Where to Enjoy Latin Music Before the Year Ends

Gizelle Hernandez 
Anuel AA photographed on April 24, 2019 at The Venetian in Las Vegas. 

The year is almost over, but there’s still time to enjoy Latin music. Believe it or not, there are still a few Latin festivals left where you can enjoy the best Latin music before 2019 is through.  And, actually, there are  two music festivals that are standing out because they give the audience an unique experience joining Latin artists with mainstream.

Find the full list below:

Wonderfront Music Festival in San Diego

Nov 22-24

Once again, Wonderfront Festival is taking place in San Diego, CA to offer fans an unique experience with over 95 artists across a variety of genres including rock, indie rock, electronic, hip-hop, latin, reggae, and punk.

Lineup: Nicky Jam, Los Angeles Azules, Don Omar, Tucanes de Tijuana, Zion & Lennox, Banda Los Sebastianes, CNCO, Jhay Cortez, Reykon, Ximena Sariñana, Frankie J, Victoria La Mala, Chesca, and Nohemy, among others

The Paradise Music & Arts Festival in Cap Cana, Dominican Republic

Dec. 21 & 22

The Paradise Music & Arts is set for a two-day (Dec. 20-21) music celebration mixing Latin, Dance and Hip Hop artists in Dominican Republic.  The Paradise is a three-stage festival with a  line-up that includes , Bad Bunny, Maluma, Anuel AA, and Tyga, among others. Previously known as Electric Paradise, for this year event, PAV Events partnered with Cardenas Marketing Network (CMN) and No Limit Entertainment to expand the festival to two days.    See full lineup below.

Lineup: Bad Bunny, Marshmello, Maluma, Martin Garrix, Tyga,Anuel Aa - Bob Moses, Brooks, Cazzu, Cray, Cultura Profética, Javiera Mena, Jon Z, Los Wálters, Monsieur Perine, Rawayana, Steve Aoki


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