Vibra Urbana Miami 2024

Vibra Urbana Miami 2024

FEBRUARY 17-18, 2024


Perrear with the world’s top reggaeton artists in the Latin music capital of the world: Miami.

If Hollywood is the heart of cinema and Nashville the heart of country, Miami is the heart, head, and soul of reggaeton. Vibra Urbana, the one of the country’s biggest reggaeton festivals, returns to Miami this February. Over two days, some of the biggest contributors to a worldwide perreo will vibe in the Florida heat. Reggaeton has been a mainstay in the United States for more than two decades, and Miami, with its pulsing clubs, sunny beaches and frequent flights in and out of Latin America, is the place to feel the vibra. 

Headliners include dreamy, Puerto Rican Rauw Alejandro, whose 2023 engagement to and subsequent split from iconic Rosalía sparked headlines and whose smooth dance moves are a fixture of his shows; blonde, Argentine Nicki Nicole, known for her baby voice and her collaborations with other artists like Young Miko and Rels B, both also headlining; and Puerto Rican rapper Anuel AA, who samples from throwback hits and keeps his hair cropped into microbangs. Indeed, reggaeton is all about collaboration: at Vibra Urbana, artists will perform solo and together, ensuring attendees can hear all their top hits.

Doors open both days at 1 p.m. to an open food court, which will serve cuisines from across Latin America. If you’re Latinx, bring the flag of your country of origin; attendees proudly wave the red, blue and yellow flags of Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela, or the blue, white and red of Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Dress like if Coachella took place south of the border: bathing suits, glitter, tropical shirts, big sunglasses.

The Specs

  • Across 4 cities, Vibra Urbana racked up 90,000 attendees
  • Two-day GA tickets are currently going for $189. Single-day GA tickets are $119. Two-day GA+ passes, which include priority entry, air-conditioned bathrooms, and hydration stations cost $269; single-day GA+ tickets are $169. VIP passes, which offer a special viewing area, private bars, and priority access, are currently $419 for both days, or $239 for one. The top ticket level — “Leyenda” —costs $999 and includes an open bar, a front-row viewing area, a concierge, a gift bag and more.
  • Download the Vibra Urbana Mobile App, available on the App Store and the Google Play Store, for up-to-date information on lineup and schedule.
  • Check out our guide for the Best Things to Do in Miami while you’re in town. 


What is the closest airport to Vibra Urbana Miami?

Plan to fly into Miami International Airport, a quick 22 minute drive to the Miami-Dade County Fair and & Expo Center.

What time does the festival start?

The venue will open at 1:00pm on both Saturday and Sunday.

Can I use cash to buy food and drinks?

No, Vibra Urbana is cashless, so plan on using a credit or debit card. But if you want to use cash, the festival will have stations to convert cash to prepaid Visa cards. 

What sort of food will be available?

Vibra Urbana will have a food court with cuisines from across Latin America.

Which artists are on the Vibra Urbana lineup?

Currently, the Vibra Urbana lineup includes Anuel AA, Farruko, Jay Wheeler, Young Miko, Rauw Alejandro, Arcángel, Ivy Queen, Rels B, Nicki Nicole, Piso 21, Angel Dior, Yovngchimi, Alvaro Diaz, Luar La L, Ovi, Omar Courtz, Dei-V, Hades 66, Chesca, Hozwal, Venesti, Roxyv, Kneezy, Mario Duran, DJ Zaga, Silva, DJ Luxx, Charly & Joharyon, Gale, Chris Palace, Aron Luix, Mel Granda, Vibarco, Bariovier, Mario Duran, DJ Zaga, and Siilva.


Vibra Urbana 2024 - Lineup Poster


BY Sara Luzuriaga