Electric Zoo Adventures Drops Dates for Upcoming Cancún Edition

Electric Zoo Adventures: Cancún 2021
Photo Credit: Lenshouse

After a rowdy debut edition in 2021, Electric Zoo Adventures is set to make its return to Cancún on December 1-5 this year.

When two of the biggest brands in the festival and experience scene get together, magic typically happens. That’s what occurred last year as Electric Zoo and Pollen Presents joined forces to craft up Electric Zoo Adventures: Cancún Edition. This merging of the minds resulted in an impressive experience for attendees who flocked South during the cold, winter months as they were treated to sets from top-tier artists and had the chance to get some fun in the sun.

Those who make their way to Electric Zoo Adventures: Cancún Edition on December 1-5 will be able to do everything from dancing the day and night away at pool and beach parties to participating in beach volleyball tournaments and plenty more activities as well. While the lineup is yet to be revealed, the past edition featured the likes of Kaskade, NGHTMRE, Alesso, Steve Aoki, Adventure Club, and more – so expect plenty of big names to show up this year.

There are also plenty of packages available from Pollen for Electric Zoo Adventures: Cancún Edition that will give attendees the best access possible for the festival. This includes hotels such as Grand Oasis Cancún, The Pyramid at Grand Oasis, Omni Cancún, Hard Rock Hotel Cancún Deluxe, and Oasis Palm Hotel, along with other add ons that range from ziplining and speed boat adventures to tequila tasting and more.

The first edition of Electric Zoo Adventures in Cancún sold out quickly and the upcoming edition is sure to do the same. So make sure you sign up now via Pollen for updates and check out the trailer below.

Watch the trailer for Electric Zoo Adventures: Cancún on YouTube:

Electric Zoo Adventures: Cancún 

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