Organisers of The BPM Festival: Costa Rica have revealed the final names for the 2nd edition this coming January. Over 80 artists have recently been added to the already stacked underground lineup!
The event will once again feature house and techno’s finest DJs & producers, hosting various label showcases and party brands across multiple venues and stages throughout Tamarindo and in the jungle for seven days and nights.
New acts joining the BPM team in Tamarindo will be Audiofly, Birds of Mind, Diplo, DJ Tennis, Marco Faraone, Pablo Ceballos, Sharam, WhoMadeWho (live), and more. They’ve also announced a special Art Department reunion set with Jonny White and Kenny Glasgow playing back-to-back.
Newly added brand & stage hosts include Bandidos, Hurry Up Slowly, Stereo Productions, The Other Side and Yoyaku.
With the 2021 edition having been postponed due to Covid, it’s great to see the festival’s return!
The BPM Festival: Costa Rica 2022 – full lineup (flyer)
As we previously covered, headliners include Carl Craig, Jamie Jones, Jeff Mills, The Martinez Brothers and Ricardo Villalobos. Other legendary names such as Loco Dice, Marco Carola, Richy Ahmed, DJ Chus and Dubfire are also on the impressive card.
Tickets, travel & essential info
At the time of writing, multi-day festival passes were available at Tier 2 pricing (Tier 1 is sold out). A 7-day pass will give you access to all 30+ showcases and events, with 3-day weekend passes covering all shows from Friday 14 Jan to Sunday 16 Jan.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, also consider Booking.com for more cheap flights & other accommodation options.
The BPM Festival: Costa Rica will take place in the idyllic surf town of Tamarindo in Costa Rica from January 12 – 18, 2022. Visit their website for more information.
The BPM Festival: Costa Rica 2020 thank you video:
More about The BPM Festival
The BPM Festival started back in 2008 in the beach resort town of Playa Del Carmen in Mexico, initially as a post-New Year’s gathering of industry professionals (the name stands for “Bartenders, Promoters, and Musicians’’).
In 2017, BPM also launched a regular European addition, The BPM Festival: Portugal, and have also hosted several one-off events in leading dance music hotspots including Bali, Barcelona, Beirut, Brazil, Dubai, Ibiza, Mykonos, New York City, Toronto and Zurich.
In 2013, The BPM Festival won ‘International Festival’ from the DJ Awards in Ibiza and in 2016 was nominated by International Dance Music Awards for ‘Best Music Event’ for a third year in a row. In addition, The BPM Festival won “Best Festival” in the EMPO Awards in 2015 with a nomination in 2016.
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