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Spain's Medusa Festival targets international expansion with Mexican edition

Spanish giant heads to Mexico in March 2018...

Spain's biggest electronic festival Medusa has announced its plans for international expansion and is heading to Puebla, Mexico in March 2018.

The festival has grown into one Spain's biggest multi-genre electronic festivals during the last few years thanks to huge themed stage productions and world-class line-ups.

Puebla is located just 130km from Mexico City and is thriving Mexican city with a young population that has seen numerous clubs and festivals popping up in the city over the last few years.

It's not the only festival to target this little known Mexican city, Belgium's Daydream is set to hold its second Mexican edition of its festival in the city in November, too.

Medusa has partnered up with experienced Mexican promoters Dammove to make the move to Puebla as smooth as humanly possible.

Medusa will continue to host its main festival in Valencia, Spain with its 4th edition taking place next month from 10th — 12th August and organisers are expecting a record-breaking attendance of 160,000 festivalgoers

The line-up for the forthcoming Spanish edition next month includes Hardwell, Steve Aoki, Alesso, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Richie Hawtin, Sven Väth, Jeff Mills, Paul Kalkbrenner and Jamie Jones to name just a few.

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