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Karol G, Ozuna, J Balvin and more in Rosarito for Baja Beach Fest 2021

Find out all the details of the music festival that celebrates reggaeton and Latin culture in Rosarito Beach

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For the third time, and after more than a year without massive events in Baja California, Mexicans and tourists will be able to enjoy Baja Beach Fest2021 in Rosarito Beach. Yes you read that right, the best of reggaeton and Latin music are back to these Mexican beaches, starting August 13th of this year, confirmed the organizers of the event.

As it is known, the event is divided into two weekends, the first one, which starts Friday August 13th to Sunday August 15th, is already sold out (both general and VIP tickets); however for week two, from August 20th to 22nd, there are still tickets available.

According to Baja Beach Fest's official website, the general admission ticket, which costs $329 dollars, includes: admission to all three days of the festival, access to General Areas at the Festival, concerts by more than 25 reggaeton and Latin music artists, as well as access to parties before the main event at Bombay all weekend long.

The VIP ticket, at a cost of $449 dollars, includes: admission to all three days of the festival, full access to the entire festival (General Areas + VIP), concerts by more than 25 reggaeton and Latin music artists, access to parties before the main event at Papas & Beer all weekend, as well as VIP entrance to the after party at Papas & Beer with performances by artists every night (Friday through Sunday).

Which artists are set to get hundreds dancing while enjoying the beach, sun and sand?
Among those confirmed are Karol G, Anuel AA, J Balvin, Ozuna, Farruko, Guaynaa, Becky G, Rauw Alejandro, Mike Towers, DJ Luian and more.

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Although Baja California is currently under the green coloration of the epidemiological traffic light chart for COVID-19, massive events are allowed but only if the State Secretariat of Health verifies and authorizes the health and safety protocols; it is not yet known what prevention measures will be implemented in this event. To stay updated you can follow Baja Beach Fest on their official media, or through their Facebook event.


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