Due to the overwhelming demand for tickets and the fast sell out of the first weekend, RÜFÜS DU SOL and Crania have announced an extra weekend of Sundream Baja. The Grammy-winning band will return to El Ganzo Sculpture Gardens in San José del Cabo on May 11-14 for four days of music programming, health activities, art installations, and private DJ sessions from some of the band's closest relatives and inspirations.

The immersive, transcendental mentality that has become synonymous with RÜFÜS DU SOL and its global network is reflected in Sundream. RÜFÜS will bring both their innovative live performance and their tastemaking DJ set to the weekender experience, creating a gorgeous juxtaposition of the two elements that have made them one of the world’s most exciting acts. The band will be joined on stage by fellow live electronic group WhoMadeWho (live), Innervisions label boss Dixon, desert house duo Bedouin, and DJ Tennis and Carlita’s newly created Astra Club.

Cassian, a longstanding Rose Avenue collaborator and mix-engineer, will join Yulia Niko, a minimal tech heroine, Colyn, a melodic techno rising star, and Swedish producer and DJ Jonas Rathsman, who will also add his Modern Tales project to the mix alongside brother Franz Novotny. Weval will round off the lineup with their experimental techno sound, while Jimi Jules, whose breakthrough ‘My City’s On Fire’ may well have been the ultimate Sundream 2022 track, will make his long awaited debut at the event.

As part of the band’s commitment to highlighting lesser-known and avant-garde movement leaders, Korean-American dance music superstar SOHMI joins the all-star roster, which also includes Crania resident DJ pair Ukiyo, Mexico City stalwart DJ Puma, and fellow Mexican underground champion Mystery Affair.

Sundream Baja has relocated to the lovely El Ganzo Sculpture Gardens. This one-of-a-kind location is located less than 10 minutes from the town of San Jose Del Cabo, right beyond the beaches of Los Cabos, where the Pacific Ocean meets the desert gardens of Baja. This sprawling 12-acre park has a breathtaking collection of monumental sculptures by some of Mexico’s most recognised living artists, as well as hundreds of cacti, succulents, and palms from across the world. In the tradition of Mexico’s indigenous people, the gardens are created to respect cactus in all of its forms.

In addition, the event will take over Crania’s creative container with a series of private performances. Crania is an extreme reclamation project adjacent to the Sculpture Gardens that delivers tailored events and experiences focusing on art, music, gastronomy, sustainability, innovation, and creativity.

The Sundream Baja news comes on the heels of RÜFÜS’ Grammy triumph earlier this year, a double nomination for 2023, and an ARIA win in Australia. The band also just completed the US portion of their Surrender tour, which saw them sell out some of the country’s most iconic venues, including The Gorge, Red Rocks, and LA’s Hollywood Bowl, before embarking on a successful sold-out homecoming run in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, and Perth.

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