The BPM Festival announces dates for tenth anniversary
Each year, thousands of house and techno lovers migrate to the Mayan Riviera to dance in the sand and among the palm trees to the sounds of more than 430 of the industry’s top artists.
BPM, which stands for “Bartenders, Promoters, Musicians,” originally started as an industry-only gathering for 5,000 people in Playa del Carmen. In 2016, however, the festival hosted more than 80 showcases over 10 days, attracting more than 70,000 attendees from all over the globe.
June doesn’t just bring tickets to the festival; Handlebar Films will release the trailer for the first ever full-length documentary on The BPM Festival, Dancing In Paradise. The documentary will delve deep into the history of The BPM Festival: how it all began, key players involved, how it’s spurred growth in the city of Playa del Carmen.
The BPM Festival will return January 6-15 to Playa del Carmen. A limited number of pre-sale 10 day tickets for the festival go on sale June 1, here.