The third edition of Comunite festival will take place on January 5 in a cenote near Tulum. It’s 100 percent run by Mexicans, in contrast to other festivals which have been criticized by locals, and the aim is to bring people together to build consciousness about social, cultural and environmental issues. The lineup looks good so far, ranging from Cuban crooner Daymé Arocena to Romanian techno head Rhadoo.
The largest gay and lesbian festival in Mexico will celebrate its sixth year in 2018. It runs from January 31 to February 5. Guests come from around the world to party over multiple stages, with electronic music the flavour of choice. Stay in one of the partner hotels in Playa del Carmen to get a good deal on accommodation.
Since 2003 local jazz lovers have come together to organize a festival that takes place in Playa del Carmen around November. While most of the other festivals around Tulum concentrate on electronic music, this one is a breath of fresh air for those looking for something a bit different.
World-renowned beer brand Corona puts on 10 festivals on the same date every year. Four of them happen in Mexico, and Playa del Carmen is one of the lucky hosts. The lineups are always great, and Mamitas Beach Club is a wonderful venue.
This annual festival takes place in Playa del Carmen on June 21. It’s organized by the French consul for Quintana Roo, and there are French-run Fete de la Musiques all around the world to mark the first day of summer. Each year a slice of the profits goes to a local charity, so you can party knowing that you are also doing some good.
Music and fashion combine at this annual event in Playa del Carmen. Big names in the electronic music scene play sets while models present the latest collections from renowned fashion houses. If you are wondering where the beautiful people go on the Riviera Maya, it’s fair to say that a lot of them are hanging out here in December.
From February 15-18 2018 guests at the Barcelo Maya Beach resort in Playa del Carmen will be treated to an all-inclusive concert vacation with Dead & Co. The band features original-lineup Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann, who will be playing three concerts in four days