The fifth edition of the festival of psychedelia, garage and more lysergic sounds, made in Mexico, will arrive at Parque Bicentenario on November 5th
The acclaimed Hipnosis festival returns to CDMX with a luxury lineup (Photo: Twitter/@HipnosisMX)
After two years of suspension of massive events due to the arrival of COVID-19, this 2022 is shaping up to be one of the best years in terms of concerts and festivals with the visit of artists from different parts of the world to various points of the Mexican Republic. From the Coca-Cola Flow Fest to the Corona Capital, in this second semester of the year the Mexican public prepares their best outfits and attitude to enjoy the energy and magic of the presentations of your favorite artists live.
November will be the month in which music takes over the largest and most important venues in Mexico City and, although said month is just around the corner, surprises keep coming for Mexicans , as happened on the afternoon of August 16 when the complete line up of the Hipnosis festival was announced through social networks, one of the most anticipated of this 2022
This is how thousands of Internet users expressed their excitement for attending the fifth edition of the festival of psychedelia, garage and more lysergic sounds, made in Mexico; same that will be held on November 5 in the vicinity of the Bicentennial Park in the Mexican capital.
The announcement of the lineup left great emotion among the Mexican public (Photo: Twitter/@HipnosisMX)
Headlining the bill of the acclaimed festival is the iconic American band The Mars Volta< /b>, who had spent little more than 10 years without stepping foot on Aztec land, for this reason, fans thanked their presence at the Hipnosis festival through multiple messages on social networks thathave kept the name of the group in trends since last Tuesday.
It should be mentioned that the presentation that the band made up of Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Omar Rodríguez López will make at the Hipnosis festival is the only concert they have announced so far for Latin American countries, which has caused even more excitement among social network users.
“I can finally express my happiness publicly to you. The Mars Volta in the house I dreamed hard and it came true”; “Don't go too far… net The Mars Volta is a mega bandota and live ufff even better. If you have a net opportunity go see them, I love them”; “The Hypnosis poster with The Mars Volta is really cool, but there are already a lot of expenses this year”, were some of the comments from Internet users.
Although with the announcement of The Mars Volta as headliners was surprising on its own, the organizers of the Hipnosis festival did not miss the opportunity to throw the house out the windowand to have a dignified return after two years of confinement, they also announced the presence of bands such as Primus, Chicano Batman, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, The Lazy Eyes, Moon Duo, among many others. p>
Hypnosis Festival Prices
Ticket sales for the acclaimed festival will take place through Boletia (Photo: Boletia Screenshot)
With the announcement of the festival's line up Hipnosis also came the sale of tickets, which will be carried out through the Boletia system and -although it has not been confirmed- it is possible that they will also be sold at the ticket offices of Parque Bicentenario itself.
However, on the official Boletia website, Tickets for Hipnosis are already availables and, according to information from the portal, they are divided into two stages:
– General Lighting Stage, includes general access to the festival and has a cost of $1,800 Mexican pesos plus service charges.
– VIP Lighting Stage, includes access to the festival and the VIP area, which will have bathrooms, food area and bars designated exclusively for the section. The cost of this ticket is $3,000 Mexican pesos plus service charges.
The Parque Bicentenario, the venue where the In recent years, the festival has been consolidated as one of the most important cultural and recreational spaces in the Mexican capital. It is located in the western area of Mexico City between the limits of the Miguel Hidalgo and Azcapotzalco municipalities, opposite the Refinería station on Line 7 (orange) of the Metro Collective Transportation System.