Zamna Brings Over 25,000 Attendees to Tulum, Mexico for 10 Days of House and Techo

Zamna Festival revels in the afterglow of their most successful rendition to date, officially landing the coastal town of Tulum, Mexico on the map as an electronic dance music destination. The unique 10-day festival showcased 50 artists from around the world via 4 stages from Dec. 28 to Jan. 8. Some highlights from this year’s successful rendition include: Afterlife, the biggest night of the festival in The Riviera Maya with over 9,000 attendees; Black Coffee’s second performance in a row in Tulum’s season, Renaissance bringing the techno with sets from Adam Beyer, Charlotte de Witte, Dubfire, and more. 

All the while, the festival worked to support the local community with efforts such as the reconstruction of the palapa for the school Escuela Primaria Gregorio Perez Cauich took place, the donation of toys on the day of The Three Kings to every child registered on (an association that supports underprivileged children and families from remote regions of Quintana Roo),, and the celebration of a 100% Plastic-Free festival with the use of PLA resin glasses, BUI bottles of water, reusable soda cans and eco-plastic cashless bracelets.

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