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Reggaeton Beach Festival expands its tour to the Canary Islands


The Reggaeton Beach Festival (RBF) tour is set to make two stops in the Canary Islands, including the previously announced event in Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, on June 29 and 30, and a new addition in Vecindario, Gran Canaria, on July 27 and 28. Tickets for the Gran Canaria dates became available yesterday on the festival’s website, www.reggaetonbeachfestival.com. With the Tenerife edition already selling over 75% of its capacity, following the success of its 2023 edition, anticipation is high for the upcoming events.


Sponsored by the Santa Lucía de Tirajana Town Council and financially supported by the Cabildo de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands Tourism, through the EU Next Generation funds, the Recovery and Transformation and Resilience Fund, Islas Canarias Latitud de Vida, the regional government, the Canary Islands Institute for Cultural Development, and Canarias Viva, the festival aims to showcase the most prominent names in urban Latin music, reflecting the Canary Islands’ status as a key hub for this genre.

Reggaeton Beach Festival expands its tour to the Canary Islands

While the lineup for this edition has yet to be announced, each island’s event will feature a distinct lineup. Fans familiar with RBF know to expect high-quality musical performances, ensuring that loyal followers secure their tickets early for the best prices.

The RBF tour will span 12 locations, beginning in Oropesa del Mar (Castellón) on June 22 and 23, followed by stops in Marbella (Málaga) and Benidorm (Alicante) on July 6 and 7, Mallorca and Santander on July 13 and 14, Madrid and Barcelona on July 20 and 21, Gran Canaria and Avilés (Asturias) on July 27 and 28, and concluding in Nigrán (Galicia) and Torrevieja (Alicante) on August 3 and 4.

Organizers highlight the Canary Islands’ significance not only as a premier tourist destination but also as an area with deep Latin cultural roots, making reggaeton and urban music integral to the islands’ cultural identity for many years


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