Nicaragua’s most exclusive Eco Beach Festival
What is Sunset Fest?
Free yourself from mainstream
Sunset Fest is an Exclusive Eco Beach Festival that takes place in Playa Marsella (15 min drive from San Juan del Sur) every Saturday from 1 PM to 7 PM. It is a combination of live music, games, sports, drinks and food.
$25 ($20 if you stay at Hola Ola Hostel) gets you into our pool pre party, transportation to the beach, live performance from the Rollin Joints, delicious BBQ burger or vegetarian option for lunch, beach games, bonfire and the best times at a tropical beach paradise.
Sunset Fest was launch with the goal of creating an alternative event to the electronic music hype. An event focused on sustainable tourism and environmental leadership. An event tailored for those that love music, meeting people and taking care of the planet.
How and When?
The price of Sunset Fest is $25 ($20 if you are staying at Hola Ola Hostel).
This price includes:
We are innovators
We believe in making the world a better place
We are active, fun and adventurous
We free ourselves from mainstream
We love live music and music festivals
We give back to the community
How is Sunset Fest giving back?
One of the objectives of Sunset Fest is to bring positive effects to everybody in the community, locals, expats and travelers alike. This is why we have taken different initiatives to ensure everybody can enjoy this event comfortably knowing that Sunset Fest isn’t just another party, it has a purpose.
We have eliminated trash from Sunset Fest. We use kegs instead of beer cans; we give people our reusable Sunset Eco Cup instead of plastic cups; and the little plastic that is used is recycled through in different projects, from arts and crafts, to gardening to construction.
Not only we do not produce trash, we are also trying to raise awareness about beach pollution by organizing bi-weekly beach cleanups with travelers, expats and members of the local community.
Helping Hand for Nicaragua
20% of all the proceeds from Sunset Fest goes into supporting the social and ecological projects ran by the non-profit program "Helping Hand for Nicaragua". These projects include intercultural programs focused on nurturing local children, recycling projects that provide income for families with little resources, reforestation projects and more. For more information please visit Helping Hand for Nicaragua’s website.