The BPM Festival announce over 60 phase 2 artists + showcases with Richie Hawtin, Peggy Gou, Jamie Jones, Barac, D’Julz, Mr G and more

Adding to its already impressive roster of top underground dance music talent, The BPM Festival: Portugal has revealed its phase 2 artist lineup and first wave of showcases for its second edition this September 20-23, 2018 in Portimão and Lagoa. With over 60 new additions, Alan Fitzpatrick, Chris Liebing, Davide Squillace, Jamie Jones, Lil’ Louis, Luciano, Matthias Tanzmann, Nic Fanciulli, Peggy Gou, Richie Hawtin, Victor Calderone and more now bring the total number of confirmed artists to 146 with previously announced acts including Apollonia, Chus & Ceballos, Danny Tenaglia, Lee Burridge, Loco Dice, Marco Carola, Nastia, Nicole Moudaber, Paco Osuna, Seth Troxler, The Martinez Brothers. Also announcing its first twelve showcases including All Day I Dream, Circoloco, Cuttin’ Headz, Kaluki, MoodZONE, Paradise and more, DJs, producers, revelers and industry professionals from the around the world will gather at The BPM Festival: Portugal for the go-to end of summer celebration.

World-renowned for its quality house and techno lineup and showcase events, The BPM Festival: Portugal will see over 30 parties spread across beach clubs and nightclubs throughout Portimão and Lagoa. Welcoming back festival staples, BPM will once again host Lee Burridge’s beautiful All Day I Dream, Art Department’s esteemed label celebrating 10 Years of No.19 Music, Jamie Jones’ global party brand Paradise, and Chus & Ceballos’ Iberian powerhouse Stereo Productions. Making their BPM showcase debut, The Martinez Brothers present their innovative label Cuttin’ Headz while Nicole Moudaber will bring her techno-driven festival event takeover MoodZONE, plus the BPM Portugal debut of world famous Ibiza party brand Circoloco and Paco Osuna’s deeply rooted Spanish techno imprint Mindshake Records. Also back for the 2018 Portugal edition are Stefano Noferini’s acclaimed Italian label Deeperfect, U.K. tech-house institution Kaluki Musik, Hector’s rising label and party brand Vatos Locos, and venerable Detroit label Visionquest.

With more artists and showcases still to come, underground dance music’s best will once again take over Portugal’s Algarve region for four days and nights amongst its golden sand beaches and coves, hidden caves, towering limestone cliffs, and impeccable viewpoints. Tier 1 festival passes for the second edition of The BPM Festival: Portugal are on sale now while supplies last at All-in packages for festival passes plus travel, accommodation and/or airport transfers are available via The BPM Festival’s official travel partner, Festicket.

The BPM Festival: Portugal
September 20-23, 2018
Portimão & Lagoa, Portugal

The BPM Festival: Portugal 2018 Announced Showcases To Date (in alphabetical order):

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