The BPM festival Brazil reveals phase 1 lineup with 50+ acts
BPM festival Brazil
The BPM Festival, which is celebrating its fifteenth anniversary, is gearing up for its most successful year yet in 2022. Following the highly anticipated sophomore Costa Rican event in January, the massive global event brand will host its inaugural Brazil edition in Cambori, Santa Catarina. The brand unveils a star-studded phase one lineup with some of the world’s most beloved house and techno acts, including Carl Craig, Dubfire, Henrik Schwarz (live), Joris Voorn, Nicole Moudaber, Paco Osuna, and wAFF, bringing the magic of The BPM Festival to a new home. The event is scheduled for February 25-27, 2022, at Surreal, a new state-of-the-art venue created under the direction of iconic D-Edge owner Renato Ratier.
The phase 1 lineup with its 50+ acts.
With the addition of the Brazil event, The BPM Festival embarks on a new path, and it’s only fitting that some of the most coveted names kick off the inaugural edition. The BPM Festival welcomes over 50+ household names from the global dance music sphere for its phase 1 lineup, which promises to be one of the most exciting events of the year. Returning artists include Detroit techno legend Carl Craig, Cologne producer and Kompakt signee Michael Mayer, British-Lebanese mainstay Nicole Moudaber, and Spanish talent Paco Osuna, among many others. The BPM Festival: Brazil will also feature captivating performances by underground leader Dennis Cruz, Dutch house legend Joris Voorn, Swiss minimal star Sonja Moonear, and genre-bending German producer Henrik Schwarz. BLANCAh, DJ Murphy, Duc In Altum, Renato Ratier, Spuri, and others will represent Brazil’s burgeoning underground scene. Staying true to the legacy of the brand, The BPM Festival: Brazil will feature unique showcases from Italian DJ duo Neverdogs’ Bamboleo imprint, The Martinez Brothers’ sub-label, Boogeyman, English event series, and label Kaluki Musik, Moudaber and Osuna’s MOOD vs. MINDSHAKE, and Sounds of Rituals own Rituals.
Brazilian Carnival and official opening of Surreal super club.
The phase one lineup for The BPM Festival Brazil boasts a strong foundation for the inaugural event, with more names and showcases to be announced. Because the festival coincides with Brazil’s annual Carnival festivities, devoted fans and music lovers can expect a one-of-a-kind celebration. The festival will not only be the first of its kind, but it will also coincide with the official opening of Surreal, a new immersive venue. Under the leadership of South American dance music innovator Renato Ratier, owner of the legendary D-Edge in São Paulo, Surreal will offer 92,000 square meters of immersive event space that can be completely redesigned to accommodate any number of events. The massive artistic complex will be the ideal setting for The BPM Festival’s elevated experience, which it has become known for over the past fifteen years.
3-day general admission tickets for the inaugural edition of The BPM Festival Brazil are now available for purchase at TheBPMFestival.com. International festivalgoers will be able to fly into either Navegantes Airport (NVG), which is 45 minutes away from the venue, or Florianopolis Airport (FLN), which is 90 minutes away. The coastal city offers stunning views of Brazil’s beautiful beaches as it descends on the lush location of Cambori. With an unrivaled balance of intriguing nightlife and breathtaking scenic views, the popular tourist destination proves to be the ideal location for The BPM Festival.
BPM Festival around the world.
The BPM Festival, now in its 15th year, has previously been held in Mexico, Portugal, Costa Rica, and now Brazil. The BPM Festival Costa Rica, taking place January 12-18, 2022, has just announced the final artists and showcases, and will return to the charming Tamarindo coast with its stellar production, eclectic crowd, and an inimitable musical lineup featuring the best of house music and techno. Continuing the momentum of the anniversary, those looking to experience even more of the stellar BPM ambiance won’t have to wait much longer, as the inaugural Brazilian edition will kick off in Camboriú the following month. The BPM Festival: Brazil, with its cutting-edge venue and breathtaking views, will mark yet another milestone for the world-renowned brand.