The BPM Festival: Costa Rica to Return in January

J.M. Lesinski
Paco Osuna and Nicole Moudaber perform at The BPM Festival: Costa Rica 2020.Photo byPhoto courtesy of Elena Yec and The BPM Festival.

After two years of uncertainty with the COVID-19 pandemic, The BPM Festival: Costa Rica will make its long-awaited return to the coast of Tamarindo for its triumphant sophomore edition. The festival will start on January 25th and will go until January 29th, 2023, for a five-day celebration full of amazing house, electronic, and techno artists.

Following an inadvertent cancellation of The BPM Festival in 2022, the BPM team has been working tirelessly to get things rolling again. The festival will be welcoming back a number of returning favorites, like Audiofly, as well as new and other notable acts including Giolî & Assia, Danny Tenaglia, Hernán Cattaneo and Neverdogs, DJ Sharam, Carl Craig and Stacey Pullen, Bedouin, East End Dubs, Bastidas, Carloh, Carlo Lio, Cortes, DJ Holographic, DJ Minx, Gaetano Parisio, Jesse Calosso, Loco Dice, Malóne, Mason Collective, Ms. Mada, Rony Seikaly, Sounds of Rituals, Technasia, William Djoko, Yaya, and Vintage Culture, amongst a few already announced with more names still to come.

Tamarindo’s prime location for exploring Costa Rica’s abundant national parks, beaches, and jungles makes it the perfect backdrop to the latest chapter in The BPM Festival’s story. Partnering with the BPM Festival this year is TULU Travel, which is offering 4 and 7-night full-service accommodation packages at several hotels in the heart of Tamarindo. The hotel accommodations are sold separately from festival passes and include roundtrip airport transfers, daily breakfast buffets, yoga classes, and more. For those interested in purchasing a five-day pass, they are available for purchase here.

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