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The BPM Festival announces over 100 artists for 2017

Now ten years in the making, The BPM Festival is easily one of the world’s finest electronic music festivals. Taking place each January in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, the annual festival – just a short plane ride away for many – has become a prime destination among dance music fans yearning for transcendent house and techno.

2017 will mark The BPM Festival’s tenth anniversary celebration, and fans had better be prepared for its most extensive lineup to date. Longtime veterans Lee Burridge, Art Departmet, Nicole Moudaber, Seth Troxler and Solomun will perform at next year’s event, in addition to blossoming acts like Hector, Lauren Lane, Richy Ahmed and wAFF. 2017 highlights also include the debut of Romanian imprint [a:rpia:r], plus showcases hosted by ANTS, All Day I Dream, Apollonia All Day Long, elrow, Octopus Recordings, Diynamic in the Jungle and countless others.

The BPM Festival 3-day opening weekend (January 6-8, 2017), 3-day closing weekend (January 13-15, 2017), 7-day (January 9-15, 2017) and 10-day festival passes are available here, with passes granting entry to all BPM events . View BPM’s full first phase lineup and the current list of showcases below.

The BPM Festival announces over 100 artists for 2017Bpm Phase One

The BPM Festival 2017 Announced Showcases (20 to date)
January 6  ANTS
January 6  Knee Deep In Sound
January 7  All Day I Dream
January 7  The BPM Festival presents YA’AH MUUL
January 7  Kingdom
January 8  Apollonia All Day Long
January 8  Music On
January 9  Music On
January 9  Keinemusik
January 10  Diynamic in The Jungle
January 10  Tronic vs. Transmit
January 12  Paradise
January 12  Stereo Productions
January 12  [a:rpia:r]
January 13  SCI+TEC
January 13  Warriors
January 13  Octopus Recordings
January 14  Nicole Moudaber presents MOOD
January 14  RUMORS
January 14  Vatos Locos
January 14  The BPM Festival presents YA’AH MUUL
January 15  elrow

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