BPM Festival Costa Rica announced dates for next year’s sophomore edition, which is scheduled to return to Tamarindo, Costa Rica on March 3-7, 2021.
To celebrate the announcement, the festival revealed a special recap “Thank You” video from its 2020 debut. Please see below to get a glimpse into what BPM Festival Costa Rica is all about.
The festival, which was scheduled to take place next January, cooperated with government guidance to reschedule its planned dates to provide fans with the safest, most immersive experience possible.
In its previous 2020 edition, BPM Festival Costa Rica saw a number of unique label showcases across a number of daytime and nighttime venues with performances by Loco Dice, Luciano, Michael Bibi, Nicole Moudaber, Paco Osuna, and many more. 2021 will mark BPM Festival Costa Rica’s return as the brand’s dedicated fanbase enjoys revelrous nights with some of the world’s best artists in house and techno.
The tropical landscape of Tamarindo will provide the perfect backdrop to the next chapter in BPM Festival Costa Rica’s story. Costa Rica and its government will be warmly welcoming international tourists from Canada, the European Schengen Zone, Mexico, and the United States as of November 1, 2020.
Festivalgoers will have the traveling option to fly into either Liberia International Airport (LIR), which is approximately 60 minutes via car from Tamarindo, or San José’s primary international airport, San José International Airport (SJO), a 3-4 hour car ride away. Potential attendees must follow all COVID-19 testing guidelines set forth by Costa Rica before entering the country.
BPM Festival Costa Rica 2021 will be offering flexible ticketing policies to accommodate the needs of its travelers due to COVID-19 concerns. Ticket-holders will have three available options this year, with credit, resale, and refund options all available. Please note that if you are denied entry into Costa Rica for failing to meet entry requirements set in place, no refund or credit will be given.
The BPM Festival has grown to become a must-attend staple within the Electronic Dance music industry with parties and showcases from some of the biggest labels and artists in house and techno. Up until its 2017 edition, it has been held in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. For additional information on the BPM Festival, please visit the festival’s official website.