Returning to Mexico’s tropical coastline in Riviera Nayarit is the convivial house and techno celebration, RHA Festival. The event debuted last year at Mexico’s finest beachfront with world-class production, top-rated neighboring resorts, DJs and a beautiful mixture of international attendees.
Now, the festival reappears this Memorial Day Weekend on May 25-26, with a staggering phase one lineup.
2018’s lineup proceeds with RHA’s objective of exhibiting the best of worldwide house and techno. Luciano will come back to Mexico jointly with Dirtybird instigator Justin Martin and Mexican underground star Harvard Bass, while Charlotte de Witte drives the techno portrayal. There will be a live feature from Rodriguez Jr., Lee Foss, and Anabel Englund, and NOIR, Marques Wyatt, Holmar and Zen Freeman will convey their particular strains of house music to the stage.
RHA Festival will reoccur at the same location as the previous year just outside of the enclosed resort of Punta Mita. However, slight changes to only better the festival will unveil itself. The event has been moved to a better date to take advantage of the comfortable weather around that time of the year. Secondly, there will be an additional space that is unique since it’s a natural amphitheater, which is steps from the main-stage. It will be a singular prime location to enjoy sunset performances. The main stage once more will be situated right on the Cruz marina as people dance under the warm sun and enjoying the coastal breezes.
The Memorial Day Weekend will give everyone time to take in the marvels of one of Mexico’s most lovely territories.
Found only a two-hour flight from Los Angeles, Riviera Nayarit is off the well-trodden vacationer track, a place where there is wixárikas indigenous social legacy, it is one of the nation’s most secure areas. Punta Mita offers world class surfing, fishing, and a full water sports program, watercraft trips to the UNESCO ensured Marietas Islands and beautiful beachfront pueblos, all encompassed by the dark blue oceans of the Pacific and the fabulous Sierra Madre Mountains.