2017

the lineup

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the artists

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     Navid Izadi  Navid Izadi is known for delivering sets full of funk, rhythmic and intense. His performance at the festival was really popular. The Californian atmosphere of the event made the transition from evening to night, managing to infect all of the attendees with his energy. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀   Nortec Collective Presents: Bostich+Fussible  This duo from Tijuana played at the last edition of the festival and brought their northern electro sound to Monte Xanic’s vineyards. Ramón Amezcua (Bostich) and Pepe Mogt (Fussible) took this opportunity to explore other genres with harder beats and made their show one of the most danced of the evening⚡️. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀   Gil Montiel  From Monterrey, Nuevo León , Gil Montiel delivered a live set full of improvisation and lots of energy. The DJ and resident producer of Casa Morelos proved his classical music education by playing various instruments, from drums to bass, synthesizers and of course… turntables! ⠀⠀⠀⠀  ⠀⠀⠀⠀  Oceanvs Orientalis  Safak Oz Kutle, better known as Oceanvs Orientalis, found fertile ground at the festival to create a set with tribal sounds. It was the perfect melody to embrace the shamanic night.

 

Navid Izadi
Navid Izadi is known for delivering sets full of funk, rhythmic and intense. His performance at the festival was really popular. The Californian atmosphere of the event made the transition from evening to night, managing to infect all of the attendees with his energy. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

Nortec Collective Presents: Bostich+Fussible
This duo from Tijuana played at the last edition of the festival and brought their northern electro sound to Monte Xanic’s vineyards. Ramón Amezcua (Bostich) and Pepe Mogt (Fussible) took this opportunity to explore other genres with harder beats and made their show one of the most danced of the evening⚡️. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

Gil Montiel
From Monterrey, Nuevo León , Gil Montiel delivered a live set full of improvisation and lots of energy. The DJ and resident producer of Casa Morelos proved his classical music education by playing various instruments, from drums to bass, synthesizers and of course… turntables! ⠀⠀⠀⠀

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Oceanvs Orientalis
Safak Oz Kutle, better known as Oceanvs Orientalis, found fertile ground at the festival to create a set with tribal sounds. It was the perfect melody to embrace the shamanic night.

  Centavrvs  The project fuses electronic beats with a Mexican flavor. At Guadalupe Valley Festival they delivered a very powerful and energetic performance. There is no doubt that Demián Gálvez and Dj Rayo, leaders of the band, found the perfect formula to share a lot of experimentation and electro on the dance floors.   Deap Vally  The Californian couple integrated by Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards drove from Los Angeles, California, to El Valle de Guadalupe and met an audience that was waiting for their surprising performance. Their show was based on strident rock and garage riff. They couldn't have been any better.   Cat Power  Charlyn Marie Marshall, better known as Cat Power, delivered pure poetry on stage. She performed for over an hour and her songs from her entire discography were accompanied by her piano and guitar, creating an atmosphere similar to the warm evening that approached.   Mi Banda el Mexicano ft.   Rubén Albarrán  from Café Tacvba All the way from Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Don Casimiro Zamudio and Mi Banda el Mexicano gave some Mexican spice to the night. They surprised the public when Rubén Albarrán, leader of Café Tacvba joined them to interpret some of their best hits in a very particular way.   Giorgio Brindesi  The experienced DJ Mexican producer, part of the German record label Bunny Tiger and CommonSense Records, played a set full of deep house and nudisco, with new wave passages. His act was faithful to his European electronic influences and his beloved synthpop.

Centavrvs
The project fuses electronic beats with a Mexican flavor. At Guadalupe Valley Festival they delivered a very powerful and energetic performance. There is no doubt that Demián Gálvez and Dj Rayo, leaders of the band, found the perfect formula to share a lot of experimentation and electro on the dance floors.

Deap Vally
The Californian couple integrated by Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards drove from Los Angeles, California, to El Valle de Guadalupe and met an audience that was waiting for their surprising performance. Their show was based on strident rock and garage riff. They couldn't have been any better.

Cat Power
Charlyn Marie Marshall, better known as Cat Power, delivered pure poetry on stage. She performed for over an hour and her songs from her entire discography were accompanied by her piano and guitar, creating an atmosphere similar to the warm evening that approached.

Mi Banda el Mexicano ft. Rubén Albarrán from Café Tacvba
All the way from Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Don Casimiro Zamudio and Mi Banda el Mexicano gave some Mexican spice to the night. They surprised the public when Rubén Albarrán, leader of Café Tacvba joined them to interpret some of their best hits in a very particular way.

Giorgio Brindesi
The experienced DJ Mexican producer, part of the German record label Bunny Tiger and CommonSense Records, played a set full of deep house and nudisco, with new wave passages. His act was faithful to his European electronic influences and his beloved synthpop.

  YokoO  Hypnotic beats and psychedelic atmospheres are the specialty of Julien Beltzung, who played a melodic and seductive set of house in different rhythmic currents. The show was surrounded by rocky mountains and vineyards of the esplanade of Monte Xanic.   FRANCESCA LOMBARDO  This Italian girl loved this experience! Her classical music education allows her to have enough sensitivity to create sets that blend with the night and the mood of the people. Her musical selection for Valley Fest included a range of techno, house and deep house, she even shred the stage with Navid Izadi for a while... which connected with the public in the last edition of the festival.   REBOLLEDO VS BARNT  The festival hosted two of the most important producers of the electronic scene in a back to back. On one hand, Mauricio Rebolledo, founder of the Hippie Dance Records; on the other hand, the German Daniel Ansorge, Barnt, one of the emblematic DJs of the Kompakt Records of Germany. We had a night that felt like a ritual, full of techno with dark, melodic moments, set by classic tracks from their respective labels.   Alejandro Franco  Alejandro Franco, founder of the festival and Publisher of WARP, has been in charge of taking the decks to put an end to more than 12 hours of music and gastronomy in the past editions of the Valley of Guadalupe Festival. His experience behind the turntables and his unique musical selection has become the signature closure of this festival year after year.

YokoO
Hypnotic beats and psychedelic atmospheres are the specialty of Julien Beltzung, who played a melodic and seductive set of house in different rhythmic currents. The show was surrounded by rocky mountains and vineyards of the esplanade of Monte Xanic.

FRANCESCA LOMBARDO
This Italian girl loved this experience! Her classical music education allows her to have enough sensitivity to create sets that blend with the night and the mood of the people. Her musical selection for Valley Fest included a range of techno, house and deep house, she even shred the stage with Navid Izadi for a while... which connected with the public in the last edition of the festival.

REBOLLEDO VS BARNT
The festival hosted two of the most important producers of the electronic scene in a back to back. On one hand, Mauricio Rebolledo, founder of the Hippie Dance Records; on the other hand, the German Daniel Ansorge, Barnt, one of the emblematic DJs of the Kompakt Records of Germany. We had a night that felt like a ritual, full of techno with dark, melodic moments, set by classic tracks from their respective labels.

Alejandro Franco
Alejandro Franco, founder of the festival and Publisher of WARP, has been in charge of taking the decks to put an end to more than 12 hours of music and gastronomy in the past editions of the Valley of Guadalupe Festival. His experience behind the turntables and his unique musical selection has become the signature closure of this festival year after year.

the chefs

 Chef  Mario Peralta  from Fuego Cocina del Valle presented a fried tortilla ceviche and a noodle taco with shrimp. This is a dish designed for all the late nights or (also, why not?) for those looking for a fuel snack to start the party.   Asaf Doktor  from Dok made some crab tamales. A Mexican recipe brought all the way from Tel Aviv or, perhaps, an isrealite recipe rethought for Valle de Guadalupe. Anyway, this “tamalito” is sweet, maritime and totally appetizing.   Iñaki Aizpitart e from LeChateaubriand cooked some AXOA. It’s mixture of veal, peppers, chilies and onions. A stew for outdoor days, for large areas of vineyards and hills. Is it hot? Yes, but what is life without spice?

Chef Mario Peralta from Fuego Cocina del Valle presented a fried tortilla ceviche and a noodle taco with shrimp. This is a dish designed for all the late nights or (also, why not?) for those looking for a fuel snack to start the party.

Asaf Doktor from Dok made some crab tamales. A Mexican recipe brought all the way from Tel Aviv or, perhaps, an isrealite recipe rethought for Valle de Guadalupe. Anyway, this “tamalito” is sweet, maritime and totally appetizing.

Iñaki Aizpitarte from LeChateaubriand cooked some AXOA. It’s mixture of veal, peppers, chilies and onions. A stew for outdoor days, for large areas of vineyards and hills. Is it hot? Yes, but what is life without spice?

  JOAQUIN CARDOSO  from LOUP BAR refreshed everyone with tuna, chickpea and eggplant. A kind of ceviche with Asian and herbal accents.   SOFÍA CORTINA  from Hotel Carlota amused everyone with fair style sweets. Some of the sweets were: caramelized popcorn, grilled banana covered with ice cream & sweet potato French fried.   ADRIA MARINA  from Don Ramen and Azarosa roasted corn with curry, peanuts & cilantro. At this point it’s already clear that the central theme of these meals: the fair, the game. The corn was between sharp, herbal and crunchy is pure celebration.   Javier Plascencia  is a person with a natural curiosity for taste and uses ingredients from the fields, farms, land and sea of Baja California. There are no limits to his culinary vision. He studied in San Diego and opened his first restaurant in Tijuana in 1989. Nowadays he is one of the most SUCCESSFUL entrepreneurs of the region, with several establishments like: Finca Altozano, Erizo, Misión 19… just to name a few, all with innovative concepts.

JOAQUIN CARDOSO from LOUP BAR refreshed everyone with tuna, chickpea and eggplant. A kind of ceviche with Asian and herbal accents.

SOFÍA CORTINA from Hotel Carlota amused everyone with fair style sweets. Some of the sweets were: caramelized popcorn, grilled banana covered with ice cream & sweet potato French fried.

ADRIA MARINA from Don Ramen and Azarosa roasted corn with curry, peanuts & cilantro. At this point it’s already clear that the central theme of these meals: the fair, the game. The corn was between sharp, herbal and crunchy is pure celebration.

Javier Plascencia is a person with a natural curiosity for taste and uses ingredients from the fields, farms, land and sea of Baja California. There are no limits to his culinary vision. He studied in San Diego and opened his first restaurant in Tijuana in 1989. Nowadays he is one of the most SUCCESSFUL entrepreneurs of the region, with several establishments like: Finca Altozano, Erizo, Misión 19… just to name a few, all with innovative concepts.

  enrique olvera  from pujol and cosme wowed with a snail tlayuda with bean paste. He brought his genius and created a treasured dish with an explosion of flavors!   dante ferrero  from la vaca es mía presented an entire cow. Holy cow! A heroic slow cooked 24-hour grill, outdoors, without any sleep.   Miguel Ángel Guerrero  from la querencia bajamed and la esperanza bajamed is the creator of BajaMed cuisine and roasted “a la vuelta y vuelta”. The meat barely touches the grill, so it acquires just a little bit of grime.

enrique olvera from pujol and cosme wowed with a snail tlayuda with bean paste. He brought his genius and created a treasured dish with an explosion of flavors!

dante ferrero from la vaca es mía presented an entire cow. Holy cow! A heroic slow cooked 24-hour grill, outdoors, without any sleep.

Miguel Ángel Guerrero from la querencia bajamed and la esperanza bajamed is the creator of BajaMed cuisine and roasted “a la vuelta y vuelta”. The meat barely touches the grill, so it acquires just a little bit of grime.