Carnaval de Bahidorá Announces Final Line Up, New Additions Include: ERYKAH BADU (DEBUT IN MEXICO), PALMS TRAX, JOSEY REBELLE AND MORE!

Canaval de Bahidorá is excited to present this year’s final lineup! With over 50 live acts, DJ sets and special performances set to transform the beautiful nature preserve of Las Estacas in to a community united in creativity, sustainability, expression and civic responsibility (#EnBahidorá).  More than a music festival, Carnaval de Bahidorá (a.k.a Bahidorá) is an internal state of lucidity and consciousness. It is a place where festival goers connect with themselves, each other and the surroundings. It is the place from which creativity burgeon. This year, Carnaval de Bahidorá will take place on February 14 -16, 2020.

The eighth edition of Carnaval de Bahidorá will be bring the headliner — for the first time ever to Mexico — Erykah Badu, the queen of neo-soul! Backed by the incredible sounds of her live band of musicians from her hometown in Texas and lead by RC Williams, the composer and performer will bring to the stage her full repertoire, with a setlist that goes from the revitalized hits of off the iconic debut Baduizm, to covers of classics like “Don’t Stop the Music” by Yarbrough & Peoples. And a succession of delicious moments of virtuosity and musical camaraderie that, in recent months, have filled the hearts of new fans and lifelong fans who enjoyed seeing her live on tour throughout South America, Europe and North America. And this February # EnBahidorá, finally, will Mexico’s turn!

Additionally, Bahidorá adds to the diversity of talent and sounds by rounding out the line up with Equiknoxx, La Radada, and DJ Tudo and Pauza. The constellation of diverse and abundant sounds is curated to fill festival goers with three days of new experiences. A kaleidoscope of exciting musical and visual experiences, capable of shaking mind, body and soul, without labels and with authenticity as the only flag.

The spirit of Carnaval de Bahidorá 2020 will be elevated by added performances from legends that served as the architects and ambassadors of the sounds of yesteryear include Habibi Funk, Analog Africa, Global Roots and Sassy J. Juxtaposed with the confirmation of Palms Trax and Josey Rebelle, the cherry topping to the already stellar electronic music lineup, which ranges from classics such as Masters At Work, Theo Parrish and Marcellus Pittman to the freshness of Channel Three, Chaos in the CBD and the epic between Avalon Emerson and Jasss.

The festival is also excited to announce the newest collaborations in the history of Carnival with ONDA MUNDIAL and Sunday Sunday. Both are key creative forces unique to Mexico City, and will add to the two very special moments #EnBahidorá: the opening and closing stages.

Opening the festival on February 14 will be the Onda Mundial Collective. Onda Mundal is a record label, an internet radio station, a digital magazine, a YouTube channel and a collective of artists and DJs who throw regular parties and maintain club residencies in Mexico City. On Friday, February 14, ONDA MUNDIAL presents DJ Guagüis, Barda, DJ Mallka, Exz and Roderic to open the festival.

Closing out the festival this year will be Sunday Sunday. In a mere four years, Sunday Sunday has become one of the hottest sought after parties in Mexico City, Tijuana and Guadalajara! And on Sunday February 16th, they will present residents along with special guest to bring spirit of the Carnival to a fitting fade out at the Closing Party.

Now on their 8th year, Bahidorá is poised to be the must see, must do event of 2020. Check out the on-sale and travel packages here: .

Festival Line-Up

Friday, February 14th

Theo Parrish

Marcellus Pittman

Nicole Misha

Adriana Roma

Onda Mundial Collective: Barda – Dj Guagüis – Dj Malka – Exz – Roderic

Saturday February 15th

Sonorama Stage:

Erykah Badu


Masters At Work

David August – Presents The Life Of Merisi

Pantha Du Prince – Plays Conference Of Trees

Channel Tres


Ibidio Sound Machine



In Alphabetical Order

Avalon Emerson Bsb Jasss




Cami Layé Okún

Chaos In The Cbd

Combo Chimbita

Dengue Dengue Dengue (4 Piece Live)

Diguital Trip

Dj T

Dj Tudo

Habibi Funk

Hermanos Gutiérrez

Joe Claussell

Johannes Klingebiel

Josey Rebelle

Julian Stetter

La Redada

Leo Leal


Move D


Palms Trax

Panchita Peligro

Son Rompe Pera

Teto Preto

Valentina Abalzati

Sunday February 16th

Sister Nancy

Analog Africa

Barrio Lindo

Coco Maria


Global Roots


Sassy J

Closing Party By Sunday Sunday

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