Tulum is quickly becoming a hotspot for festival lovers. From EDM music to vegan food, 2019 is set to become the best year yet for Tulum’s foodies and party goers. In this post, we have rounded up our top four festivals happening in Tulum in 2019.
Taking place at Zamma from the 29th December until the 13th January Sound Tulum is in its second year, and is looking to build on the incredible success of its first.
Featuring some of the best artists from the underground electronic music scene, what makes Sound Tulum music festival stand out, is the focus on composition and the incredible locations for each event.
Sound Tulum finds a place of balance and harmony between the Tulum music festivals promoters, artists, brands, and its global audience.
The festival promises to deliver to its audience a hedonistic immersive experience they will never forget. With venues include an island in the middle of the jungle, a secret lagoon and a cenote it’s we are confident it is a promise they will easily deliver.
Multi-day tickets are already sold out but you can see the full line up and buy individual event tickets here.
Tulum Vegan Fest
Tulum is well known for being a vegan-friendly place. With an array of vegan-friendly restaurants and cafes across the town, it’s no wonder that Tulum is host to an annual Vegan Festival: Tulum Vegan Fest.
Now in its seventh year, 2019 is set to be the biggest and best vegan festival yet.
Not a vegan? No worries, this friendly festival is open to all. So, if you like food and are interested to try your hand at some delicious vegan cooking this is the perfect opportunity.
The festival runs over three days with the program being a mix of cooking workshops, yoga classes, talks, music, and meditation. Set in the jungle the idyllic location means you are guaranteed to feel well rested, fed, and recharged by the end of the three days.
Dates TBC: Summers 2019
Tulum Food and Wine Festival
Another Tulum festival for the foodies out there!
Over the past few years, Tulum has really put itself on the map with regards to fine dining.
Tulum is well established as one of the top places in the Riviera Maya to eat, thanks to a high concentration of internationally respected chefs resident at restaurants such as Mi Amor, Mezzanine, and Hartwood. Continuing to build on this reputation in 2019 it will once again play host to the Tulum Food and Wine Festival.
The 11-day event is filled with culinary delights, top award-winning international chefs, music, and of course wine! The festival opens in Tulum and takes place at participating throughout Tulum and Playa Del Carmen.
During the first five days, guests will be able to feast on a three-course meal, for a discounted price. Then in the final five days, the fun really begins.
The food festival explodes into a gastronomic extravaganza of multiple events taking place across Tulum. The events aim to showcase the talent of the international chefs as well as shining a light on Mexican cuisine. From the fresh local produce to the best Tequila and Mezcal you can find, this is one Tulum event you can not miss in 2019.
Dates: 1st -10th February
Art With Me
Art With Me is Tulum answer to Burning Man. Never heard of it? With artist Daniel Popper involved, trust us you soon will. In its second year, we see only good things for this Tulum festival with a serious environmental message.
As Tulum continues to expand rapidly, proactive local business owners have come together, to take a more thought-provoking, and entertaining, approach to deal with the environmental impact of this development.
In true Tulum bohemium style, the immersive three-day beach festival showcases the rich and diverse gypset culture Tulum has to offer while building awareness of the environmental needs of the expanding town.
If you are a socially conscious traveler with a love of art, music, food, and wellness then this is the festival for you. Think late night DJ sets, live music performances, art installations, workshops and panel discussions. Oh, and of course delicious food, this is Tulum after all!
Dates: 25th -28th April 2019