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Bésame Mucho Festival Brings Iconic Latin Music To Dodger Stadium. See The Full Lineup

Two photos next to each other. On the left is the poster for the Bésame Mucho concert, including logo and event information over a pink background with hearts and kisses. The text says, "Sat December 2, 2022. Dodger Stadium. Los Angeles, CA." On the right is a photo of the musician Juanes standing at a microphone holding a guitar while singing.
Left: Bésame Mucho Festival poster (Courtesy of Live Nation). Right: Juanes performs onstage the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards on January 28, 2020 in Los Angeles. (Emma McIntyre/Getty Images).
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While Bésame Mucho Festival’s first-ever lineup already seems almost too perfect to be true to some Latin music fans, make no mistake: The legendary Latino artists are headed to Dodger Stadium this year.

In total, almost 60 bands are scheduled to perform songs in a variety of genres on Dec. 3, ranging from cumbia to Norteño.

The festival is divided into three stages — “Rockero,” “Las Clásicas,” and “Te Gusta el Pop?” — making it a gathering for the ages. Bésame Mucho will bring Latin giants Los Tigres Del Norte, Caifanes, Sin Bandera, Bronco and dozens of other bands into one stadium.

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This first festival for Bésame Mucho taps into Los Angeles’ deep love of Latin music. Apple Music’s Top 25 playlist for L.A. is almost always stocked up with songs by Bad Bunny and J Balvin (though neither reggaeton superstars are on the bill as of now).

Larger performances by Latin bands have also staked their claims in L.A. The group Maná starts its residency at the Forum in Inglewood in March. This lineup positions L.A. as a leading hub for Latin music on the West Coast.

The festival comes from the producers at La Tocada Presents and Tropicália. In previous years, the Tropicalia Festival has drawn thousands of fans throughout L.A. County to see both well-established and newer Latin artists, including Kali Uchis and Bronco.

Bésame Mucho’s single-day admission starts at $199. Fans can purchase presale tickets starting on Friday, Feb. 18 at 10 a.m.

Here's the full lineup on the three stages [in order of appearance on the festival poster]:

Las Clasicas Stage

  • Los Tigres del Norte
  • Los Ángeles Azules
  • Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga
  • Bronco
  • Ramón Ayala Y Sus Bravos Del Norte
  • Banda Machos
  • Grupo Kual?
  • Su Majestad Mi Banda Mexicano de Casimiro Zamudio
  • Los Rieleros del Norte
  • Sonora Santanera
  • Grupo Soñador
  • Los Socios Del Ritmo
  • Los Ángeles Negros
  • Jeanette
  • Los Yaguarú de Angel Venegas
  • Los Llayras
  • Alberto Pedraza
  • La Sonora Dinamita
  • Aarón Y Su Grupo Ilusion
  • Los Ángeles de Charly
  • Los Freddy’s
  • Los Askis
  • Los Cadetes de Linares
  • Los Yonic’s Zamacona

Rockero Stage

  • Caifanes
  • Café Tacvba
  • Juanes
  • Hombres G
  • Enanitos Verdes
  • Julieta Venegas
  • El Tri
  • Zoé
  • Molotov
  • Mägo de Oz
  • Panteón Rococó
  • Fobia
  • El Gran Silencio
  • Ximena Sariñana
  • Inspector
  • Mœnia
  • Elefante
  • Kinky
  • Tijuana No!
  • Arath Herce

Te Gusta El Pop?

  • Sin Bandera
  • OV7
  • Nek
  • Fey
  • Kabah
  • Caló
  • La Oreja de Van Gogh
  • Kumbia Kings
  • Aleks Syntek
  • Elvis Crespo
  • Sentidos Opuestos
  • Oro Solido
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