“The hope is that by late August things are somewhat back to normal,” Wagner says. “We will try to keep everyone safe. There will be more people cleaning and all of our staff will be required to have masks across the grounds. With fans attending, we’ll follow CDC guidelines and whatever they’re saying at the time of the festival in terms of mask or no masks outdoors.”
Launched in 2015, Ruido Fest has featured an array of Latin artists, including Enanitos Verdes, Hombres G, Zoé, Molotov, Vanessa Zamora, Bomba Estéreo, Intocable, El Tri, Los Tigres del Norte and Maldita Vecindad.
For more information on the festival and how to buy tickets, visit ruidofest.com.
See Ruido’s 2021 lineup in alphabetical order below.
Café Tacvba (Sunday headliner)
Los Amigos Invisibles
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs (Friday headliner)
Mexican Institute of Sound
Panteón Rococó (Saturday headliner)
The Mini Projects
Tone Zone Skam