Following their successful debut earlier this year in Barbados, Vujaday Music Festival has continued the rollout for the second edition and have announced their stacked phase two lineup. Vujaday 2019 will take place from April 3-7 at different venues all across the stunning Caribbean island. This will give attendees the chance to take in a new experience and venue each day while exploring the island.
With their phase two lineup, Vujaday has announced new additions to the 2019 experience including sets from the iconic London based producer and Crosstown Rebels founder Damian Lazarus, German “Super House” duo andhim, New York-based DJ and Grammy-nominated record producer Danny Tenaglia, a solo set from Pony of Vujaday 2018 standouts The Fitness & Pony, Bay area veteran Papa Lu, global DJ and current Hong-Kong native Gaby Endo, and NYC deep house producer Roger Silver.
The phase one lineup for Vujaday includes legendary Welsh DJ and producer Sasha, a DJ set from iconic Canadian electronic duo Bob Moses, Detroit house and techno staple Moodymann, All Day I Dream founder Lee Burridge, a live performance from the Detroit based sibling duo Octave One, Vivrant label founder and renowned Swedish musician Jeremy Olander, Brooklyn house duo Bedouin, Life and Death founder DJ Tennis, Berlin house aficionado YokoO, members of the fan-favorite Desert Hearts collective Mikey Lion and Lee Reynolds, American production duo and Crew Love members Soul Clap, Women on Wax founder DJ Minx, Sheik ‘N’ Beik founder Rechulski, respected Toronto resident Nitin, and fellow Toronto native and now Barcelona-based DJ Jade.
More artists will be added to the final lineup as the festival nears closer, which will include more artists from Barbados and the Caribbean. Vujaday will also be announcing what venues they will be taking over shortly, and will be hosting a new daytime party series for the first time this year. Details regarding this exciting new addition to the already jam-packed Vujaday experience will be announced soon.
Venue highlights from last year included Bellevue Plantation, a 100-acre property built in 1735 that included a pool, polo fields, and lush gardens surrounding the property. Another favorite was Cornwall House, which allowed those in attendance to witness a breathtaking sunrise while overlooking the gorgeous Eastern Coast of Barbados. Other venues were located directly on the beach and gave those in attendance the chance to sink their feet in the sand throughout the event.
With its dedication to providing attendees with an experience they’ve never seen or felt before, Vujaday pulls all the stops to create an unforgettable journey for attendees. The event spans over the course of five days, allowing festival-goers to be fully immersed into the culture of Barbados while traveling throughout the island to experience the unique venues that Vujaday takes place at.
Tickets for 2019 are currently on sale and can be purchased here. Early bird tickets have already sold out. More info about travel and additional details can be found on the Vujaday website, and you can watch their 2018 aftermovie to get a better taste of what the festival has to offer.