Get Lost Miami to Celebrate 13th Edition with Damian Lazarus, Black Coffee, & More!

Get Lost Miami 2018

If you’re heading to Miami Music Week and love house and techno, Get Lost Miami needs to be on your radar!

Over the past thirteen years, the Crosstown Rebels party in Miami has become renowned for bringing some high-quality talent in the house and techno scene for a party like none other. Hosted during Miami Music Week this year on March 24, Get Lost Miami is set on giving fans of the underground genres a different experience than what most would find at parties in the city or at Ultra Music Festival.

Featuring three stages alongside plenty of art installations and performers, Get Lost Miami stands out among the rest during the week’s festivities. Carrying the theme of “Lost Mythical Cities” this year, expect to find an adventurous atmosphere and maybe even some secret spaces as well.

This year’s edition won’t sway from the realm of quality artists, as Lazarus has assembled over forty acts that will surely get the dancefloors going both day and night. Of course, you can expect nothing but greatness from Damian Lazarus, but also sticking out as special is Seth Troxler‘s Special Extended 5-Hour Opening Set as well at 5am.

Notable artists taking the stage at the event include everyone from Carl Craig and DJ Tennis to Kölsch and Guy Gerber. Legendary artists who helped pave the way for the scene as we know it today like DJ Sneak, Doc Martin, and Felix Da Housecat will also be present and spinning some infectious sets as well.

Starting at $65+fees for Pre-Sunrise Entry, regular tickets for entry after 7:07am begin at $70+fees. For those looking to skip the line or have an enhanced experience, XXTRA LOST tickets are available for $125+fees.

Tickets are available and will be moving quickly, grab them now via!

Get Lost Miami 2018 Lineup:

Get Lost Miami 2018 Lineup

Get Lost Miami 2018 Lineup By Artist:

  • &ME
  • Archie Hamilton
  • Arthur Baker feat. Rockers Revenge (Live)
  • Atish
  • Audiofly
  • Audiojack
  • Bedouin
  • Behrouz
  • Bill Patrick
  • Black Coffee
  • Blond:ish
  • Bontan
  • Carl Craig
  • Cassy
  • Damian Lazarus
  • Dance Spirit (Live)
  • Davi (Live)
  • Davide Squillace HiFi
  • Denney
  • Dennis Ferrer
  • Dewalta
  • DJ Sis
  • DJ Sneak
  • DJ Tennis
  • DJ Three
  • Doc Martin
  • Ellen Allien
  • Felix Da Housecat
  • Francesca Lombardo
  • Fur Coat
  • Guy Gerber
  • Joeski
  • Kenny Glasgow
  • Kerri Chandler
  • Kölsch
  • La Fleur
  • Magit Cacoon
  • Nico Stojan
  • Nicolas Matar
  • Pale Blue (Live)
  • Patrice Baumel
  • Rowee
  • Serge Devant
  • Soul Clap
  • Subb-an
  • Thugfucker
  • Vision Quest
  • Wizardy
  • Special Extended 5 AM Opening Set by Seth Troxler

Connect with Crosstown Rebels on Social Media:

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | SoundCloud | YouTube

Connect with Get Lost on Social Media:

Facebook | Facebook Event Page

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