The world-famous English record producer and trance DJ Paul Oakenfold would be performing at the first-ever Area 51 raid. The Area 51 raid which began as a joke on social media is set to take place on September 20.
Oakenfold’s performance would headline Friday evening. He would join some renowned ufologists and some military personnel. An exclusive screening of Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell’s “Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers” would be there before the raid. It would focus on the government’s attempt to hide extraterrestrial life.
Oakenfold would join 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 will be there along with side a huge feast. Alien-inspired experiences and all sorts of creepy and spooky stuff would be featured at the event.
Two-day passes would be available for the Storm Area 51 Basecamp festivities. Storm Area 51 Basecamp passes are worth the US $51 per person including parking and two bottles of water and a US $10 food truck voucher and a commemorative lanyard. Tickets purchased available in advance of Sept. 20-21 include an exclusive Storm Area 51 poster. A small price to pay to witness something once in a lifetime experience.
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