“Back to the 90s” Music Festival in Cayo Santa Maria runs November 23rd to 25th, 2023
October 11, 2023 Marsha Mowers
“Back to the 90s” is an epic three-day festival that will transport attendees to the 90s, a golden age of music that left a lasting mark on pop culture. From November 23rd to 25th, 2023, Cayo Santa María will be the center of this nostalgic period, where the music, the style, and the energy of the 90s will be combined to deliver a unique experience.
The festival will feature an outstanding lineup of artists who marked the decade of the 90s. Each of these talented artists will bring their unique style and iconic hits to their performance on the main stage, taking festival goers on a journey through their iconic hits that defined an era. In addition to live entertainment, attendees can enjoy beach parties with international DJs.
“Back to the 90s” is much more than a series of performances, it’s a festival that marks a significant milestone as it is the first time that an event of this type is held in this destination and it’s the second major festival celebrated in this area, with more exciting events still to come” said Lessner Gomes, Director of the Cuba Tourist Board in Toronto.
The festival will take place in Cayo Santa Maria, an idyllic location in Cuba with an unparalleled beauty with white sand beaches and crystal-clear waters, creating a perfect backdrop for music and fun.
HOTELS HOSTING THE EVENT.
- Hotel Playa Cayo Santa Maria
- Dhawa Cayo Santa Maria
- Hotel Angsana Cayo Santa Maria
- Sol Cayo Santa Maria
- Grand Memories Santa María
- Sanctuary at Grand Memories Santa María
- Melia Cayo Santa Maria
- Iberostar Selection
- Starfish Cayo Santa María
- Grand Sirenis
- Paradisus Cayo Santa Maria
- Roc Casa del Mar
- Valentin Perla Blanca
- The one galley resort
- Grand Aston Cayo Las Brujas
- Melia Buena Vista
- Melia Las Dunas
For additional information, please visit the Websites:
Santa Maria Music Fest | “Un Viaje a los 90s” – Reservas Online
About the Author
Marsha Mowers made the move to editorial side of travel after many years working in destination marketing where she represented places such as NYC and Las Vegas. Her experience on “both sides” of the industry has put her in a unique position to provide valuable context to both readers and trade partners. Marsha also serves as Director of Content for TravelPulse Canada