The 2022 edition of the ‘Baja Beach Best’ took place with no reported incidents according to Secretary of State Tourism, Miguel Aguiñiga Rodríguez, who stated that there were no incidents in its development and the area was shielded by citizen protection corporations.
“We have an edition that is developing successfully, with a large attendance and that has allowed a tangible economic spill, which could exceed that registered during 2021, both in Rosarito and Tijuana,” said the state official, adding that the and the attendees “have not only enjoyed an extraordinary event, but also a tourism industry that offers them a variety of services that have been up there with the best”.
“In this way, Rosarito confirms that it is an excellent destination, where you find fun and safety,” he said.
Aguiñiga reported that to offer better logistics for Baja Beach Fest attendees, the number of shuttle buses available in Tijuana has been increased for those who may be experiencing transportation problems. Likewise, the highway and toll roads are clear and without restrictions.
There were no border crossing issues with all staff, artists, and staff, nor in the surrounding areas or within the festival grounds.
All associated hotels in Tijuana, Rosarito, and Greater Baja have not reported any incidents and reported normal operations, he pointed out.
The festival program unfolded as planned and those who will appear during the closing hours of the event will do so without mishap.
He asserted that the Ministry of Tourism is working permanently with the Security Coordination Table, to continue providing attendees of the ‘Baja Beach Fest 2022’ and, in general, the tourists who visit Baja California this weekend, a destination that meets your expectations in a safe environment.