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BPM 2017 has announced Phase 1 line up!
The Festival will take place from January 6th till 15th in Mexico, and will celebrate its tenth anniversary.
The confirmed names? As usual are great: Solomun, Carl Cox, Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Marco Carola, The Martinez Brothers, Loco Dice, Guy Gerber, Apollonia , Nathan Barato, Leon, Carlo Lio, Pirupa, Neverdogs, Pete Tong, Paco Osuna, Steve Lawler & many more!
This is the list of confirmed artists! Ibiza by night, as usual, will update you.The organizers said:”The BPM Festival is proud to announce its Phase 1 lineup with over 100 artists for its 2017 tenth anniversary celebration in Playa del Carmen, Mexico from January 6-15, 2017. Featuring familiar faces from its first gathering in 2008 to new and recent names welcomed into the BPM familia, The BPM Festival 2017 will see living legends and underground icons like Art Department, Carl Cox, Dubfire, Jamie Jones, John Digweed, Lee Burridge, Marco Carola, Nicole Moudaber, Seth Troxler, Solomun, and The Martinez Brothers and hotly tipped artists like Hector, Lauren Lane, Richy Ahmed, wAFF and hundreds more, come together on the beaches and clubs of Playa del Carmen as they showcase the very best in underground electronic music.With the Phase 1 lineup joining ten recently announced showcases for a total of twenty so far with many more to come, the excitement continues to build for The BPM Festival 2017. Joining the grand celebration this January, Romanian label [a:rpia:r] makes its long anticipated BPM debut, longtime BPM favorite Lee Burridge with All Day I Dream, Ibiza underground mainstay ANTS, French supergroup Apollonia with a very special extended set at Apollonia All Day Long, Solomun’s return with Diynamic in the Jungle, Spanish party starters elrow, Gorgon City and their new project Kingdom, Sian’s take on classic modern techno with Octopus Recordings, Chus & Ceballos’ Iberican Stereo Productions, Mixmag cover star Christian Smith together with Boris for Tronic vs. Transmit, and Mexico’s favorite son Hector with his Vatos Locos party.Transport to Playa and enjoy BPM’s ethereal beach vibes by listening to the newest episode of The BPM Festival podcast series served up from Tel Aviv-born producer and RUMORS mainstay, Chaim. Listen here. With over 400 artists and over 70 showcases to choose from, fans can expect many more surprises for the most monumental edition of The BPM Festival yet.
The BPM Festival 3-day opening weekend (January 6-8, 2017), 3-day closing weekend (January 13-15, 2017), 7-day (January 9-15, 2017) and 10-day festival passes are on sale now exclusively on TheBPMFestival.com/tickets. Payment plans are available to US residents for 7-day and 10-day passes. Festival pass perks include entry to all BPM events during the respective date range, line bypass, guaranteed entry (subject to venue’s legal capacity) in addition to discounts at over 125 local stores and restaurants.”