The BPM Festival: Costa Rica Drops Phase 2 Lineup for 2022

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Art Department, AMÉMÉ, DJ Tennis, WhoMadeWho, Yulia Niko, and more have been added to The BPM Festival: Costa Rica 2022 lineup!

The end of the year is nearing and that means the hype for The BPM Festival: Costa Rica 2022 can truly begin. Returning to Tamarindo, Costa Rica on January 12-18, 2022, this renowned festival brings some of the best names in the realm of house and techno to its stages and is looking to be a surefire hit for its 15th Anniversary. Now, after delivering a stunning initial lineup earlier this year, they’ve double-downed with even more fantastic artists and showcases to delight those who make the trek.

While the first artists to be announced on the star-studded lineup included the likes of Matthias Tanzmann, Paco Osuna, Nicole Moudaber, Jamie Jones, Joseph Capriati, and more, the second phase acts as a proper cherry on top for lovers of the underground. Beloved artists such as Audiofly, Birds of Mind, DJ Tennis, m.O.N.R.O.E., Marco Faraone, Art Department, Stefano Noferini, and AMÉMÉ have been added to the list for The BPM Festival: Costa Rica next year.

Additionally, The BPM Festival: Costa Rica is set to play host to a number of newly-added showcases as well. From Balearica and From The South to Miami’s Hurry Up Slowly and Iberican powerhouse Stereo Productions, there’s plenty in store for anyone who journeys to the lush location in Tamarindo during that week in January. Additionally, BPM has announced The BPM Festival presents showcases as well, which are set to feature Hernan Cattaneo, Marco Carola, Anfisa Letyago, Gaetano Parisio, and Jeff Mills to name a few.

As for the venues, the 2022 edition brings four custom-built stages that were crafted by Konyo Factory Productions in The Jungle and Canopy areas. Daytime events will be hosted at Ocho Beach Club, while evening shows can be caught at Chiquitas and El Garito as well. All venues will be cashless and contactless, and the entire festival will be live streamed via Beatport Live, Balearica, and Ibiza Sonica for fans around the world to tune in.

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!

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