The Baja Peninsula‘s summer season is the ideal getaway for beach lovers. While it’s always a good idea to head south of the border to enjoy the peninsula’s glorious beaches and seemingly endless sunshine, summer promises a wealth of festivals and beachside events like Baja Beach Fest. Located on the beaches of Rosarito, the fest will feature upwards of 15-plus music performers and will be headlined this year by Cardi B. Reserve your tickets to the fest and make plans to be in Rosarito from August 16-18 so you can enjoy this celebrated music festival on the beach.
About the Rosarito Baja Beach Fest
The Baja Beach Fest is a lively music festival that is especially known for its Latin and Reggae performances. The fest attracts throngs of music lovers to the shores of the Pacific. There are loads of vendors at the fest that sell a wide array of food and drink. To get in, you’ll need a ticket and will have to present your ID or passport. Tickets and VIP tickets sell out quickly so be sure to reserve your spot as soon as possible.
Music on the Beach
Cardi B is the headliner for the 2019 Baja Beach Fest, but there are many other performers scheduled to appear including: Bad Bunny, Ozuna, J Balvin, Cazzu, DJ Africa, Alex Rose, Brytiago, De L Ghetto, Jowell y Randy, DJ Luian, DJ C, DJ Susie, Natalia & Esther, DJ Lano, Sergio Elias, Lyanno, and Sergio Elias. This year’s event is set to be larger than last year’s fest. There’ll be plenty of singing and dancing to enjoy.
The Baja Beach Fest isn’t the only draw for Rosarito. If you can stay in town longer, you’ll have plenty to enjoy. Rosarito Beach is famous for its beauty. Spend your days swimming, beach combing, or relaxing in the sand. At night, the town’s nightclubs and bars beckon. There are both upscale and cost-effective eateries to check out. If you’re looking for a special place to hang your hat, consider a room at the famous Rosarito Beach Hotel.
Before heading across the border, remember to procure your Mexico driving insurance if you’re planning to drive your vehicle into Mexico. You’ll also need to have a Mexico tourist card if you’re planning to stay
more than a few hours in Mexico. Remember, Baja Beach Fest tickets are popular, so be sure to procure yours right away so you don’t miss out on the beachside fun this August.