PAL MUNDO RETURNS TO ZUIDERPARK IN THE HAGUE WITH ARTISTS INCLUDING OZUNA, ELVIS CRESPO, AND JOWELL & RANDY
Europe’s largest Latin and Caribbean festival will return to Zuiderpark in The Hague for its eighth edition on July 15, 2023. Previous editions have featured performances by artists such as Bad Bunny, J Balvin, and Maluma on the Pal Mundo stage.
The Puerto Rican Ozuna, who has been at the top of the Latin charts for years and has had major success in the Netherlands with hits like “Taki Taki” and “Baila Baila Baila,” will be among the headliners on July 15, along with the world-famous Puerto Rican-American singer Elvis Crespo, who is best known for popularizing the merengue music genre with hits such as “Suavemente” and “Píntame.” Jowell & Randy, a duo from Puerto Rico who have been in the reggaeton world for a long time and are seen as one of the most influential artists within the genre, will also perform.
Pal Mundo is unlike previous editions this year, as it is a one-day festival. With the announcement of the first headliners, Pal Mundo once again attracts world-class artists. The festival has been at the forefront of their niche for years and brought Bad Bunny to the Netherlands as the first and only festival.
In addition to the Latin superstars, Pal Mundo annually provides a platform for local and Caribbean talent. There are four different stages at Pal Mundo, providing a wide range of Latin music genres from reggaeton to funk and from Caribbean to merengue. This year, in addition to the aforementioned Latin superstars, Bokoesam, Blaiz Fayah, Jonna Fraser, and Gio & Keizer will also be on the line-up. Pal Mundo Festival attracted an average of 25,000 visitors per day at previous editions, and this year, the organizers expect to welcome 30,000 visitors.
A food court is essential at a Latin and Caribbean festival, and it will also return to Zuiderpark this year. Pal Mundo brings together the most talented food and beverage entrepreneurs from the area on the world food court. The festival takes this important aspect of Latin culture seriously in its organization.