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Sueños Festival is back for year two in Chicago

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Anyone who needed further confirmation that the surge of reggaetón and Latin trap has staying power only needed to be in Chicago last year over Memorial Day weekend. The inaugural Sueños Music Festival brought nearly 100,000 people to Grant Park, and its success more than earned a repeat performance, which will unfold May 27 and 28..

Details of the second installment will sound familiar. Same place, same weekend, and even some of the same performers who absolutely blew it out last time around.

They mixed it up a bit with the headliners, which this year include returnees Wisin Y Yandel, plus first-timers Grupo Firme, Feid and Nicky Jam. The undercard delivers a similar mix of old and new, with El Alfa and Myke Towers coming back for 2023; and Sueños rookies like Becky G, Ryan Castro and Junior H.

The festival went bigger in general for year two: a deeper lineup, larger stage, more activities, some of the city’s best Latin food, and plenty of places to grab a drink if it’s as hot as it was last year (including free water-refill stations). You can check out the full lineup below and visit the festival’s website for more information, including how to buy tickets.


  • Wisin Y Yandel and Feid
  • Arcangel
  • Chencho Corleone
  • El Alfa
  • Gera MX
  • Ivy Queen
  • Paopao
  • DJ Gordo
  • DJ Miriam
  • Sorry Papi


  • Grupo Firme and Nicky Jam
  • Becky G
  • Eladio Carrion
  • Myke Towers
  • Junior H
  • Ryan Castro
  • Chanell
  • Young Miko
  • DJ Chava
  • DJ Dynamiq
  • DJ Fredy Fresco
  • Sorry Papi