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Located in the idyllic location of Cap Cana, Dominican Republic, The Paradise Music & Arts Fest is set to take place over 2 days this December 20th and 21st. Previously known as Electric Paradise, The Paradise Festival has undergone a name change for 2019. Along with the news of the name change, The Paradise has also announced its full lineup. The Paradise is known for having a mix of EDM, hip hop and reggaeton and this year is no different – with headliners like Martin Garrix, Maluma, Bad Bunny, Alesso, Tyga, Marshmello and Steve Aoki. Besides the main stage house acts, there is also a fully curated techno stage over both days – with headliners like Guy Gerber, Jamie Jones, Marco Carola and Dubfire.
The festival will take place across three stages – the Live Stage, the Dance Stage, and the Rumors Stage. The Live Stage will be headlined by Puerto Rican trap and reggaeton superstar Bad Bunny, known best for his collaboration withCardi B and J Balvinon “I Like It”. He will be joined by Columbian trap singer/rapper Maluma, who crossed over into the mainstream pop realm working with megastars Madonna and Shakira. Rounding out the headliners are Latin trap phenomenon Anuel AA and West Coast rapper Tyga.
On the Dance Stage will be the big EDM superstars like Marshmello, Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix, Alesso, Timmy Trumpet, Alan Walker, Madeon, and Tchami. Besides these big main stage house acts, Bob Moses will be bringing a deep house DJ set to the Paradise and CRAY will be bringing the heavy bass beats. The last stage is Guy Gerber’s label stage – Rumors – which will be featuring pumping techno beats for two days. This stage will be located on the Juanillo Beach and will have sets from the likes of Dubfire, Jamie Jones, Marco Carola, Nic Fanciulli, and more.
This year’s edition of The Paradise will go down in history, showcasing the local culture alongside chart-topping artists in a local setting, bringing a fresh new experience to the island, involving gastronomy, art, technology and innovation.
Given the intimate island setting of the event, attendees are given the exclusive opportunity to be able to watch some of the biggest acts in the world perform for a crowd a fraction of the size of other large scale music festivals. Due to this one-of-a-kind experience, tickets for The Paradise continue to sell out every year and purchasing early is highly recommended. Early bird tickets start at $90 and will be available on September 17th.
For those looking for the full luxury festival vacation experience, PAV Events will also offer hotel packages that will provide tickets to the festival and accommodation in one inclusive price – more information can be found on http://theparadise.com/