Making its debut at LA Waterfront's Berth 46 Harbor on August 19th and August 20th, the debut installation of Insomniac's latest festival Interstellar will provide fans with a fresh assortment of music from melodic techno, progressive and deep house. A collaboration between Insomniac's trance brand Dreamstate and Latin America's premier dance brand Zamna, the two teams have curated a lineup including Lane 8, Yotto, WhoMadeWho, Sasha & John Digweed, Mathame, Bob Moses, Mind Against, and more that reflect the world-class artistry and musical experience that Zamna Festival is
globally known for.
Check out the below for EARMILK's 5 Acts Not To Miss at the debut edition of Interstellar this weekend.
Celebrating the release of their debut album Memo via Astralwerks, the Mathame brothers have been touring their new AV production nonstop. With their last Southern California date being Coachella this past April, Interstellar will warmly welcome the pairing to the Ascension Stage
Fresh off the launch of their record imprint HABITAT, Mind Against has spent the year gracing the stages of numerous international Afterlife flagship events as well as developing their own brand with the new label. Sure to bring a moody, brooding set to Interstellar on Sunday August 20th at the Horizon Stage, the duo is one not to miss on a rare SoCal performance.
Hard at work in the wake of his 2023 album Growth, Yotto makes a swift return to SoCal after his latest performance at The Vermont. His ever-evolving blend of deep progressive never fails to disappoint and always offers fans something different from set to set. Catch him at the Horizon Stage presented by ZAMNA on Saturday August 19th.
Also hard at work on building their own label Time Machine, Agents of Time is set to bring a dynamic, fervent live techno set to Interstellar on Saturday, August 19th. Following a show-stopping performance at Tomorrowland this past month, their Interstellar set is sure to steal the show.
Having also played this year's EDC Las Vegas as well as a host of international tour dates through the year, German duo Township Rebellion is set to bring their dynamic take on brooding melodic techno to the Interstellar stage on Sunday, August 20th.
Since Zamna Festival’s inception in 2017, its annual gathering in Tulum has become a must-attend event for music enthusiasts from around the world, who unite to celebrate the best of dance music in the mesmerizing Mexican paradise. Set against the backdrop of ancient Mayan ruins in the picturesque Yucatán Peninsula, Zamna Festival has integrated the local Mayan culture and traditions into the immersive jungle experience that goes beyond just the music. Building on the undeniable success of previous Zamna editions in cities like Barcelona, Madrid, Miami, New York, São Paulo, Tel Aviv, Zamna’s first Southern California appearance at Interstellar Festival promises to be an oasis of allure, featuring top-tier musical performances, unparalleled production with customized lighting, state-of-the-art sound design, and immersive visual installations.
The full Interstellar lineup, and single and two-day tickets can be viewed and purchased at Interstellar Festival's website.