DGTL Tel Aviv 2017 w/ Rødhåd, Vril
05 Oct, 2017

DGTL Tel Aviv 2017 w/ Rødhåd, Vril

Hayarkon Park

Maceo Plex
Seth Troxler
Marcel Dettmann
John Talabot
Henrik Schwarz (live)
Red Axes (live)
Roman Flügel
Job Jobse b2b Jennifer Cardini
Vril (live)
Avalon Emerson
Young Marco
Autarkic (live)
Yotam Avni
Jenia Tarsol b2b Sean Doron.

On the 5th of October 2017, DGTL will descend upon one of the most progressive cities in the Middle East: Tel-Aviv. After bringing the unique festival experience to Amsterdam, Barcelona and Sao Paolo, it was time for a new city. Tel-Aviv is gaining more and more recognition for their vivid night life. Holding a couple notoriously good clubs and being the home of several internationally known DJs/producers, it was the most evident step for the organisation.

DGTL is teaming up with local promoters and clubs, to ensure a festival experience, as only they know how. The note-perfect blend of heavyweight artists and thriving talents will fulfill all your musical wishes. On the top of the bill are major-leaguer Maceo Plex, Berghain royalty Marcel Dettmann, musical mad-man Seth Troxler and Hivern Discs boss John Talabot. Other international artists joining them during the festival are Rødhåd, Henrik Schwarz, Roman Flügel, Job Jobse and Jennifer Cardini in a b2b session, VRIL [live], musical whizzkid Young Marco and rising star Avalon Emerson. Local heroes Red Axes will host a stage during the one day festival, other local talents are Autarkic, Sean Doron, Jenia Tarsol, Naduve, Uriah and Yotam Avni.

As one of the most sustainable festivals in the world, DGTL knows that they have the responsibility to keep innovating, no matter where they are. Therefor there will also be a Revolution program in Tel-Aviv, with tailored goals for the city. In the past four years, they made fundamental changes to their festival set-up and in their day-to-day activities. To push this bar even further, they search for the newest technological innovations to help reduce waste, lower CO2 emissions and increase awareness and ignite action about sustainability amongst their visitors.

Next to the music they always curate a wide variety of conceptual art performances and installations to engage their visitors, in Tel-Aviv this won’t be any different. Art at DGTL is an integral part of the overall concept: an unparalleled festival experience from which people can derive something extra. A feeling, a revelation, an idea, an inspiration.