Sueños, Vibra Urbana & More: A Guide to Latin Music Fests in 2022 (Updating)
A handful of new Latin music festivals are set to take place this year across the United States, featuring multi-genre star-studded lineups.
Reggaeton festivals such as Sueños (Ozuna, J Balvin and Farruko) and Más Flow (Ivy Queen, Don Omar) will make their debut in Chicago over the summer, while in Los Angeles, the first edition of the multi-generational Bésame Mucho is set to be headlined by a wide-ranging list of artists including Caifanes, Los Tigres del Norte and Sin Bandera.
Below is an ongoing list of Latin music festivals in the U.S. announced for 2022:
J Balvin’s Neon party returns to the Caribbean Island with a headline featuring Sech, Jowell & Randy, De La Ghetto, Ñengo Flow, Blessd, Ryan Castro, Trueno, Alex Sensation, and many more, before wrapping with a closing set by BRESH.
When: Dec. 7-11
Where: Punta Cana, The Dominican Republic
The Florida-based festival is expanding to Las Vegas with a two-day event to be headlined by Anuel AA, Rauw Alejandro, and Don Omar, and will head to Orlando in the summer and Miami in the winter.
When: April 30 – May 1
Where: Las Vegas Festival Grounds
The first-ever edition of Sueños — a new reggaeton and Latin trap festival in Chicago — will be headlined by J Balvin, Ozuna, Farruko and Wisin Y Yandel.
When: Memorial Day Weekend (May 28-29)
Where: Grant Park
Headlined by Ivy Queen, CNCO and Don Omar, this three-day reggaeton festival will take place for the first time ever in the Midwest.
When: July 15-17
Vegas Latin Summer Beach Fest
A concert series comprised of 11 shows: nine three-day beach festivals at the Mandalay Bay Beach, and two concerts at the T-Moible Arena.
When: The concert series will wrap up with a festival on July 16.
Where: T-Mobile Arena
Now in its seventh edition, the Latin alternative festival based in Chicago will be headlined by Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, with additional headliners to be announced soon.
When: Aug. 19-21
Where: Union Park
Los Tigres del Norte, Julieta Venegas, Café Tacvba, Zoé, Sin Bandera, Juanes, Banda El Recodo, and many other Latin acts are set to headline the first-ever edition of this multi-generational festival.
When: Dec. 3
Where: Dodger Stadium
Sueños, Vibra Urbana & More: A Guide to Latin Music Fests in 2022 (Updating) A handful of new Latin music festivals are set to take place this year across the United States, featuring multi-genre star-studded lineups. Reggaeton festivals such as Sueños (Ozuna, J Balvin and Farruko) and Más Flow (Ivy Queen, Don Omar) will make their…
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