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The BPM Festival: Costa Rica unveils full 2023 lineup


The BPM Festival: Costa Rica has officially unveiled its full 2023 lineup and daily schedules in anticipation of its fast-approaching sophomore edition taking place at the end of the month. From Wednesday, January 25th to Sunday, January 29th, the highly-anticipated and globally-renowned festival is slated to make its grand return to the idyllic beaches of Tamarindo, Costa Rica since its debut edition in 2020.

The BPM Festival: Costa Rica is making an emphatic return with a highly-anticipated weekend of revelry at their flagship spiritual home. Maturing from a small-scale gathering for industry professionals into a go-to destination for music lovers all over the world, BPM remains true to its roots, and for its next venture, fans can expect their signature decor and cutting-edge production, as well as a few firsts for the illustrious brand.

Joining AudioflyBedouinCarl CraigDanny TenagliaGioli & AssiaHernán CattaneoStacey Pullen, and many more dance music heavyweights, is Amitia special Art Department reunion set with Jonny White and Kenny GlasgowBorisGuti (LIVE)HugelJoseph Capriati, Pablo CeballosStefano Noferini, and over 50 additional names.

For those traveling internationally for the event, Costa Rica is open to all visitors with flights available to Liberia International Airport (LIR), only one hour from Tamarindo by car, and San José International Airport (SJO), located four hours away by car. The BPM Festival has partnered with TULU Travel, offering 4 and 7-night full-service accommodation packages at several hotels situated within the heart of Tamarindo.

Sold separately from festival passes, travelers can still choose between the iconic Hotel Diria, the adults-only Jardin Del Eden, the chic Wyndham, and the Cala Luna; one of the only hotels in Guanacaste that remains green throughout the year. Ranging from $680 to $1655 per person, select packages include roundtrip airport transfers, daily breakfast buffets, yoga classes, and more. Limited packages remain available for reservation at bpmtulu.com


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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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