New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
More than 30,000 people from all over the country and abroad came together to celebrate the third edition of the biggest Latin Music
Festival in the country. Ozuna
closed the festival with a spectacular performance that surpassed all fan expectations; and co-headliner of the festival, American rapper Logic, thrilled a diverse audience that transcended language barriers with an amazing set that concluded the first day of the 2-day Los Dells Festival in Mauston, Wisconsin at the Woodside Festival Grounds.
Forty artists across all genres of the musical spectrum performed at Los Dells Festival on 5 stages in perfect weather throughout both days. Highlights included Carlos
Vives, El Fantasma, Café Tacvba, Farruko, Natalia
Lafourcade, Mon Laferte, CNCO, Sebastian
Yatra and many other great artists, including up and coming acts such as Ambar Lucid, PJ Sin Suela, Y La Bamba and Inner Wave to name a few who were also part of the diverse lineup.
New attractions and eye-catching photo ops were present, including an artful pyramid: a giant structure that symbolized the Hispanic settlement for the weekend were all part of this year's beautiful production. Camping was sold out and settled in a new beautiful area surrounded by the pristine forest and beautifully lighted all the way to the entrance of the festival, transforming it into a magic forest that featured after parties with a DJ every night. Flags from almost every country of the Latin community were seen and waved with pride throughout the grounds; a testament to the overall inclusive of the festival.
The experience of the Hotel Dellero did not fall behind, with 2 intimate performances at the courtyard of the hotel within the festival grounds where Ximena Sariñana, Mon Laferte
performed in a very captivating setting during a welcome pre-party on Friday. Natalia
Lafourcade also performed on Saturday in front of an audience staying at the hotel and VIP guests, making the Hotel Dellero experience one to remember.
The magnitude of Los Dells Festival grew not only in audience, but also in the number of acts performing, number of stages, art, vendors, commodities, sponsors, meet & greets and many other aspects that makes this festival one of a kind-- turning it into the biggest Latin Festival in the U.S. with full camping capacities and hotel.