Baja Beach Fest 2023 announced its official 2023 lineup and it is fire!
Being that the festival is celebrating its fifth anniversary, it is going big. They brought out some of Latin music fans’ favorite names such as Tego Calderon, Don Omar, and Wisin y Yandel. Well, in other words, they are allowing attendees to enjoy the OGs, the legends, of reggaeton, which, without a doubt will incur a copious amount of nostalgia. Besides the nostalgia, it is a chance to perrear to la vieja escuela in person. Que emoción!
The festival is also being graced by modern superstars such as Colombian reggaetonero Feid, who is headlining the festival for the first time. Nicky Jam, Ozuna, and Grupo Firme are also headlining.
Though there’s a lot of focus on the artists that are headlining, let’s not forget about the other musicians who made the list. They, too, can deliver a hell of a show. After all, Tokischa, El Alfa, Young Miko, Ryan Castro, Blessd, Arcangel, Becky G, Ivy Queen, and so many more are in the mix. It’s going to be a party from start to finish – sin parar.
Taking place on the beaches of Rosarito in Mexico on August 11th-13th, Baja Beach Fest is starting a new tradition. They are now presenting a “special Sunday set,” which will be led by Grupo Firme this year.
Baja Beach Fest is a force to be reckoned with
Baja Beach Fest started as a single-day event in 2018 and it has now become one of the most sought-after festivals in the world. However, the three-day festival is more than a party – it is a celebration of the Latino/e culture and its music.
In an attempt to remind people of all the fun they can have at the festival, they released the official after-movie from BBF 2022. In the movie, people can enjoy sets by Daddy Yankee, Farruko, Natanael Cano, and more. It definitely is a great way to hype people for Baja Beach Fest 2023.
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