BPM Costa Rica Reveals Colorful 2023 Lineup
Karan Singh — 7 seconds ago
With the full 2023 lineup now out, BPM Costa Rica will return to Tamarindo at the end of the month for its sophomore event in the country.
The BPM Festival has become one of the leading brands of house and techno across the world — this is no secret. Over the years, the festival has popped up in some of the most enchanting destinations, from Portugal to Mexico to Tel Aviv. Additionally, they’ve hosted a series of satellite events in Bali, Brazil, Dubai, and Ibiza, among others.
One of their most recent flagship locations is the surf district of Tamarindo in Costa Rica. After the first BPM event in the area two years ago, organizers struggled to revive it in 2021 and 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The good news is they never gave up, and BPM Costa Rica is now back for its sophomore installment! With the full lineup out now, be sure to purchase your tickets here before they run out.
Scheduled to take place at the end of the month, from January 25–29, BPM Costa Rica will feature some of EDM’s finest from across the globe. If the Phase 1 lineup announcement didn’t already stir up enough excitement, its follow-up should finally settle any doubts. The finalized roster is topped by Boris, Guti, Hugel, Jospeh Capriati, Pablo Ceballos, Vanjee, Stefano Noferini, Shermanology, and a reunion set by Art Department.
The five-day event is set to showcase the talents of over 90 artists. This tasteful blend of indie, local, international and mainstream (with a range of overlaps) is not exclusive to any one type of fan. It doesn’t matter if you find comfort in the familiar or in exploring new sounds because BPM is curated to accommodate it all.
The Phase 1 lineup was already impressive enough for ticket sales to skyrocket. Audiofly, Bedouin, Hernán, Gioli & Assia, Stacey Pullen, and Danny Tenaglia were some of the names that elevated that initial announcements, and the latest and final reveal has sealed the deal — BPM is returning to Tamarindo with a bang to let fans know that Costa Rica is now a base for the organization.
Tamarindo is best known for its stunning vegetation and ecotourism. For those taking a break from the non-stop party that’ll go on from Wednesday into Sunday, the region is ripe with national parks, beaches, and jungles. Having bounced back from the coronavirus, Costa Rica is now welcoming tourists again. The BPM festival will mark a new era for the country as music lovers from around the world travel there to show their love for EDM as well as the natural beauty of the area.