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Sep 13, 2013

Early Bird BPM Festival 2014 Ten Day Passes Onsale

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Written by: Keith Wozniak

Anyone who is looking for a new festival experience should forget about Electric Daisy Carnival, Tomorrowland, Ultra Music Festival, Coachella and any other festival you can think of and plan for a trip to Cancun, Mexico for the BPM Festival held every January. The event is held over the course of 10 days with music night and day in the warm weather and on the beaches. You won’t see the massive and elaborate stage setups of other major festivals but you’ll hear some of the worlds best house, techno, tech house DJs and more. For an idea of the names you’ll hear check out the 2013 BPM Festival lineup.

The first round of 500 early bird tickets for the 2014 BPM Festival have already sold out and the current batch of 500 will likely sell out soon as well. Even if you aren’t able to get the money together for the 2014 adventure it could be worth starting to save for 2015.

Scroll down for the official press release.

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Here’s the press release:

The BPM Festival will make its return to Playa del Carmen, Mexico for its 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. The ten-day celebration of music continues to showcase the world’s premiere DJs in one of the most captivating holiday hotspots on the globe.

Set along the coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, the Mayan Riviera is home to some of the most magnificent beaches in all of the Caribbean. With unsurpassed stretches of soft white sand lapped by crystal clear turquoise water, BPM draws in an international hybrid of festival-goers who come to revel in an endless programming of both day and night parties. Visitors 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. This year’s roster promises 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!

The BPM Festival is powered by Orbitz.com via our 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 Playa.

Check out the newly launched The BPM Festival website for travel packages, news, photo galleries, videos and ways to connect with the BPM community on social media.

Visit http://www.thebpmfestival.com/ for more information and details about travel and accommodations.

BPM Festival 2013

 Music, warm weather, water and beaches. Check out more 2013 pictures.



About the Author

Keith Wozniak
Founder of this web site, I have also has been involved with raves since 1999 as a raver, flyer guy, owned a promotion company throwing small and large events and also ran one of the first Dancesafe chapters. I've done it all and have never thought the scene was dead. Also writes for SchulzArmy.com




 
 

 

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