We can’t wait to welcome our beloved DGTL family back to DGTL Tel Aviv. Please find our FAQ below. Didn’t find the answers to your questions? You can reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DATE AND TIME
DGTL Tel Aviv 2022 takes place on October 10 between 16.00 and 23.00.
The last tickets are now available via Eventer. If you have problems with your tickets please contact Eventer.
We return to our beloved Ganei Yehoshua park.
HOW TO GET THERE
The drop off for taxi’s is at the petrol station Rokach Boulevard.
Note that due to the national Holiday there won’t be public transport available during the day. From 21:00 on, trains will be moving again. Several bus lines stop close to the entrance as well as the University train station. You can check MOOVEIT, Google Maps or Waze for exact directions.
There are several parking lots close to the venue: Shlomo Siket, Kfar Maccabiah, University parking, Yarkon Park, Korchar, Ramat Gan stadium.
An even more convenient and sustainable way to come to the festival is with Yango Wind! Yango Wind connects riders with e-scooters. Avoid the traffic and access more areas while enjoying the fresh air!
Are you safety conscious? They are, too! That’s why Yango Wind comes with modern helmets that are easy to use.
Let the wind blow through your hair on your next Yango Wind ride to DGTL festival and back home. Use promo code DGTL2022 (works via Yango App only) for 30% discount on 3 rides*.
*Note: to activate the promo code, open the scooters section in the app and enter the promo code there. If you go to the main menu, you’ll receive an error. The promo code may be activated from October 10 to October 16, 2022, and is valid for a week after activation.
It’s in DGTL’s DNA to care about sustainability and keeping our festival clean. To do so, you will pay a small deposit for your drink-cups and beer bottles. When these cups and/or bottles are returned at the bar the paid deposit will be distracted on the following order.
There will be trash bins all around the festival site as well as in the surroundings of the festival. At the festival we will separate all the waste. We would appreciate your cooperation on this. Please don’t take any bottles, cans or foods with you to the festival, it is not allowed and causes more garbage. Let’s keep the neighborhood clean together.
At DGTL Tel Aviv you can pay by card or cash.
Cigarettes will be sold at the event.
You are allowed to enter the festival with a gopro, but you’re not allowed to bring a selfiestick. You are also allowed to bring your own camera but not a reflex one.
From all this dancing you’ll bound to get hungry at one point. We have some good news: we are going completely vegetarian this year, meaning we’ll offer delicious vegetarian dishes at our foodcourt. By doing this, we produce significantly less greenhouse gas emissions than we do when serving meat. No worries, you won’t miss out on taste. We also selll gluten free options.
DGTL strives to make its events accessible to all visitors with a disability. Please do keep in mind some parts of the event are on grass.
There will be drinking water at all toilet areas.
There have been some changes in our line-up. Folamour and Paramida won’t be joining us in Ganei Yehoshua this Monday due to health reasons. We hope they feel better soon! Roi Perez will take his slot for a solo set. Folamour will be replaced by an impressive back to back set by Chaim and Jenia Tarsol. See our updated timetable here.
You can find our floorplan here.
COMPENSATE YOUR CO2 EMISSION TO DGTL
At DGTL we are highly aware of our environmental impacts. All year round, DGTL searches for the latest technological breakthroughs to close material loops. DGTL is a living lab for future city innovations, leaving behind a structural trace. If you want to join us in our mission for a better world, you can compensate your means of travel to the festival by clicking here.
We strive to create an environment in which a person can feel confident that they will not be exposed to discrimination, criticism, harassment, or any form of emotional or physical harm. To support us in establishing this new frontier, we partnered up with Rave Scout Cookies to develop our Festival Ethics:
Harassment free space
By confronting harassment in real-time, and encouraging a consent culture, we prevent harm.
Together we can create a socially conscious dance floor.
We want our community to be able to celebrate safely by promoting harm reduction.
At DGTL, we believe in:
- A dance floor for all
- A place to feel comfortable and free
- Exploring a curiosity for electronic music, art, and culture
- A sustainable future
A safer dance floor is a collective effort. Help us create an environment free from harassment, racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, and sexism.
- Minimum age: 20+
- Bring a valid ID
- Opening hours: 16:00 – 23:00
- It’s not necessary to print out your tickets, you can show these at the entrance on your phone
- It’s mandatory to always follow orders of services and police if needed
- There will be no lockers or wardrobe present
- You can pay by card or cash
- Cigarettes will be sold at the event
- Food and drinks will be available at the festival site
- We have a zero-tolerance policy for harddrugs
- There will be drinking water at all toilet areas
- Lost something? There’s a lost & found on our festival site