Besame Mucho, a single-day music festival that features a diverse lineup of Latin artists, will be going outside of Los Angeles for the first time in 2024. Event organizers Tropicália and La Tocada are taking their star-studded show to Texas having it at motor racing track Circuit of the Americas in Austin on March 2.
Similar to the previous iterations of Besame Mucho in Los Angeles, the festival in Austin boasts some of Latin music’s most popular acts and will be headlined by legendary group Los Tigres Del Norte, Banda MS, rock band Caifanes and pop star Gloria Trevi. The event will have more than 60 acts performing across four stages.
Las Clasicas Stage, which will close with Los Tigres, is dedicated to the classics and will feature 30 groups, including Grupo Frontera, Bronco, Los Tucanes De Tijuana, Ramón Ayala and Alicia Villareal. The Banda Stage will have performances from Banda El Recodo, La Adictiva, Banda Los Recoditos, Banda Machos, Cuisillos and more, and the Rockero Stage will feature a number of notable rock bands, including Cafe Tacvba, Juanes, El Tri, Maldita Vecindad, Panteón Rococo and Hombres G. Along with Trevi, Alejandra Guzmán, Belanova, Reik, Sin Bandera and Ha*Ash are among the 18 acts to perform on the Te Gusta El Pop? Stage.
Fans can now sign up for the presale that begins Nov. 3 at 10 a.m. CT and should do so as the events in Los Angeles sold out in minutes. The second edition of Besame Mucho is taking place Dec. 2 at Dodger Stadium in L.A. and includes some of the same artists scheduled to perform in Austin. General admission passes start at $275 and upgraded experiences such as GA+ (starting at $575), VIP ($625) and Platinum ($950) are also available. For more information and tickets, visit besamemuchofestival.com/austin.