The BPM Festival has announced plans for a debut edition in Brazil next year.
To celebrate 15 years of the dance music festival, it will will be keeping the party going from Costa Rica in January to Camboríu in the southern Brazilian state of Santa Catarina the following month.
The festival will run across February 25 to 27, in the brand new venue Surreal.
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Designed by dance music visionary Renato Ratier, Surreal will be the home of some of techno and house’s finest with four open-air stages.
Camboríu is a coastal city with several nightclubs and has been a hub for electronic dance music for quite some time.
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Since it began in 2008, the festival has travelled to a variety of destinations across the globe, such as Bali, Dubai, Mexico and plenty more.
From January 12 to 18, The BPM Festival will be hosted in Tamarindo on the coast of Costa Rica after rescheduling dates earlier this year.
To fly over to the event, you must either go to Navegantes Airport (NVG), which is only 45 minutes from the venue, or to Florianopolis (FLN) which is 90 minutes from the venue.
For those looking to attend, tickets are now available from the 3-day general admission to their VIP packages here.
Becky Buckle is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter