MEXICO: The BPM Festival will be continuing its partnership with streaming service Be-At.TV for the fifth consecutive year as it will be bringing select parties direct from the beaches of Playa del Carmen, Mexico to global audiences.
Over the course of the 10-day festival, Be-At.TV will be streaming live video and audio from 17 day and night-time events and broadcasting over 90 artists sets from the world’s biggest underground DJs, label showcases, party brands and next breakout stars. Worldwide dance music fans will be able to enjoy the best music and experiences live and on-demand from wherever they are in the world in High Definition and across any mobile, desktop or internet enabled TV device.
For the live stream broadcast schedule, visit Be-At.TV.
This year it’ll be even easier for fans to watch their favorite artists because, in addition to streaming sets on The BPM Festival’s Facebook Live, YouTube, Daily Motion and BE-AT.TV, all artists will be broadcasting their sets to their own Facebook pages. The massive scope of this year’s distribution will ensure that music lovers all over the world who can’t physically attend will still be able to enjoy the festival’s massive 10 year anniversary.
Highlights from the first weekend include the January 7’s Mixmag Presents Ya’ah Muul party with Carl Cox (who famously closed down Space Ibiza with an historic BE-AT.TV broadcast back in summer) as well as Steve Lawler, Shaun Reeves, Acid Mondays and Victor Calderone.
The line-up also includes: Solomun, The Martinez Brothers, Lee Burridge, Apollonia, Technasia, Chris Liebing, Lee Foss, Hector, Santé, Sidney Charles, De La Swing, Andrea Oliva, Carl Craig, Daniel Bell, Stacey Pullen, Kenny Larkin, Joris Voorn, Matthias Tanzmann, Davide Squillace, Richy Ahmed, wAFF, Adriatique, Kollektiv Turmstrasse, Lee Foss, Kidnap Kid, Ellen Allien and many more.
The final day will feature unforgettable closing parties from elrow and BPM’s own signature event This Is The End on January 15 with Lauren Lane, Jesse Calosso and the Lisbona Sisters.
Also returning for its fifth consecutive year, Ibiza Sonica Radio will join The BPM Festival as an official media partner, with 24-hour dedicated coverage for the duration of the festival. Live audio streaming will also be aired from select parties through Ibiza Global Radio.