With artists like Ozuna, Elvis Crespo, Jeon, Jonna Fraser, Ir Sais, and Bokoesam on the lineup, Pal Mundo Festival brought together over 20,000 fans from almost every Spanish-speaking country on Saturday at Zuiderpark in The Hague.

Pal Mundo Festival, Europe’s largest Latin and Caribbean festival, organized its eighth edition this weekend. With artists like Ozuna, Elvis Crespo, Jeon, Jonna Fraser, and Bokoesam on the lineup, over 20,000 festival-goers gathered at Zuiderpark in The Hague.

Pal Mundo features various music genres, with stages dedicated to salsa, bachata, Caribbean music, afrobeats, and hip-hop in addition to the main stage. Alongside the headliners, more than 60 artists from Angola, Aruba, Curaçao, the Dominican Republic, France, the Netherlands, Portugal, Puerto Rico and Suriname performed.

“We are still recovering, but we are incredibly satisfied with the 2023 edition of Pal Mundo Festival. It was fantastic to further develop our vision at Zuiderpark this year, and seeing all the hard work come together is amazing,” said Patrick Paul Brahim, festival director of Pal Mundo Festival.

For years, Pal Mundo has brought the biggest Latin artists to the Netherlands. Previous editions of the festival featured artists such as Bad Bunny, J Balvin, Maluma, Karol G, and many others. Due to booking these giants, Pal Mundo is considered a trailblazer in the European festival industry and has been the largest Latin and Caribbean festival on the continent for some time.