The BPM Festival Announces Phase 1 Lineup Ft. Gordo, Franky Wah, Eli & Fur + more


Following the successful launch of its 3-day Easter edition and a series of summer pop-ups, The BPM Festival has announced its third edition at its base of Tamarindo, Costa Rica on January 24th-28th, 2024. Over the course of 5 days, guests will be treated to an extraordinary and immersive experience set against the breathtaking backdrop of Tamarindo’s sandy beaches, tropical forests, and vibrant local culture. Phase one of the festival’s diverse lineup kicks off with over 60 names, including Bedouin, Carlo Lio, DJ Holographic, Eagles & Butterflies, Eli & Fur, Franky Rizardo, GORDO, Hernán Cattaneo, HUGEL, Øostil, Paco Osuna, Sainte Vie, and Sidney Charles amongst many other leading artists in house and techno. 

It’s the perfect way to kick off the new year – set in a beautiful location as the backdrop. A new stage is promised this year, and to further enhance their BPM experience, guests will also have access to a curated selection of daytime pop-up parties.

The BPM Festival has partnered with TULU Travel, offering 5-night full-service accommodation packages at several hotels situated within the heart of Tamarindo. Sold separately from festival passes, travelers can choose between the iconic Hotel Diria and the adults-only Jardin Del Eden. Ranging from $630 to $1315 per person, select packages include roundtrip airport transfers, daily breakfast buffets, yoga classes, meet and greets, and more. 

Grab your tickets and don’t miss out on the BPM Festival!

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