Trance Artist, Paul Oakenfold, To Headline Storm Area 51 Basecamp

World-renowned DJ, recording artist, producer, and electronic dance music pioneer Paul Oakenfold will appear at the first-ever Storm Area 51 Basecamp experience at the Alien Research Center on the Extraterrestrial Highway for one night only on September 20, 2019. 

Oakenfold’s performance will headline Friday evening following an exclusive screening of Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell’s hit Netflix documentary “Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers.” Corbell is helping curate the desert experience, delivering an event for both believers and the uninitiated to have a place to come together, learn more and celebrate the global cultural movement calling for greater transparency around what many believe to be decades of government secrecy surrounding UFO technology.

Oakenfold recently hinted at a first in Trance music history that he was aiming to be a part of, but was vague during that conversation.

Oakenfold joins a lineup of previously announced experiences, including exclusive screenings and appearances by the cast of Corbell’s documentary, expert speakers and ufologists including Ken Layne, “UFO Jane” Kyle, Retired USAF Master Sergeant Jim Goodall, Rick Doty, “Rogue Warrior” Dick Marcinko and more. Live music, food trucks, art installations, and Alien-inspired experiences are also featured at the weekend event.

One-day and two-day passes are available for the Storm Area 51 Basecamp festivities.

A limited number of on-site accommodations are still available for those seeking to attend both days.

Accommodation types include tent sites for campers and RV parking.

Storm Area 51 Basecamp passes are $51 per person and include parking, two bottles of water, a $10 food truck voucher and a commemorative lanyard. 

Tickets purchased in advance of Sept. 20-21 include an exclusive Storm Area 51 keepsake poster. 

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