Summer Electric Fest: Sun, beach, electronic music and Mariana Bo… What more do you want in Mazatlan?

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This Friday, September 16, everything is ready for the “rave” at Baraka’s Beach Club, with the presentation of 5 Mexican DJs.

Mazatlan, Sinaloa. – Do you already have the after of the Scream? Don’t think about it too much; Go to the Summer Electric Fest that will be held at Baraka’s Beach Club starting at 2:00 p.m. this Friday, September 16, with the star performance of Mariana Bo, the Sinaloan who is “breaking” it internationally.

The electronic music producer is part of the cast of the turntable party organized by Callejas y Asociados CM Producciones, a company that is betting on bringing different and quality events to Mazatlan, reported promoter Gustavo Callejas Hernández.

The DJs who will put together a big “partyson” on Friday evening are Mariana Bo, Shanti, Antis and Kross, all Mexicans who are breaking into the world of electronic music with a firm step.


In a press conference that took place at the MG automotive agency, the five turntable players expressed their excitement at coming to present their best mixes to Mazatlecos, on a stage by the beach, with sun, a beautiful sunset, and lots of electronic music.

Mariana Bo comes from a presentation at Tomorrowland and a tour of several European countries such as Germany and Portugal, in addition to the fact that the Culiacan native is in the ranking of the best turntable players in the world, she thanked her for trusting in the Mexican talent.

“Thank you Summer Electric Fest for this invitation, for believing in Mexican talent, for supporting Mexican talent; I believe that this is a beginning for Mazatlan as well; simply starting to do electronic events is very important, attracting youth is something that will surely be positive”.

The Summer Electric Fest will be this Friday, September 16 at Baraka’s Beach Club, from 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tickets are already on sale at Boleto Móvil with prices ranging from 600 to 1,500 pesos. Tickets will also be on sale at the box office.

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