The BPM Festival shares first phase of 2021 lineup featuring Dubfire, Nicole Moudaber, and more
Following a successful 2020 inaugural event, The BPM Festival will soon be returning to the Costa Rican beaches. From March 3–7 2021, global house and techno talent is set to make its way to Tamarindo, Costa Rica, for the sophomore iteration of The BPM Festival, which will include the likes of Dubfire, Hernán Cattáneo, Latmun, Loco Dice, Nicole Moudaber, and Paco Osuna. Artists on the sophomore event’s lineup will perform at a handful of outdoor and open-air locations. More acts will be announced in the time leading up to The BPM Festival sequel.
The festival organizers are reportedly working within Costa Rica’s COVID-19 guidelines and are committed to transparency and safety. If the event is cancelled due to COVID-19 regulations, would-be attendees will have the option to exchange their tickets through a credit option, sell their passes as part of a resale option, or seek an 85 percent refund.
Come March 2021, visitors arriving in Costa Rica will be expected to provide proof of medical insurance to cover any potential COVID-19 health issues. Additionally, incoming travelers will also need to complete a mandatory Health Pass form. Those who are denied entrance to Costa Rica based on the country’s health regulations will not be eligible for refund or credit. Learn more about The BPM Festival here.
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