The BPM Festival: Costa Rica is gearing up for an unforgettable experience in 2023 as it reveals its full lineup and daily schedules for the highly-anticipated event.
From Wednesday, January 25th to Sunday, January 29th, music lovers from all over the world will gather on the idyllic beaches of Tamarindo, Costa Rica for five days of non-stop entertainment and revelry.
Since its debut in 2020, BPM Costa Rica has grown from a small gathering for industry professionals to a must-visit destination for dance music enthusiasts. With its signature decor and cutting-edge production, as well as a few new twists, fans can expect a true celebration of house and techno music.
The festival’s phase 1 lineup already boasts a roster of world-class names, including Audiofly, Bedouin, Carl Craig, Danny Tenaglia, Gioli & Assia, Hernán Cattaneo, Stacey Pullen, and many more dance music heavyweights. The festival will also feature a special Art Department reunion set with Jonny White and Kenny Glasgow, Boris, Guti (LIVE), Hugel, Joseph Capriati, Pablo Ceballos, Stefano Noferini, and a host of up-and-coming and established artists from the underground dance music scene.
In addition to these headliners, the festival is thrilled to announce the addition of over 50 acts in its phase 2 lineup, including BPM mainstay Art Department, techno maestros Boris and Joseph Capriati, rising Latin House producer Hugel, Spanish tech-house don Pablo Ceballos, Italian electronic music veteran Stefano Noferini, NYC-based DJ Vanjee, and more.
Exciting new showcases include 4×2 Toronto, Jesse Calosso’s Boogeyman, Carl Craig’s Detroit Love concept, East End Dubs’ Eastenderz, Loco Dice’s Serán Bendecidos, and returning fan-favorite YA’AHH MUUL. Neverdogs’ Bamboleo, Yaya’s Tamango, and Carlo Lio and Nathan Barato’s Rawthentic will also be joining forces for a must-see collective showcase.
Hurry Up Slowly, a fast-rising experiential event concept from Miami, and Toronto-based venue Soluna, will also be making their BPM Costa Rica debuts, and festival-goers can look forward to a variety of special showcases that will be making their BPM debut, including From The South, a curated takeover from Manchester outfit Mason Collective’s MVSON, and Qlub.
For those traveling from overseas, Costa Rica is open to all visitors with flights available to Liberia International Airport (LIR), only one hour from Tamarindo by car, and San José International Airport (SJO), located four hours away by car.
The BPM Festival has partnered with TULU Travel to offer 4 and 7-night full-service accommodation packages at several hotels in Tamarindo, including the iconic Hotel Diria, the adults-only Jardin Del Eden, the chic Wyndham, and the ever-green Cala Luna.
These packages, which range from $680 to $1655 per person, include roundtrip airport transfers, daily breakfast buffets, yoga classes, and more.
For those eager to join in on the excitement, single-day, 3-day weekend, and 5-day pass for the BPM Festival: Costa Rica is available for purchase now.
Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to experience the best in-house and techno music in one of the world’s most breathtaking destinations.
Written by: Artificial Intelligence Technology