Source: Audible Treats
Bringing immaculate vibes and incredible music to Rosarito Beach, MX for over half a decade, Baja Beach Fest is an institution on the West Coast. Today, the Reggaeton and Latin Music festival announces their fifth festival, returning to the beaches of the Pacific this summer. This year’s edition of Baja Beach Fest is a celebration of the event’s 5th Anniversary, saluting the festival’s evolution from a single-day blowout to internationally renowned festival. With a lineup to be revealed soon, Baja Beach Fest returns August 11-13, 2023.
Presale tickets for BBF 2023 are available at 12pm PST on February 28th. Register HERE to get earliest access to lineup and ticket information, plus more.
Along with the announcement of the dates, the festival prepares to drop the Aftermovie for Baja Beach Fest 2022. Last year’s festival offered BBF’s most expansive and diverse array of talent to date, with headliners including Daddy Yankee, Anuel AA, and Farruko, plus Mexican talent including Banda MS and Natanael Cano. The 2022 Aftermovie allows fans to relive the festival’s best moments, set to some of the biggest hits performed at the year’s festival.
Founded by Chris Den Uijl and Aaron Ampudia of La Familia Presenta as a single-day festival before expanding to two weekends in 2021, Baja Beach Fest is an institution in the global music industry. In 2022, La Familia Presenta branched out, founding the brand new Sueños Festival in Chicago and recruiting headliners like Ozuna and Wisin Y Yandel to perform.
Baja Beach Fest 2023 is on track to be a special edition of the festival, promising a single weekend epic enough to salute the festival’s five-year history. Stay tuned for more announcements.