With its beautiful beachside locale and immaculate feel-good vibes, Baja Beach Fest provides the perfect opportunity for Latin music and reggaeton fans to see their faves. Today, BBF reveals the lineup for its 2022 festival, offering the fest’s most expansive and diverse array of talent to date. Headlined by Daddy Yankee, Anuel AA, Farruko, Maluma, Wisin y Yandel, and Banda MS, Baja Beach Fest returns to Rosarito Beach, MX on August 12th-14th, 2022 and August 19th-21st, 2022. Tickets are available now on BajaBeachFest.com.
Check out photos from the 2021 Festival HERE
For its fourth annual edition, and second as a 2-weekend event, Baja Beach Fest branches out, catering to Latin music fans of all ages and tastes. As always, BBF plays host to some of the hottest names in modern reggaeton, including headliners Anuel AA and Farruko, and heavy-hitters like Sech, Jhay Cortez, Myke Towers, Jay Wheeler, Mora, and more. The 2022 lineup adds even more to love for longtime fans of the genre, promising the first-ever BBF performance by Daddy Yankee, a headlining set from Wisin y Yandel, and sets from Arcangel and Jowell & Randy. Fans of Latin Pop can enjoy Maluma, while Dembow diehards can perfect their perreo to the sounds of El Alfa and Tokischa.
The 2022 lineup reflects the festival’s proud Mexican origins, showcasing Mexican stars from different generations in prominent timeslots. Last year, Sinaloa icons Banda MS made for one of the most memorable moments in the festival, when they took the stage along with Becky G. This year, Banda MS gets a whole headlining set to themselves, and they’re looking to bring the same energy. Baja Beach Fest 2022 also marks the Rosarito debut of Natanael Cano, one of the nation’s most promising stars, who will bring his corridos tumbados to the Playa.
Baja Beach Fest 2022 follows a massively successful 2021, headlined by Anuel AA, J Balvin, Ozuna, and Karol G, along with a red hot undercard led by Rauw Alejandro, Farruko, Jhay Cortez, Becky G, and many more. A triumphant return for live Latin Music after a long absence due to the pandemic, Baja Beach Fest 2021 overcame seemingly insurmountable obstacles to become the first Latin American music festival to return last year. In addition, BBF was the first festival in any location to be granted permission by local government to successfully and safely complete a second weekend in 2021. Earlier this month, Baja Beach Fest shared the two-part 2021 aftermovie, allowing fans to relive the event’s best moments.
Watch the Baja Beach Fest 2021 Aftermovie:
Founded by Chris Den Uijl and Aaron Ampudia as a single-day festival before expanding to two weekends in 2021, Baja Beach Fest is already an institution in global music industry, with plans of even greater expansion in the near future.
Could a stateside (maybe, lakeside?) festival be on the horizon? Stay tuned to find out which way the wind blows.
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