BAJA BEACH FEST
Launched in 2018 at bohemian paradise Papas and Beer, Baja Beach in Rosarito (about an hour south of the Tijuana border crossing) has grown rapidly year over year as a popular weekend getaway from Los Angeles and San Diego. With headliners primarily in the fast-growing Latin trap and reggaetón music scenes, the three-day festival (which takes place over two weekends) quickly sells out every year thanks to founders Chris Den Uijl and Aaron Ampudia and their passionate fans willing to make the trek through Baja California.
The reggaeton takeover at Chicago's Grant Park highlights the Latin community in the Windy city with good music and curated local Latin food vendors. The first year of the festival hosted artists from the likes of Ozuna, Farruko, J Balvin and Wisin & Yandel. Other notable artists on the lineup include Sech, Myke Towers, Jhay Cortez, and El Alfa. With over 40,000 attendees the first year, Sueños has established itself as one of the largest latin festivals in the world.
Mexico, get ready because we are back and bigger than ever. In its fifth edition, Coca-Cola Flow Fest 2022 once again takes control of Mexico City and grows in every way. Expanding its borders, the Coca-Cola Flow Fest 2022 will bring the best exponents of the genre; and on its fifth anniversary, it becomes a two-day festival. Pay attention to the news that we will give, because surprises are coming that will blow your mind. Reggaeton, dembow, trap, hip hop, romantiqueo, sandungueo and more. This festival will make you break the ground with the whole corillo. The people asked for it and the people rule, so this year there will be two days: November 26 and 27 at the legendary Hermanos Rodríguez Autodrome.