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The BPM Festival: Portugal reveal full line-up with over 150 acts revealed

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The BPM Festival have revealed the full lineup for their European debut on 14th – 17th September.

Set to bring their globally respected festival to Portugal’s stunning coastal towns Portimão and Lagoa, The BPM Festival’s upcoming chapter sees over 150 acts confirmed to perform across four-days plus a discerning selection of brand showcases also in tow.

Packed full with electronic tastemakers, party starters and exciting new talent, the full lineup for The BPM Festival: Portugal certainly lays the foundation for an impressive debut. Joining techno pioneers Richie Hawtin and Nicole Moudaber is the masterful Paul Kalkbrenner and Paco Osuna, while UK selectors Eats Everything and Skream are also confirmed. Mobilee co-founder Anja Schneider and Ovum Records boss Josh Wink further emphasise the festival’s high-quality music offering, as well as the additions of Guti, Cassy and Art Department. German production wizard Reboot is scheduled to make his official BPM festival debut, joining emerging DJ Peggy Gou plus many, many more.

As The BPM Festival’s first multi-day event in Europe, the expansion to Portugal extends the brand’s decade-long prominence as the go-to festival for fans of quality underground dance music. Presenting over 20 party brands and label showcases from around the world, The BPM Festival: Portugal will take place across six venues in the adjacent coastal municipalities of Portimão and Lagoa. For its daytime programming, Portimão’s newest beach club Blanco Beach will host daily beachfront parties, including Stereo Productions and Lee Burridge’s All Day I Dream on its glistening golden sand while Cloque’s inimitable open-air setting atop limestone cliffs will offer stunning sunset views to the sounds of Hector’s Vatos Locos collective, Nick Curly presents TRUST and more.

Tickets: www.thebpmfestival.com/tickets

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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