Get Lost Miami Reveals Lineup for 2022 Edition

Get Lost Miami 2019
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DJ Tennis, Dubfire, Doc Martin, Hot Since 82, TOKiMONSTA, Maceo Plex, and more are set to play the 15th Anniversary of Get Lost Miami.


It’s been far too long since house and techno lovers have been able to dance the day and night away at Get Lost Miami. After announcing their 15th-anniversary edition back in 2020, it was postponed much like every other festival on the planet due to the ongoing pandemic. But 2022 has brought renewed energy into the world and now, Crosstown Rebels and Space Invaders are teaming up so Get Lost Miami can roar back in style.

Set to take place at Factory Town on Saturday, March 26, Get Lost Miami is laying its claim as one of the best parties to check out during Miami Music Week this year. While past experiences have spoken for themselves, the upcoming edition is bringing the heat with one of the biggest lineups to date that includes major names like Hot Since 82, Danny Tenaglia, Damian Lazarus, Maceo Plex, Tiga, DJ Tennis, Carl Craig, and Seth Troxler.

Some of the sets that attendees simply won’t want to miss when attending Get Lost Miami range from a special b2b featuring Nicole Moudaber and Sama Abhulhadi to the Desert Hearts takeover that will bring Mikey Lion, Lee Reynolds, Marbs, and Porky to the stage. Additional sets that shouldn’t be slept on include the ones from Francesca Lombardo, AMÉMÉ, TOKiMONSTA, and the Art Department reunion performance featuring Jonny White and Kenny Glasgow.

Tickets for Get Lost Miami 2022 are on sale now. Head over to DICE to make your purchase because you won’t want to miss out on this massive edition!


Get Lost Miami 2022 Lineup:

Get Lost Miami 2022 Lineup

Get Lost Miami 2022 – Lineup By Artist:

  • AMALGAMATION SOUND SYSTEM
  • AMÉMÉ
  • ART DEPARTMENT (JONNY WHITE AND KENNY GLASSGOW)
  • AUDIOFLY
  • AUDIOJACK
  • BARTOLOMEO
  • BEDOUIN
  • CARL CRAIG
  • CARLITA
  • CHLOÉ CAILLET
  • CRISTINA LAZIC
  • DAMIAN LAZARUS
  • DANNY DAZE
  • DANNY TENAGLIA
  • DAVI (LIVE)
  • DENNEY
  • DENNIS CRUZ
  • DESERT HEARTS (MIKEY LION • LEE REYNOLDS • MARBS • PORKY)
  • DJ HOLOGRAPHIC
  • DJ TENNIS
  • DJ THREE
  • DOC MARTIN
  • DUBFIRE
  • ELIF
  • FELIX DA HOUSECAT
  • FRANCESCA LOMBARDO
  • FRANCISCO ALLENDES
  • GOLDCAP
  • GUY LALIBERTÉ
  • HARRY ROMERO
  • HOT SINCE 82
  • IDA ENGBERG
  • JENIA TARSOL
  • JOESKI
  • JONNY ROCK
  • KEMIKAL ALI
  • KEVIN KNAPP
  • LAYLA BENITEZ
  • MAGIT CACOON
  • MAJOR LAZER SOUND SYSTEM
  • MARBS
  • MATHAME
  • METRIKA
  • MIKEY LION
  • MUSTAFA ISMAEEL
  • NICK WARREN
  • NICOLE MOUDABER
  • OONA DAHL
  • PORKY
  • REBOLLEDO
  • RYAN CROSSON
  • RONY SEIKALY
  • SALOMÉ LE CHAT
  • SAMA ABDULHADI
  • SENZALA
  • SERGE DEVANT
  • SETH TROXLER
  • SHAUN REEVES
  • SOUL CLAP
  • TIBI DABO
  • TIGA
  • TOKIMONSTA
  • TOTALLY ENORMOUS EXTINCT DINOSAURS
  • VISIONQUEST (SHAUN REEVES – RYAN CROSSON – LEE CURTISS)
  • YULIA NIKO

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