The BPM Festival: Costa Rica presents the phase two lineup of its highly-anticipated 15th-anniversary edition, set to take place from January 12th to 18th, 2022 in the picturesque beachside town of Tamarindo. Boasting a penchant for hosting top-notch underground talent in house and techno, the renowned event welcomes over eighty new artists to its week-long event. For those looking to attend the colossal celebration, 7-day and 3-day weekend festival passes are on sale now.
We're excited to reveal our final lineup for #BPMCostaRica! 🇨🇷
— The BPM Festival (@TheBPMFestival) November 2, 2021
Newly-added showcases include Balearica, Rafa Barrios’ Bandidos, From The South, Miami event series and record label Hurry Up Slowly, White Isle party starters Ibiza Underground Movement, Iberican sound powerhouse Stereo Productions, Maher Daniel’s minimal label The Other Side, WhoMadeWho’s Tranquility, and France’s Yoyaku. Previously announced showcases include returning appearances to Tamarindo from Detroit Love, Kaluki, Luciano & Friends, Mood vs Mindshake, and Vatos Locos, to name a few. The 15th-anniversary edition will also host BPM showcase debuts from Jesse Calosso’s Boogeyman, Carlo Lio’s Rawthentic, and Michael Bibi’s Solid Grooves plus the Costa Rican debut of The Martinez Brothers’ Cuttin’ Headz and Jamie Jone’s famed Ibiza party brand Paradise.
In addition to the newly-added acts and showcases, BPM will also be hosting a series of ‘The BPM Festival presents’ showcases including Hernan Cattaneo on opening day hosted by legendary San José nightclub Vertigo, ‘This Is The End’ with Marco Carola on closing night plus additional events with Anfisa Letyago, Gaetano Parisio, Jeff Mills, and more.
Four custom-built stages outfitted with locally sourced natural materials and designs meticulously crafted by Konyo Factory Productions will be awaiting attendees in The Jungle and Canopy festival areas. Attendees will also have the opportunity to explore everything Tamarindo has to offer with daytime events at Ocho Beach Club along Playa Tamarindo, and nighttime events at Chiquitas and El Garito nightclubs located within the city center, all included with a festival pass. Enhancing the festival experience, The BPM Festival will once again be implementing Billfold POS’ cashless and contactless payment system across all venues and events for quick and seamless transactions for concessions and merchandise. The BPM Festival will be live-streamed daily with video and audio via Beatport Live, and on Balearica and Ibiza Sonica with select sets live-streamed via audio-only.
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. By Costa Rican travel policy, all international travelers will be required to complete an online Health Pass for entry into the country with their proof of vaccination, unvaccinated travelers will be required to secure mandatory travel insurance. Full details are available here.
Providing full-service accommodations, The BPM Festival has partnered with TULU Travel to offer 7, 10, and 14 day hotel packages at the centrally located Tamarindo Diria. Sold separately from festival passes, hotel packages at the Tamarindo Diria include roundtrip airport transfers, daily breakfast buffet, $200 USD hotel food and drink credit, plus a BPM sunset party exclusively for hotel guests on January 12. Visitors will also have the ability to extend their trip with additional experiences provided by TULU Travel with their ‘Decompress,’ ‘Surf,’ and ‘Yoga’ packages with trips to Nosara, Santa Teresa, and Volcano Arenal, full itineraries are available here for booking. All standard and suite packages at the Tamarindo Diria are sold out; limited king and queen ocean or pool view options remain available for reservation at BPMTulu.com.