Yes, tomorrow finally The BPM Festival is on, and of course we will be covering the events and parties at Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
One of the greats events in this festival will take place this weekend called “YA’AH MUUL” at “The Jungle” venue. Featuring among others Apollonia, Guy Gerber, Luciano, Tale of Us, The Martinez Brothers, Art Department, Steve Lawler & more.
For the first time in The BPM Festival’s history, we venture into The Jungle for a series of exquisite all-night adventures among the beautiful natural habitats of the Mayan Riviera. Promising an experience like no other, The Jungle hosts extended afternoon till dawn parties where fans can expect a festival within a festival; complete with multiple stages, palapa, intimate lounges, an adjacent cenote, hand-crafted art displays from local artists, and a food court featuring local concession partners.
Don’t forget to check this events and our Social Networks for updates and if you are not going to the festival, you always can have the Live Streaming
The BPM Festival 2016
The BPM Festival is proud to partner for the fourth consecutive year with BE-AT.TV, streaming video and audio live from some of the best parties in Playa Del Carmen from all ten days of the event. These broadcasts, featuring 16 events and over 60 artists, available both live and on demand, will bring electronic music fans the full BPM festival experience, featuring the world’s biggest underground labels and rising stars. Visit www.be-at.tv/schedule for BE-AT.TV’s full BPM 2016 live stream schedule and check out the poster below.
Ibiza Sonica Radio also returns to The BPM Festival as an official media partner, covering all day 10 days with non-stop, 24-hour-a-day broadcast dedicated to the festival. Listen in at www.ibizasonica.com. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Ibiza Sonica Radio, along with Pioneer DJ, will also host its own Ibiza Sonica 10 Years Showcase at the Salsanera Roof Top on January 16, featuring Yousef, The Mekanism, Igor Marijuán (director and founder of Ibiza Sonica Radio), Valentin Huedo and Mexico’s Xavier Fux.