Bahidorá is music.
In this section, you will soon find key information about the artists who will fill with sound and diversity next carnival's edition.
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Located next to a millenary tree which named the place, El Amate focuses on danceable house and techno.
This ancient field roots its pillars to freeze time and let the crowd enjoy endless nights, lights and sunrises filled with sweat and hours on the dancefloor. Once you've stepped in El Amate, its ground will snare your feet to the beat of the best tracks of the moment.
The only stage where you’ll get to dance as you swim; the Asoleadero is where the river embraces you while you relish on a great vinyl selection.
The stage is centered around vinyl collectors from the region responsible for loading us up with hidden cumbias and global grooves. This is the temple where we honor those dedicated to music archaeology.
Bahidorá becomes a 3 days festival with multiple stages throughout the weekend.
6:00 in the afternoon Friday. The Carnival begins its cycle with two stages filled with showcases by Príncipe Discos and Giegling.
(You must have the FULL WEEKEND ticket to enter on Friday)
For those without the Camping departing on Monday ticket, the Carnival ends on Sunday at 6:00 PM.
On Sunday night, the Carnival ends with a closing party for those with the Camping departing on Monday ticket.
Schedule - Closing party
The last departing bus from the camping spot hits the road on Monday at 11:00 AM
Las Estacas will be closed after the last bus has departed.
These are the active schedules of every stage all throughout the Carnival.