The BPM Festival: Costa Rica just announced their Phase 1 lineup. It features Dubfire, Hernán Cattáneo, Latmun, Loco Dice, Neverdogs, Nicole Moudaber, Paco Osuna, Stacey Pullen, and more. The event is set to take place March 3rd-7th, 2021, returning to the town of Tamarindo.
Welcome back artists, industry professionals, and fans! Make your way back to a beautiful paradise. So far, no news of cancellation or postponement has arrived. Fingers crossed that we’re looking at the first event for the new festival season.
Firstly, you have 30 artists right now with more to be announced. Secondly, faithful fans can enjoy their favorite artists play across multiple stages. Indulge in the open-air, beach town. Thirdly, the weekend is going to be filled with techno, progressive, house, and the like.
Tamarindo is located in the coastal Guanacaste province of Costa Rica. As a result, the luscious jungle setting is enough to make you frenetic. BPM resides in a beautiful town with multiple daytime and nighttime venues to be announced. Travelers can fly either into the Liberia International Airport (LIR) or San Jose International Airport (SJO). In addition, attendees will follow COVID-19 safety guidelines according to Costa Rica’s country-specific rules.
Not only will you enjoy an event rich in music, but you’ll also enjoy a city rich in culture as well. So, before you get to relive the good ol’ days, here are some rules.
This will be a test to see if this successfully works. Malta canceled and Ibiza was postponed to next year as well. In the event of postponement, multi-day pass holders will receive three options. A credit option, a resale option, or a refund option. There is no word on flight refunds, however.
Nevertheless, they’re being transparent about the cause. It’s important to note that resale cannot be done via Stubhub or TicketSwap. A refund will be granted 85% of the tickets’ face value, processed within 30 days of the initial request.
Make sure that your country is safe to travel. Be mindful of the deadlines for refunds. February 24th, 2021 by 11:59 PM EST is the cut-off. Attendees can still purchase tickets here. Early bird passes have sold out but Tier 1 remains.