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Rha reminds us that we are water flowing. In wixárika, the language of the indigenous people of Mexico’s Nayarit region, “Rha” means the water that flows, and flowing is a reference of their journey of life. The water that is flowing is the same water that evaporates, the water that rains and returns.

Out & About PV was at RHA Festival 2019 to be part of the commitment of this event to bring quality underground dance music with a line-up already stacked with top talent from around the globe like Lee Burridge, Guy Gerber, Bedouin, Nic Fanciulli, Lauren Lane and amny others, all bringing their singular strains of house and techno.

RHA had two 2 stages, after adding a second stage last year, set in a unique natural amphitheater, just steps from the main-stage, perched next to the ocean, providing amazing views of Riviera Nayarit. Located just a two hour flight from Los Angeles, Riviera Nayarit is off the well trodden tourist track, a land of wixárikas indigenous cultural heritage, and is in the country’s safest region, just 45 minutes from Puerto Vallarta.

Punta Mita, where RHA’s festival hotel sponsor, W Punta Mita, is located, offers world class amenities, surfing, fishing and a full water sports program, boat excursions to the UNESCO protected Marietas Islands and picturesque beachfront pueblos, all surrounded by the deep blue seas of the Pacific and the spectacular Sierra Madre Mountains.

The stunning beats, the amazing views and the atmosphere made by the people from all around the world, made of RHA festival an event that you cannot miss the next year. See you on 2020!

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