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PAV Events Partners With Henry Cardenas’ CMN to Grow Paradise Festival to Other Markets

With the success of the one-day event selling out every year, it was only a matter of time that the producers started thinking about their expansion, to bring more artists and find a better location…

The Paradise Festival, the Latin and dance festival held as a one-day event in Cap Cana, Dominican Republic, is expanding to a two-day event Dec. 20 and 21, with a lineup that includes Bad Bunny, Maluma, Marshmello, Martin Garrix, Alan Walker, Anuel AA, and Cultura Profética.  

Formerly known as Electric Paradise, the festival launched four years ago under PAV Events but is now exanding thanks to a partnership with Cardenas Marketing Network (CMN) and No Limit Entertainment.

With the success of the one-day event selling out every year, it was only a matter of time before producers started thinking about their expansion to bring more artists and find a better location with larger capacity.

“CMN is the leader in the Latin entertainment industry in the US and a power player within LATAM and South America territory,” Pablo Pou, CEO of PAV Events tells Billboard. “Our partnership with CMN results in access to better resources, expanding our reach to markets we never thought we could reach, and takes us one step closer to bringing The Paradise to other countries, like the U.S.”


According to Pou, the festival generates around 2,500 jobs every year while supporting local businesses and helping to promote the Dominican Republic as a destination for a late-year vacation. 

“We have found the perfect partner with PAV Events,” adds Henry Cardenas, CEO of Cardenas Marketing Network. “We can develop this festival not only in the Dominican Republic but in the United States and Latin America.”


Through the years, The Paradise has been known as a multi-genre festival that showcases chart-topping artists in a setting with immersive technology that allows attendees to spend their time on the grounds creating memories, enjoying beaches and good music.

The Paradise Music & Arts is set to hit Cap Cana on December 20 and 21, see the full lineup below.

Bad Bunny


Alan Walker


Anuel AA

Bob Moses ?




Cultura Profética

Javiera Mena ?

Jon Z

Los Wálters

Madeon (Dj Set)

Marco Carola?

Monsieur Perine


Steve Aoki

Tchami ?

Timmy Trumpet  

Trending Tropics

Tyga ?

Vicente Garcia

Years & Years ?? 


Caleb Calloway

Letón Pé  

Lui Flores


Natalia Roth?

Martin Domene

Miguel Duarte

Solo Fernández?? 

@ Electric Paradise Stage Hosted By Rumors?:


Acid Mondays

Bill Patrick

Birds Of Mind

David Squallice Dubfire

Guy Gerber

Jamie Jones

Kaz James

Nic Fanciulli