Bad Moon, Good Times

San Antonio's largest music festival returns with big-name acts and more

San Antonio's largest music festival returns with big lineup

Juice Wrld will headline along with Russ, Miguel, and Diplo. Photo courtesy of Mala Luna

San Antonio's largest music festival is back for a fourth year — and bringing some big-name acts into town to celebrate. On July 12, Mala Luna revealed the lineup for the 2019 fest, taking place October 26-27 downtown.

Leading the lineup is Russ and Miguel performing on day one, with Diplo and Juice Wrld topping the bill on day two. Also slated to perform is Playboi Carti, DaBaby, Trippie Redd, Lil Keed, CalBoy, 10k.Caash, DaniLeigh, Megan Thee Stallion, and Guapdad 4000. 

According to a release, organizers paid particular attention to curating a female-focused lineup, complete with Summer Walker, Jessie Reyez, Ari Lennox UMI, Alaina Castillo, and more. And, considering this is Texas, Mala Luna will also spotlight up-and-coming local acts, including FRITOGANG, Hoodlum, Jay Wile, and Doeman.

The parking lot at Nelson Wolff Stadium will once again transform for the two-day affair. In between musical sets, attendees can enjoy live art installations and local food vendors and merchants. And if last year is any indication, Mala Luna's pre-Halloween weekend dates will ensure a fun, festive, and possibly freaky atmosphere, with Dia de los Muertos celebrations and more.

Tickets for Mala Luna are currently on sale, and begin at $79 for one-day general admission and $109 for two-day weekend passes. VIP packages, including the Black Moon ($159), Harvest Moon ($179), and Fly Me to the Moon ($399), are also available. A portion of Mala Luna's proceeds go to the Miracle League of San Antonio.