We’re stoked for the return of our treasured BPM podcast with a set from the closing night of #BPMPortugal by one of Spain’s leading electronic artists, UNER. Relive the magic from the Deeperfect showcase at Katedral as longtime BPM familia and Spanish impresario UNER takes us all on an incredible musical journey. Happy listening!
Thank you to all our fans and artists who joined us for a magical first edition of The BPM Festival in Portugal this past September. You came from over 90 countries and we once again reveled together on the dancefloor. We are super excited to announce that we will be returning to the beautiful beachside towns of Portimão and Lagoa in Portugal for September 2018. Stay tuned for dates and more exciting news!
For so many of you who have been asking, due to instability in the region we will not be returning to Mexico. We have been working diligently and scouting new locations so we can bring you the best BPM experience in stunning locations across the world. We are also already in the planning stages to bring The BPM Festival to a new beach location in January 2019.
In the meantime, keep dancing and smiling on the dancefloor! Music unites us all and we look forward to creating more magical moments with you in the future.
Ready to relive those special moments from the dancefloor? Whether it was on the sand at Blanco Beach for Chus & Ceballos or at our massive YA’AH MUUL party at Congressos with artists like Lauren Lane, check out live sets from our first edition of The BPM Festival: Portugal now on our SoundCloud playlist! As always, our BPM familia brought their A-game when it came to their turn on the decks and we can’t wait to have them back for our next event!
We’re excited to welcome you to Portimão and Lagoa for the first edition of The BPM Festival: Portugal!
To make sure you don’t miss out on the party, see the information below for getting to and from our hosts municipalities of Lagoa andPortimão.
MTS Travel are providing safe and reliable ground transportation to and from Centro de Congressos Do Arade. MTS Travel shuttles will operate each day of the festival on a continuous loop, stopping at 3 points in Praia Da Rocha every 20 minutes.
Please note that there are a limited amount of places available for this service and recommend you buy in advance to guarantee a safe and reliable journey.
*SHUTTLE PASSES CAN BE PURCHASED AT THE BPM FESTIVAL BOX OFFICE*
*PLEASE SEE THE ABOVE GRAPHIC FOR PICK UP + BOX OFFICE LOCATIONS, PRICING, AND HOURS OF OPERATION*
Limited parking spaces are available each night at €10 per night, payable on arrival at Centro De Congressos Do Arade.
After delivering one of our most popular BPM podcasts of last year, Diversions Music co-label head OXIA is back on the decks for the BPM podcast! Kicking off the year at The BPM Festival, 2017 saw OXIA continue his never-ending hot streak with appearances at Music On, Heart Miami, Egg London and his own Diversions label nights in Beirut and Paris. 2017 also saw OXIA's 2006 smash hit "Domino" leapfrogged back into the forefront of underground dance music as it was remixed by the likes Matador, Frankey & Sandrino, and Robag Wruhme. As one of France's most respected DJs, OXIA keeps on pushing the boundaries new remixes also including Moby's classic tune "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad."
Get ready for his set at the FORM Music showcase on Thursday, September 14 at The BPM Festival: Portugal and listen to his new exclusive mix now!
The Iberican sounds of Chus & Ceballos are next on the decks for our BPM podcast! Having played nearly every edition of The BPM Festival, we’re extremely excited to have Stereo Productions’ label heads Chus & Ceballos join us for our first edition of The BPM Festival: Portugal! Heading west from Spain to Portugal, Chus & Ceballos always bring their signature sound of drums and are no stranger to bringing the party with their career spanning over 20 years of DJing and producing.
Warm up for their Stereo Productions festa next week with their exclusive mix below!
Playing his fifth consecutive edition of The BPM Festival, Matthias Tanzmann makes his debut on the BPM podcast with exclusive mix for the BPM podcast! With a career beginning in the mid-nineties in his hometown of Leipzig, Germany, Matthias Tanzmann has been on a roll in defining his underground identity as a solo artist, head of Moon Harbour Recordings, and as part of supergroup, Better Lost Than Stupid with David Squillace and Martin Buttrich. On the touring and live front, Matthias has kept a busy summer schedule with festival appearances including Tomorrowland and We Are FSTVL plus sets on the White Isle for Music On, ANTS, Paradise, and Circoloco, where he is a resident.
Make sure to catch the BPM vet at The BPM Festival: Portugal and check out his mix now!
From Italy’s most famous nightclubs to residencies in London, Moscow, Ibiza and more, the Neverdogs hop back on the decks for the BPM podcast. With the duo’s career spanning over fifteen years, the Neverdogs are no strangers to both BPM and global audiences. Frequently spotted at Amnesia for Music On, Neverdogs can often be found sharing the stage alongside names like Marco Carola, Joseph Capriati, Loco Dice and many other big names.
Get locked into their mix now and see them at The BPM Festival: Portugal!
Bubbling underneath New York City’s towering landscape, Serge Devant has been turning heads in the city’s music scene and is here to serve up the next episode of the BPM podcast! From attending influential parties at NYC's Sound Factory and Twilo to landing his first DJ gig at Tunnel, Serge Devannt's early exposure has led to releases on tastemaking labels such as EmeraldCity, Knee Deep In Sound, and Crosstown Rebels. Outside of NYC, his unique touch has reached international destinations like Ibiza, Mykonos, London, and much more.
Get ready for his set at The BPM Festival: Portugal by checking out his exclusive mix now!
From one of the hotspots of Italian club culture, Italy's Da Vid gets on the next episode of the BPM podcast! Born in Rome, Da Vid cut his teeth in the Adriatic club haven of Riccione in the area's most influential clubs and events. Playing a blend of vinyl-only and digital sets, Da Vid's become a rising star in Italy's underground dance music scene. From his BPM debut earlier this year to gaining the opportunity to play at the late great Space Ibiza, Da Vid is making his presence known among the global festival and club circuit.
Listen to his BPM podcast now and see him at The BPM Festival: Portugal!