New Latino music festival La Onda is coming to Napa. Who’s playing? How much are tickets?

A new Latino music festival prganized by the producers of the famed BottleRock fest is coming to wine country this summer.

Festival La Onda will take place June 1 and 2 in Napa.

The lineup for the inaugural festival was released Monday and features a diverse mix of classic acts and up-and-coming performers.

Here’s who will be performing and how to get tickets for the event.

What is Festival La Onda?

Producers for BottleRock Napa Valley, usually held Memorial Day weekend in Napa, are organizing the inaugural Festival La Onda.

In addition to live music, the two-day event will offer regional cuisine, cultural celebrations and immersive fun throughout the festival grounds, according to its website.

The festival will be held at the Napa Valley Expo in Napa, California.

Who’s on the lineup for Latino music festival?

Headliners for the two-day music event include Spanish rock band Mana, mariachi artist Alejandro Fernandez, Norteño group Fuerza Regida and Mexican singer Junior H.

Other artists on the lineup include Farruko, Los Ángeles Azules, Café Tacuba.

For a full look at the festival lineup, visit the festival website.

When do tickets go on sale?

Weekend and single-day tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m., according to the news release.

However, concertgoers can sign-up for pre-sale on Wednesday through the concert website.

How much do tickets cost?

Ticket prices will range from $169 per person for general admission to $389 for VIP seating.

For those who want to splurge, there are ticket packages ranging from $1,199 to $3,299 per person, with possible perks including backstage parking, access to elevated lounge areas and all-inclusive beer, wine and cocktails list.

Layaway plans for all ticket level will be available through the festival.

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