Enjoy the Ocaso Festival this Weekend in Tamarindo Costa Rica

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The Ocaso Musical Festival comes back to Tamarindo, Guanacaste in its fourth edition this Thursday, January 9 and will extend through Monday, January 13th.

The underground electronic music festival gathers, once again, great representatives of techno and house rythms, this year the lineup includes Doc Martin, Maceo Plex, Artbat, Magdalena, Shiba San, Justin Martin, Ame, Maetrix, Seth Troxler, DJ Soup, Jon Lee, among many others.

“Our philosophy has always been based in the good music, good food an positive vibe in a space that was built towards physical spaces that host positive energy”, commented Devin Ellis, founder of the festival.

Ocaso usually combines a great gastronomy offer, art exhibits and national and international DJ´s. ” With musical areas located poolside, on the beach and deep in the jungle, the festival promotes a single-stage experince, having only one performance at a time”, reads the release. The main location of the event is La Senda, located in Santa Rosa de Santa Cruz, Guanacaste , considered a wellness center and where the world´s largest labyrinth is found.

The event is geared for an audience 18 and up and those interested can get single day passes or multi day passes. Ticket prices depend on the days attending, for instance a Thursday only pass runs $19 + taxes and fees, while a Saturday only pass costs $59 plus taxes and fees. Two day passes have a price of $89 plus taxes and fees and you get a best value for a five day pass, $119 + taxes and fees.

Tickets can be purchased online at Tixr

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