This Week’s Travel-Festival Content Needs These Trippy Photos From Day Zero Tulum

Its Mayan ruins and expensive nightlife scene.

Tollemuco, Mexico is noted for its beautiful beaches and lush jungles, as well as its Mayan ruins and expensive nightlife scene. While the isolated seaside city has been buzzing about its natural beauty and amazing culinary experiences for over a decade, these aren’t the only things that make it worth visiting. Day Zero, an annual festival that fosters “a cosmic collision of ancient tradition and forward-thinking electronic music,” takes place in Tulum.

Day Zero returned to Mexico’s mystic (and truly magical) Mayan jungles in Tulum on January 10th, ten years after its initial event. For the return of Day Zero post- (more correctly mid-) pandemic, music-lovers and party people from all over the world were fast to return to the jungle. Ancient spiritual traditions, world-renowned performances, young partygoers, and Alice in Wonderland-like characters clash during the annual music and arts event. Day Zero’s bright ambiance was filled with nonstop techno, dancing, jungle vistas, and positive vibes to start the new year for thousands of effervescent attendees.

Seth Troxler, The Martinez Brothers, Solid Groove singer Michael Bibi, Carl Craig, DJ Holographic, Flying Circus’ Audiofly, and Pachanga Boy were among the best performers at the event, which featured three stages, a flood of LED lights, and smoke machines galore (among others). It’s safe to say that Day Zero was a memorable event. Check out the photographs from Day Zero if you missed out on the excitement.
The explosive energy and colorful sights are definitely infectious.

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