Corralejo Buena Onda Stage

Ana Bárbara

Ana Bárbara, is a Mexican singer, actress, television personality and model. She has become a prominent figure within Latin entertainment since her professional debut in 1994 and is one of the leading female figures in regional Mexican music.

On November 3 of 2005, Ana Bárbara was awarded a Latin Grammy Award.

Grupo Cañaveral

Furia Musical award-winning Grupo Cañaveral was formed in January of 1995 by vocalist/percussionist and ex-Corraleros de Majagual Humberto Pabón Olivares, as well as journalist/radio announcer Agustín Teutli Delgado, with the intent of resurrecting the-then dormant Mexican cumbia style. During their early years, they not only accomplished their goal, but evolved the style of cumbia into forward-thinking music of their own hybrid design. Grupo Cañaveral became a top-selling outfit after achieving three gold records by their third anniversary in 1998. (Since then, they’ve also achieved double gold and diamond status for later recordings.) Grupo Cañaveral became one of the hardest touring acts in Mexico. 

Los Amigos Invisibles

Los Amigos Invisibles is a Venezuelan band which plays a blend of disco, acid jazz and funk mixed with Latin rhythms. In addition to releasing eleven critically acclaimed albums, the band have been lauded internationally for their explosive, live shows, spanning nearly 60 countries. 

La Sonora Dinamita con Vilma Diaz

La Sonora Dinamita is a Mexican and Colombian musical group that plays cumbia, a South and Latin American music genre popular throughout Latin America. As one of the first Cumbia groups to reach international success, it is credited with helping to popularize the genre throughout Latin America and the world.

Los Sleepwalkers

The Sleepwalkers have been playing authentic Americana roots rock since 1992. They specialize in original American music styles ranging from blues, country, Tex-Mex, Cumbia, and their own brand of roots rock.

In 1999 they released their first album Can’t Stop Rockin’ on Relampago-go records, which earned them positive national reviews, and a nomination for Best Americana album at the San Diego Music Awards. Their songs “Dead of Night” and “Vas A Ver!” were included in the movie Ofrenda Desnuda in 2007, which was directed by International Film Award Winner, Guillerma Von Son.

Fercho and Kimba Lite

Fercho & Kimba Lite is a tropical high-energy and dance-provoking Afro-Cuban band based out of San Diego, California. Their music is a fusion of salsa, timba, merengue, bachata, reggaeton, hip-hop, and funk.