Top 5 Electronic Music Festivals In Latin America
The Chemical music festival, which takes place in the capital city of Brazil, is arguably the biggest electronic festival in the country. It is characterized with super parties for 2 days straight. The venue of these events is usually the wide marina, which is just 10 minutes away from the beach
Love parada’s was originally held in Berlin Germany as a street parade. It was actually meant to be a peaceful demo but music took center stage in the event. In 2010, tragedy hit resulting in the death of 21 people and over 511 injuries so they stopped holding the event there.
However, it was replicated across the world under the slogan, “one world, one love parade” and this became very famous in South America. Chile’s event is the most phenomenal in the region.
Because the events are so widespread, it is almost impossible to figure out the official website or the official organizers. But the Chile event is by the far the most famous and it happens every January in Santiago.
This festival began in Netherlands but it has now moved to the US as well as Chile. This festival is characterized with fairy tales, lots of décor featuring overblown balloons, themed parties, and yes – furry animals. It is the most amazing fantasy parade for electronic music lovers that you can ever witness. Experts believe that this event is a worthy competitor of Tomorrow Land and if the current moment continues, it could easily topple it in terms of popularity and attendance.
Ultra Buenos Aires
This festival happens in Argentina and it is one of the most amazing destinations for electronic music lovers because apart from the amazing music, you also get to have an awesome experience with the lots of sight and sounds of Argentina. This has been described as “the wildest party” and critics even liken it to Miamo mammoth where you have only one option, either go hard or go back home.
This is another important event that takes place in Argentina. Originally a German event, the locals have done a spending job of scrapping of the European touch and all you get is nothing but the best of the Latin American experience. Time Warp came to Latin America for the very first time in 2014 and from how it was received, it is clear that the event will only continue to grow in leaps and bounds every year.
So there you have it! The top 5 electronic festivals in South America. As we have already seen, some of these festivals were not originally designed to be South American events but after there were imported from Europe, the organizers deed a great job of customizing them for the home audience. Most attendees would never believe that these events were once European festivals.