On Saturday, February 11, Dennis Cruz, Andrea Oliva, Apache, and Cuartero will perform at the exclusive festival on the incredible beaches of Dubai.
Black Coffee, Agoria, Themba, Angelos and Amine K (among others) were at the first, sold out, edition which took place in a secret location in the Agafay desert in Morocco.
Lost Nomads Festival offers an electronic music experience that is rarely seen. It is a meeting point where those attending can expand their senses in some amazing locations around the world. The first edition took place last June in a secret location in the Agafay desert (Morocco). Its line-up included Black Coffee, Agoria, Themba, Angelos and Amine K (among others) and it was a resounding success. Now, Lost Nomads has taken the leap and will be landing in Dubai.
The chosen date is Saturday, February 11th and the location is Soul Beach Dubai. It is one of the most exclusive beach clubs and restaurants in the country which is located on a paradisiacal beach bathed by crystal clear waters and white sand. As for the lineup, Lost Nomads has not lowered the bar and will feature the best of contemporary electronic music: Dennis Cruz, Andrea Oliva, Apache, and Cuartero.
Dennis Cruz is one of the most important pillars of the underground electronic music community. His sessions and unique style are always an exciting musical journey full of freshness. Andrea Oliva is a key artist on the Ibizan scene and is characterized by his desire to explore the possibilities of electronic music. His ability to push and experiment with his music has made him one of the most in-demand artists in the world. Apache is the instigator of the new movement known as Spiritual House. His sound is inspired by the cradle of civilization and effectively fuses almost any existing genre – although his specialty is Ethnic Deep House and Slow Techno. And finally Cuartero, whose hallmark is Groove & Bass, is one of the most representative DJs on the Spanish electronic scene. New sounds and textures drive his musical creations.