The All My Friends festival took place at the Rosarito beach this weekend. It was three days of concerts and partying with a spectacular view and where the music, cuisine, and beach were the leading roles at the festival.
The festival was founded in Tijuana in 2010, and was celebrated on the beaches of Rosarito for a second time for three days at Hotel Castillos del Mar and its new space Sunio Beach Club.
Year after year, All My Friends has sought to be a meeting point for the creative community of Tijuana, Ensenada, Mexicali, Rosarito, and Tecate. With activities for each age group, AMF has transformed itself into a perfect experience to enjoy summer.
This time around, the festival presented a music, cuisine, and artistic program that sought to enrich the cross-border exchange with cities like San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
Bands like White Hills (USA), La Femme (France), 424 (Cost Rica), King Tuff (USA), Niño Arbol (Mexico), Princess Nokia (USA), among many others performed on different stages on the beach.
The sixth edition All My Friends party began with Sunio Teklife Party, a big dance stage in front of the water which opened up with a DJ set by Ejival (Statis Discos) prepared especially for the first sunset of the festival.
The #CocinaCentral located at the heart of the festival and with a privileged view, showcased a surprise four course lunch and dinner menu, which included the wine and beer pairing by the main participating projects of the festival.
The natural beauty of the region, along with the art and cuisine that give Baja California an identity, became the perfect complement to the party and concerts at the beach.
Photography: Luis Camarena, Max Ramírez and Ballev