Speak about Tulum is to make reference to one of the most exotic and magical places of the indigenous culture.
It is here where SOUND TULUM Music Event is born and born as a unique and exceptional event due to the fact that it is celebrated in an extraordinary geographical point that will position Mexico in the epicenter of electronic music.
SOUND TULUM is the point of union and harmony between promoters, artists and brands of the underground electronic music industry worldwide.
And this year won’t be the exception, since Tulúm will receive 2018 with the spectacular Flying Circus that will celebrate its 10 years of world tours in stunning Cenote Zamna.
Check out this one minute video of the 2013/2014 edition just to give you an idea…
On this occasion, the oldest and longest-running techno / underground event will feature the DJ’s Audiofly, H.O.S.H., Satori, Atish, Neo Human and Holder.
The price for this event is $ 80, but if you want to have access to the backstage, you will have to pay $ 200.
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