TULUM, Q. Roo — Mayan Madness Electronic Music Festival is an international world-class entertainment event that will take place Saturday March 26th on the beach known as Caleta Tankah, in Tulum, Quintana Roo.
It is expected to be one of the best events of its kind in the year, featuring a lengthy lineup of renowned electronic music artists that include Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Bsno Lovesounds and Arturo Maia, the violinist and producer of DJ Mariana BO, W&W, Jorge Nava and Holland’s Sander van Doom.
Calet Tankah in Tulum, is one of the most beautiful natural stages to ever host an electronic music festival, where the audience will be able to feel the vibe and connect with mother nature at the same time they enjoy the performance of some of the most prominent DJs in the world.
The main event of the evening will be Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike; the celebrated DJs who have been dominating the electronic music scene in a constant, upward trajectory. 2015 saw the duo claim the prestigious #1 position in DJ Mag Top 100 DJs Poll, voted for by fans worldwide and smashing records as the first ever duo to scoop the prize.
Whether wreaking havoc across Europe, Asia, Australia, North or South America, ripping up the music charts with immense studio releases, cutting huge remixes for the A-list elite or playing their part in the incredible rise of the Belgian mega-festival Tomorrowland, the award-winning brotherly duo have now become the most important electronic music artists in the world.
During its third annual edition, Mayan Madness Electronic Music Festival will feature an arts and crafts shopping area along with different art performances by local artists as an important part of the event.
Tickets for this upcoming event can be purchased through Ticketmaster and varying outlets around Merida and Playa del Carmen. VIP tickets as well as general admission tickets are available.
Mayan Madness is produced by Telehit, Televisa Networks and Traktor Productions and promises to be one of the most important events in the Riviera Maya this year. So, if you like electronic music, you better save the date.