With just a month to go, The BPM Festival: Portugal has revealed the final wave of artists for its third edition on the Algarve coast this September, delivering a huge array of world-class acts spanning house, techno and everything in between.
The latest additions see Carl Craig, Stacey Pullen and Technasia among the final names added to the four-day festival, which will take place on the 12th – 15th September in the stunning coastal town of Portimão. Also joining the bill are Francesca Lombardo, Dyed Soundorom and Marco Faraone, whilst emerging talents Mason Collective, William Djoko and Anna Tur also join ranks.
Serving up an extensive selection of pioneering artists, The BPM Festival: Portugal will also host already-announced sets from Skream, The Martinez Brothers, Dubfire, Nicole Moudaber, Marco Carola, Seth Troxler and many, many more for this year, while the event will offer a new format whereby all parties will take place on the beach. Boasting breathtaking views of the Portimão coastline, the beach parties will run through the day & night and will be located across the town’s main promenade, all within walking distance of each other and operating extended beachfront venue hours.
Elsewhere, The BPM Festival’s signature offering of brand showcases remains, with Carl Craig’s Detroit Love now confirmed as well as Maceo Plex’s ELLUM and Spain’s Dreambeach. Jamie Jones’ Paradise, Solardo’s Sola, Adam Beyer’s Drumcode, Loco Dice’s Desolat, Popof’s FORM Music and Stefano Noferini’s Deeperfect are all making an appearance. Manchester promoters Kaluki will also be in attendance, as will BPM’s signature all-star parties YA’AH MUUL and This is The End hosted by Uberhaus.
New Additions (A-Z):
ALAN NIEVES – ANDREW MELLER – ANNA TUR – ARCHIE HAMILTON – CALEB CALLOWAY – CARL CRAIG – DAVID BERRIE – DYED SOUNDOROM – ELI BROWN – FATIMA HAJI – FRANCESCA LOMBARDO – GONÇALO – JANSONS – JDP – KYLE HALL – LEE JO LIFE – LUKE WELSH – MACCA – MARCO FARAONE – MASON COLLECTIVE – MELÉ – MOBB HANDED – NITIN – OLI BLANC – OLLI RYDER – PAUL RITCH (LIVE) – RAUL PACHECO – RAY MONO – RENATO RATIER – SERGINHO – SILVIE LOTO – SINISA TAMAMOVIC – STACEY PULLEN – TECHNASIA – TIAGO FRAGATEIRO – VICTOR CALDERONE – WILLIAM DJOKO
New Showcases (A-Z):
DETROIT LOVE – DREAMBEACH – ELLUM
Already Announced (A-Z):
ADRIATIQUE – ALAN FITZPATRICK – ALISHA – ÂME – ANDREA OLIVA – ANIMAL & ME (LIVE) – APOLLONIA – BEN IKIN – BEN STERLING – CALVIN CLARKE – CARLO LIO – CELLINI – CHRIS GARCIA – CHRIS LAKE – DANNY DAZE – DA VID – DE LA SWING – DEL30 – DJ DEEP – DUBFIRE – DUB TIGER – EATS EVERYTHING – ENZO SIRAGUSA – FRANK MAUREL – GREEKO – GROMMA – GUSTA-VO – GUTI (LIVE) – HECTOR – HONEY DIJON – JAMIE JONES – JEAN PIERRE – JESSE CALOSSO – JOSEPH CAPRIATI – JOSH WINK – JULIAN JEWEIL – JULIET FOX – KINNERMAN – LAURENT GARNIER – LOCO DICE – MACEO PLEX – MARCO STROUS – MANDANA – MARCO CAROLA – MATADOR – MATTEO GATTI – MAX CHAPMAN – MIKE MORRISEY – NATHAN BARATO – NEVERDOGS – NICOLA BERNARDINI – NICOLE MOUDABER – OXIA – PACO OSUNA – PATRICK TOPPING – PAUL DAREY – PETE ZORBA – PIRATE COPY – PLEASUREKRAFT – POPOF – RICH NXT – RICHY AHMED – RONY SEIKALY – SAMA – SANCHEZ – SEB ZITO – SEBASTIAN LEDHER – SETH TROXLER – SIMINA GRIGORIU – SKIZZO – SKREAM – SPEKTRE – STEFANO NOFERINI – SHALL OCIN – SOLARDO – SONJA MOONEAR – STEPHAN BODZIN (LIVE) – THE MARTINEZ BROTHERS – WAFF B2B JOEY DANIEL – WANN ISSARA – YAYA
Already Announced Showcases:
BAMBOLEO – BLANC – BOXED:MUSIC – CUTTIN’ HEADZ – DEEPERFECT – DESOLAT – DRUMCODE – FORM MUSIC – FOUR THIRTY TWO – KALUKI – MINDSHAKE – NEOPOP + BRUNCH – PARADISE – RUKUS – SOLA – THIS IS THE END HOSTED BY UBERHAUS – YA´AH MUUL
The BPM Festival: Portugal 12 – 15 September 2019
Day passes available from 69 euros
The BPM Festival: Portugal
12 – 15 September
Festival passes are on sale now, priced from €179
Day passes available from €69
A limited amount of VIP tickets are available, priced from €229
VIP ticket holders will have access to two dedicated VIP areas at NoSoloÁgua & Blanco Beach Club
Payment plan options will be available for both the GA and VIP festival passes, splitting the cost of a ticket over several months.
With BPM Festival having a truly global fanbase, it comes as good news that the festival will take place in Portimão, just 50 minutes from Faro airport; one of the most well connected airports in Europe. Flight and hotel packages are available via Travel Republic at https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/thebpmfestival