The BPM Festival – Mexico

BPM is an annual electronic music festival held in Playa del Carmen. The music festival began in 2008 and every year it continues to grow in sheer size and popularity. Last year 35,000 music fans attended and David Guetta even performed in 2012 for their New Year’s Eve show.!!! I could hear the lovely sounds from my bedroom window 🙂 There have been many guesses as to the meaning behind BPM such as ‘beats per minute’. But the actual acronym stands for Bartenders, Promoters, and Musicians as it was originally created as an industry event for those in the hospitality industry. As I am still feeling under the weather, I have included a blog post about BPM from Underground Night. See you tomorrow for Tecate.!!

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The BPM Festival is an annual ten day and night electronic music festival, founded by Craig Pettigrew and Philip Pulitano, held in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. This global gathering of DJs, producers, revelers and industry professionals has become a must for any music lover with a discerning taste for quality electronic dance music. BPM parties are hosted both day and night at multiple venues in Playa Del Carmen, a picturesque beach town that runs along miles of soft white sand beaches and sparkling turquoise waters on the Mayan Riviera. The town offers a variety of luxurious and affordable boutique hotels and condos, and endless options for dining and tourism, including: ancient Mayan ruins, cenotes, aquatic sports and eco tourism. Now entering its sixth year, The BPM Festival (January 4-13, 2013) continues to be a dance music lover’s tropical paradise and the perfect winter getaway.
This year BPM Festival is hosting…

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