The BPM Festival 2014
Phase 3 Artist Lineup + Day & Night Event Schedule
Single Event Tickets On Sale on December 18th at 5pm CST / 6pm EST
[SOUNDCLOUD] The BPM Festival Podcast #17 – Nicole Moudaber – Listen here!
January 3 – 12, 2014
Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Mexico
The BPM Festival is excited to announce the Phase 3 artist lineup and Day & Night events schedule for its seventh edition. The festival, which spans ten days from January 3-12 in Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Mexico, continues to push boundaries with a diverse lineup, adding top talents to its already stellar roster of over 350 artists, and introducing new venues to keep everyone dancing past dawn.
Richie Hawtin presents ENTER. has revealed the full line-ups for their first ever day and night editions at The BPM Festival. The daytime beach party will feature Richie Hawtin, Matador live, Barem, South London Ordnance, and Bella Sarris. The party will continue into the night with Gaiser, Adam Beyer B2B Ida Engberg, Bella Sarris, Dense & Pika live, and of course, Richie Hawtin to close it out.
The BPM Festival is proud to present its first ever Boysnoize Records showcase with Boys Noize, Strip Steve, Djedjotronic, and special guest Felix Da Housecat, as well as the return of Ellen Allien, this time bringing her Bpitch Control crew. Joining Luca Bacchetti’s Endless is Surface Recordings, showcasing the deeper side of quality house and techno. The Romanians are also descending with Rhadoo and Raresh of [a:rpia:r], along with Behrouz, and Cezar for a special night.
Also making their BPM Festival debuts this year are UK dance music originators Basement Jaxx, soulful house hero Dennis Ferrer, and Mushroom Jazz mastermind Mark Farina. Detroit’s underground pioneer Theo Parrish is also performing at BPM for the first time — and slated to make history as he joins DJ Harvey for a first-time-ever co-headlining set. The epic meeting of these two DJ legends and their impeccable record selections is sure to be a highlight of this year’s festival.
This year The BPM Festival will host parties at marquee clubs Mamitas Beach Club and Kool Beach for day parties, and Blue Parrot and Coco Maya for night parties. The festival is also introducing three new venues this year: the bohemian Fusion Beach Club located right on the beach for day parties, and, for night parties, the brand new club Lost, as well as intimate club Tabu, showcasing a new Pioneer soundsystem.
The BPM Festival is powered by Orbitz.com (via the BPM travel portal) to offer the absolute best prices for flights and hotels for traveling to Playa del Carmen, and will refund the difference for users who find a lower price. By booking through the festival, users can find the best, most direct flights available, see how far each hotel is from all the main festival venues, and utilize a travel portal help section that includes all the need-to-knows about traveling to Mexico.
All events will be ticketed and entrance to all events is included with the purchase of 3-Day | 7-Day | 10-Day wristbands, now available at bpm.wantickets.com while supplies last. Wristbands include expedited, guaranteed entrance, and re-entry to all day & night parties.
Single event tickets will be available on December 18th at 5PM CST / 6PM EST at bpm.wantickets.com (please note: single event tickets do not include re-entry).
THE BPM FESTIVAL 2014: *NEW* PHASE 3 ARTISTS ADDED (in alphabetical order):
ALAN Y PACHE
DENSE & PIKA
FELIX DA HOUSECAT
MANZONE & STRONG
SOUTH LONDON ORDNANCE
THEE COOL CATS
About The BPM Festival
The BPM Festival will make its return to Playa del Carmen, Mexico for the seventh edition on January 3-12, 2014. With the dramatic increase in size and abundance of talent the festival has to offer, BPM has rapidly established itself as an essential music destination on the global festival circuit. This year’s programming brings over 250+ artists and multiple day & night events throughout the ten-day festival, culminating in what will be the most paramount edition of BPM yet. Set along the coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, the turquoise blue waters of the Mayan Riviera and endless stretches of beaches provide the perfect backdrop for the ten-day celebration of dance music in one of the most captivating holiday hotspots on the globe. BPM fans can also take a break from the festivities and enjoy a mixture of activities from water sports and eco tourism, to venturing off the beaten path to explore Mayan ruins and archeological sites. The festival’s locale provides a remarkable opportunity for industry professionals, artists, and dance music enthusiasts alike; to indulge in the finest the scene has to offer.