The esteemed BPM Festival: Costa Rica has officially announced the dates for its 2024 edition, set to take place from January 24th to 28th. This follows the festival’s successful 3-day Easter edition and several summer pop-ups. Located in the picturesque Tamarindo, this 5-day event offers attendees an opportunity to immerse themselves in both a rich musical experience and the scenic beauty of Costa Rica.
The initial lineup showcases more than 60 illustrious names from the house and techno music industries. Notable artists such as Bedouin, Carlo Lio, DJ Holographic, and Eagles & Butterflies are slated to perform. Additionally, several performers, including Eagles & Butterflies from British Innervisions and Franky Rizardo, will make their debut on the BPM Costa Rica stage. The festival also promises label showcases, with confirmed names like Neverdogs’ Bamboleo and Carlo Lio and Nathan Barato’s Rawthentic among them.
The BPM Festival, with its dedication to providing a holistic experience, will host events amidst the verdant Costa Rican jungles, boasting three dedicated jungle stages. Furthermore, a new sunset beachside venue will be introduced for this edition. Daytime pop-up parties will be curated in Tamarindo’s central locations, Chiquita’s and El Moro, enhancing the festival’s diverse offerings.
In a strategic collaboration with TULU Travel, attendees are offered exclusive 5-night accommodation packages, providing options such as the iconic Hotel Diria and the adults-only Jardin Del Eden. These packages, available for separate purchase from festival passes, offer additional amenities, including roundtrip airport transfers and daily breakfast buffets.
Interested individuals can now secure their 5-day or 3-day weekend passes via the festival’s official website.
Background on Tamarindo: Recognized for its emphasis on ecotourism, Tamarindo offers a balance of serene beaches and lush jungles. This location epitomizes The BPM Festival’s commitment to merging world-class talent with unparalleled natural settings.
About The BPM Festival: Initiated in 2008 as a post-New Year’s Eve gathering, The BPM Festival has steadily expanded its global footprint, with events in countries such as Portugal and Tel Aviv. The festival’s mission revolves around delivering unmatched techno and house music experiences, with further global editions expected throughout 2023.