The BPM Festival, known as one of the loudest techno event in the world. Known for its multiple day parties with elite artists from across the underground house scene with names like Hot Since 82, Skream, Lauren Lane, Hector, Scuba, Alan Fitzpatrick, Sam Paganini, Lee Burridge, Chus & Ceballos, Danny Tenaglia, and Carl Cox.
Yesterday, The BPM Festival has announced what will happen in the near future. The statement starts off thanking everyone who was apart of the first edition of BPM Portugal last month also announcing that the festival will continue it’s installment to the beautiful beaches of Portimão and Lagoa in Portugal for September 2018. The statement then continues with some unfortunate news, due to the devastating tragedy that happened at Blue Parrot on the final day, The BPM Festival will not be returning to Mexico in January.
The people behind The BPM Festival are already scouting for new locations so they can bring their fans the best BPM experience ever. The festival is already in the planning stages to bring The BPM Festival to a new beach location in January 2019. This news may be disappointing news for some of you and even though we will not be dancing together on the beaches or jungles in Mexico our memories will live on forever.
View the full statement below...
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