A new Latino music festival is headed to Napa Valley. On Monday, BottleRock announced the stacked lineup for its first-ever Festival La Onda, which will be headlined by Maná, Fuerza Régida, Alejandro Fernandez, and Junior H. The event is set for June 1 and 2 in Napa Valley.
The festival’s lineup encompasses a wide array of genres, from Spanish rock and reggaetón to mariachi and Latin pop. Also on the lineup are reggaetonero Farruko, “Ella Baila Sola” performers Eslabón Armado, rock group Café Tacvba, cumbia legends Los Ángeles Azules, Chilean vocalist Mon Laferte, corridos singer Gabito Ballesteros, and Mexican pop star Danna Paola.
Rounding off the lineup are the likes of Yahritza y Su Esencia, La Arrolladora, Edén Muñoz, Maldita Vecindad, Gera MX, Ximena Sariñana, Siddhartha, Yng Lvcas, Silvana Estrada, and Alejandro Fernandez’s son Alex.
La Onda describes itself as the “largest Latin festival in Northern California” and will feature dance clubs, silent disco, and local and regional Latin cuisine, along with immersive activation experiences on the festival grounds.
Tickets for the two-day festival go on sale on Friday at 10 a.m. PT, with general admission tickets starting at $169, GA+ tickets at $219, and VIP entry at $389. Fans can also sign up for presale tickets, which go on sale on Wednesday.
For those looking to splurge, attendees can also purchase two higher-level VIP entries: El Mirador, which includes alcoholic beverages, lounge seating, recharge stations, and in-and-out privileges for $1,200 a person. Also available is the $3,300-worth Diamante experience, which includes backstage parking and entrance, front row and sound mix viewing areas, and complimentary cuisine and cocktails, along with spirit tasting.
Festival La Onda is being thrown by BottleRock, which hosts a yearly, 3-day festival in late May at the Napa Valley Expo. La Onda will compete with Napa’s Sabor + Ritmo fest, which featured Manuel Turizo, Banda La Adictiva, and Ángela Aguilar earlier this year.
The La Onda announcement also comes just two days after Maná headlined the Bésame Mucho Festival in Los Angeles. Los Ángeles Azules, Café Tacvba, and La Arrolladora were also featured on Bésame’s lineup.