A first-ever, multi-day, large-scale music festival in Northern California devoted entirely to Latin music has been announced for next June in downtown Napa, the weekend after BottleRock, and we now know the lineup.

We learned last week about Festival La Onda, being brought to us in 2024 by the organizers of BottleRock in Napa. Taking cues from other successful Latin music festivals that have sprung up in the last few years, including this past weekend's Bésame Mucho in Los Angeles, La Onda will feature artists from a range of genres, including regional Mexican, Latin pop, Spanish rock, reggaetón, banda, mariachi, rap, norteño, cumbia, and bolero.

And, two of the acts who just headlined Bésame Mucho will do the same at La Onda — the wildly popular Alejandro Fernández, and Mexican pop-rock band Maná.

Other notable acts announced Monday include Fuerza Regida, Junior H, Cafe Tacvba, Los Angeles Azules, Gera MX, and Eslabon Armando.

Festival La Onda will happen over two days at the Napa Expo complex, June 1 and 2, using a similar footprint and most of the same stages as BottleRock. Like BottleRock, there will be premium concessions available, and premium VIP experiences as well.

Tickets for La Onda go on sale Friday, December 8, at 10 a.m., with pre-sales starting Wednesday. You can sign up here for pre-sale access.

See the rest of the lineup below.

  • Maná
  • Fuerza Regida
  • Alejandro Fernandez
  • Junior H
  • Farruko
  • Eslabon Armando
  • Cafe Tacuba
  • Los Angeles Azules
  • Mon Laferte
  • Gabito Ballesteros
  • Dianna Paola
  • Yahritzia y Su Esencia
  • Maldita Vecindad
  • La Arrolladora
  • Eden Munoz
  • Gera MX
  • Ximena Sarinana
  • Siddhartha
  • Yng Lucas
  • Silvana Estrada
  • Nivel
  • Allison
  • Maurio Bautista
  • Alex Fernandez
  • Joss Favela
  • Kaia Lana
  • Wonderfox
  • Agudelo888
  • DJ RayBurger

Previously: Festival La Onda, a New Latin Music Fest From the BottleRock Team, Coming to Napa In June

Top image: Alejandro Fernandez performs at Palau Sant Jordi on June 27, 2023 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by Jordi Vidal/Redferns)