Themba, Angelos and Amine K join Black Coffee in Lost Nomads

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Lost Nomads, a festival that will take place on June 11th and 12th in the impressive Agafay desert  (Morocco), offers a unique music experience. Every day, from sunset to sunrise, those attending  will enjoy  performances from great international artists.

Lost Nomads was created as a unique and magical meeting point for an exclusive community of people looking for new experiences relating to music. On June 11th and 12th, only 2000 people per day will be able to enjoy an unforgettable experience in a completely different environment – the imposing Agafay desert in Morocco. Just 40 minutes from Marrakech and with spectacular views of the majestic Atlas Mountains, the desert is the perfect backdrop to expand your senses to the beat of the most evocative electronic music. A place to reconnect with your soul.

But the captivating approach of Lost Nomads doesn’t stop there. The festival has developed an interesting social program with the objective of supporting local communities of the Agafay desert.

One such way of doing this is by establishing a nomadic souk during the festival where locals from the Atlas Mountains will be able to sell their handmade crafts, (carpets, jewellery, Argan oil, etc.).

Another is that after the event (and in collaboration with Travel Link Foundation), Lost Nomads will organise access to a medical van which will provide all members of a local village with free check-ups and pharmacy products.

This is an initiative that aims to highlight Lost Nomads’ commitment to the incredible location it’s taking place in.

Until now, only Black Coffee – who was recently awarded the Grammy for best electronic album – had been confirmed.. The South African is one of the most influential DJs and producers in the world and he will  now be joined by Themba and Angelos. Themba, in a very short period of time, has managed to create his own electronic style: a sound that doesn’t escape tradition and has its roots in African rhythms. For him, electronic music is the perfect way to mix past and present.  Angelos, from Greece, is one of the most demanded artists on the scene thanks to his characteristic Afro House style, as well as his extraordinary skills and technical abilities.  The fact that he is one of the co-creators of Global Fantasy, one of the most successful electronic brands in the world, has also contributed to this.

In addition to Black Coffee, Themba and Angelos, Sunday’s lineup also includes performances from local DJs: Nomads and SXTO.

As for Saturday, Lost Nomads is expected to release the full list of names very soon. Amine K has already been confirmed, a key artist on the Moroccan scene who is famous for testing the crowd’s stamina. . His progressive sounds are  a journey to musical depths, where the rhythm of the desert meets the roar of the city.

The first tickets to take part in this adventure are already on sale: lostnomadsfestival.com

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