The BPM Festival: Costa Rica Drops Lineup for 2022 Edition

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Loco Dice, Michael Bibi, Nicole Moudaber, Skream, and more will be celebrating the 15th anniversary of The BPM Festival in Costa Rica!

Although their 2021 edition might have been postponed, The BPM Festival: Costa Rica is running full steam ahead for their forthcoming week of unreal house and techno grooves in early 2022. Set to take place on January 12-18 in Tamarindo, Costa Rica, the renowned festival will be celebrating its 15th anniversary in style with a plethora of stunning showcases and beloved artists alike in the lush, tropical paradise.

Notable artists who are set to play include the likes of Michael Bibi, Nicole Moudaber, Chus, Luciano, Skream, Matthias Tanzmann, Paco Osuna, and The Martinez Brothers, but there’s plenty more in store as well. Special sets will be in abundance, such as legendary DJs Jeff Mills and Ricardo Villalobos who will make their BPM Festival debut, along with Detlef, Jamie Jones, and Joseph Capriati who have yet to play in Costa Rica during the festival. Further, showcases ranging from Mood vs Mindshake and Luciano & Friends to SCI+TEC and SlapFunk will surely be experiences attendees won’t want to miss.

Those planning on heading to Tamarindo in January next year can book their stay at the official hotel partner, Tamarindo Diria, which is centrally located and the only beachfront in the city. Packages include 7, 10, and 14-day options for those who want to maximize their trip and three extra days can be added on before or after the festival starts or ends for some extra fun in the sun while in Costa Rica. And as an added bonus, those staying at the Tamarindo Diria will be blessed with a BPM Welcome Party that’s exclusive for hotel guests. Head over to their website for more information and reservations.

While the packages might be enticing, those opting to make their own plans and grab tickets to The BPM Festival: Costa Rica can do that as well. Seven-day passes are available now, and are also backed by a flexible ticketing policy that allows for credit, resale, or refund options if attendees can’t make the trip. It’s also important to note that international attendees must follow all COVID-19 entry guidelines from the Costa Rican government, including completing the health pass form that can be found on their site and obtaining travel insurance.

Are you ready to get a dose of the best house and techno sounds on the planet in this tropical paradise? Head over to XTixs to grab passes for The BPM Festival: Costa Rica and let us know if you plan to attend!

The BPM Festival: Costa Rica 2022 Lineup:

The BPM Festival: Costa Rica 2022 Lineup

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