One of the most important electronic music festivals today finally arrives in Brazil bringing all the spirit and energy of Tulum. The ZAMNA Festival, which has delighted electronic music fans in Tulum, Mexico, since 2017, and has international editions in Miami, Israel, Spain and Greece, now includes Brazil on its list of destinations in 2023.
The organization of the event claims that the chosen location, which will be announced shortly, follows the same “nature” pattern and that, combined with the scenography, will be very close to the real original setting of the festival in Tulum.
Based on a love story between the Mayan gods Zamná and Ixchel, the musical encounter is the tool used to connect people at the festival, giving them space to enjoy the spirit of freedom amidst nature. Welcoming fans from over 110 countries every year to Quintana Roo, Mexico, Zamna can be considered today as one of the epicenters of the electronic scene and the celebration of life amid music.
Artists such as Black Coffee, Tale of Us, Bob Moses, ARTBAT, Paul Kalkbrenner, WhoMadeWho, Adam Beyer and Dubfire, to name a few, have performed at the festival. Now, we are looking forward to this great debut on Brazilian soil.
Stay tuned for more information about ZAMNA Festival Brasil through the official profile @zamna.brasil