- The debut edition of the eco-friendly event will take place in the Mexican town of Valle de Bravo in May.
UEI Festival has revealed full details surrounding its inaugural event, running from May 1st through 4th.
Located in the scenic Mexican town of Valle de Bravo, the four-day festival will aim to "promote environmental awareness and forward-thinking sounds," according to a press release. The lineup is made up exclusively of local talent, with over 50 acts booked to perform. Popular DJs such as Miguel Puente, Climbers, Bastard Love, Balcazar & Sordo, Louie Fresco, The Midnight Perverts and Akbal Music chief Robbie Akbal will all feature, alongside a slew of up-and-coming electronic artists. As well as the music, UEI will host a range of educational activities, conferences and workshops, all with a strong ecological line. The action will start daily at 12:30 PM, running through until 11:30 PM.