JamBase Co-Founder Launches Bajaja: An Intimate Destination Live Music Experience
The New Mastersounds headline first event since pandemic, and will be joined by John Medeski, DJ Logic and more this winter in Baja California Sur, Mexico
The inaugural Bajaja Music Fest, a curated three-day event with +8 hours of music each day, will take place November 30 – December 2 in the town of El Pescadero, Baja California Sur, Mexico on the Pacific beachside at Playa San Pedrito. The boutique event will feature headline artists The New Mastersounds, performing their first North American gig since the pandemic.
The Bajaja lineup also includes John Medeski & Friends featuring Eddie Roberts, Reed Mathis, Datrian Johnson, plus DJ Logic, and special guests, as well as supporting acts Rainy Eyes and Big Light, with local favorites Los Daturas and Los Hijos del Trópico. Each night will feature different collaborations of musicians playing together. More bands will be announced.
Bajaja will be held in Playa San Pedrito at the beachfront venue Amaya, which is in close proximity to Los Cabos, the world-renowned surf hub Todos Santos. Also close by is the bustling oasis of La Paz and the bohemian beach community of El Pescadero.
“Everyone invited to the Bajaja is a VIP!” said JamBase co-founder Ted Kartzman. “We will cap tickets in the low hundreds, and our vision is everyone will feel like family by the end of the weekend.”
Bajaja is designed to be safe, easy to get to, and all-ages. Bajaja is not all-inclusive or one size fits all, so after grabbing your festival passes you can choose from a selection of lodging options organizers have compiled. The same goes for transportation: you can be as group-oriented or independent as you’d like to be, although on show nights, organizers encourage use of the Concert Shuttle service.
When not watching live music, you can spend your days at one of the world’s top beaches, immersed in the Baja culture and lifestyle. Other activities include surfing, boogie boarding, fishing, yoga, horseback rides on the beach, snorkeling and more, all adjacent to 1700s-style Spanish colonial towns and local communities.
The Bajaja Music Fest is currently priced at $289 per person until June 12, and then prices will rise to $349 until August 16, when the price increases to $389, until it sells out.
Get links to tickets and view the complete lineup below: