With music festival season in full swing, it can be hard to figure out what concerts you want to attend.
It's even more difficult trying to pinpoint which artist you want to see the most. But if you're looking for a comprehensive list of Latinx acts that will be performing at different festivals, we've got you covered — and hopefully it will make your decision-making process that much easier.
We rounded up nine must-see Latinx artists and bands that will be performing across different stages in the US:
Festival: Lightening in a Bottle
Location: Bradley, California
Dates: May 24-29
This Argentinean DJ is going to make you want to dance the night (or day) away.
Location: Grant County, Washington
Dates: May 26-28
This LA-based band has been making quite the headlines with their latest album "Freedom is Free," so we can only imagine what their live performance will be like.
Festival: Neon Desert
Location: El Paso, Texas
Dates: May 27-28
J Balvin always knows how to put on a show, so you know it's going to be lit!
Los Lonely Boys
Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Dates: July 4-9
You'll be able to watch the iconic Chicano trio play their "Texican Rock n' Roll" in the great midwest.
Festival: Ruido Fest
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Dates: July 7-9
The moment we found out that Julieta Venegas was going to be at an all-Latinx music festival, we almost lost it! Venegas will be joining 40+ Latinx artists at the popular alternative Latin music festival in the Windy City.
Festival: Outside Lands
Location: San Francisco, California
Dates: August 11-13
The dynamic Colombian duo is going to make you feel so empowered the moment they play "Soy Yo" — and every song they perform will leave you feeling the same way too, tbh.
Festival: Life Is Beautiful
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Dates: September 22-24
If you haven't heard of this badass Colombian-American singer-songwriter, do yourself a favor and look her up. We're pretty sure you'll be buying tickets to this fest just to watch her!
Festival: Lost Lake
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Dates: October 20-22
Don't be a victim to FOMO because you know this Latin Grammy Award winner is going to play his best hits.