The boiling-hot trap-soul witch from Manchester lands in the festival in her prime, after a summer full of the biggest festivals (Glastonbury, Lollapalooza and Sziget). The 23 year-old IAMDDB (Diana de Brito) of Portuguese-Angolan heritage, stands in the frontline of a new wave of artists reviving and redefining British hip-hop.
The godfather of Israeli alternative music that brought the edge into Israeli mainstream. Even after 40 years of making music, he’s still fresh, creating and developing new music.
The Haim sisters haven’t looked back since their unforgettable show in the festival 5 years ago and have since conquered every possible stage around the world. Now they are back to come full circle at Mitzpe Gvulot with a new album - “Bayti Fi Rasi” (My Home is in My Head).
Caribbean-space-Afro-disco might be the closest way to define the hot Dutch gang that elegantly incorporates every Caribbean/Afro/Latin musical genre. The gang will make the Negev Desert a bouncing Caribbean oasis.
A living legend landing in Mizpe Gvulot all the way from Kingston, Jamaica! One of the founding fathers of roots reggae, an unstoppable sound around the world in the last five decades. Even at 74, Max Romeo doesn’t stop and is expected to release an album this upcoming year filled with messages of peace and brotherhood.
Among the top artist in the Israeli beats scene, featuring Echo. After listening to their new single we can't wait for this hot feature.
A highly appreciated veteran in Israeli music, born and raised around the block from Mitzpe Gvulot with music that might just be the soundtrack of a whole region. Back to the festival with a band of eleven, for a new and very-much anticipated show.
The glam-punk-stoner-vibez project straight out of Udi Naor’s oven, The Angelcy’s drummer, who released a hypnotizing EP this past year. A show that's just one long trip of a complete hipster.
The Belgian-Nigerian power-trio is part of the beautiful wave of Tuareg music taking over the world. With their new album, "Black Tenere", it seems like no one could better bring the Saharan blues to the Israeli Negev desert.
The punk sensation that made us look for our old Panini's football cards in our parents’ houses. Plenty of dust in the air expected all along the show.
Back to the core.
We had quite a challenging year that brought with it plenty of insight, the type of insight that made us take a step back, ask the fundamental question of what makes us put our time and effort into this festival year after year; find out what stands behind this movement - inDnegev - that keeps evolving and growing; and give thanks to the community surrounding this beautiful phenomenon.
This year we’re back to our beloved Mizpe Gvulot with a reinforced international line-up, the fruit of the collaboration with the production company of Shuki Weiss.New shows and sound stages will pop up, the electronic music stage is growing and expanding, the audience won’t be able to help getting lost between the different art works and installations, and plenty more surprises yet to come.
We invite you to join us in our music and art asylum-city in the sands. A place where creativity, freedom and happiness are well-known companions, that stick with us even after the concerts are over, a place where we create the reality in which we all would like to live together.
Like the phoenix, we will return and stick another rod in the building of Israeli culture, in celebration of the wonderful music and art independently created and bubbling here.