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Cancelled: The BPM Festival 2022 in Costa Rica

This year’s edition of The BPM Festival was due to open its doors from today to the 17th of January in Tamarindo.

News has broken that The BPM Festival 2022 in Costa Rica has sadly been forced to cancel, only hours before its opening, due to the latest COVID-19 restrictions imposed by the Costa Rican government.

The festival has released a statement saying:

“Dear BPM familia,

This morning the Costa Rican President released new COVID-19 restrictions banning mass events from January 11-23. As a result we are forced to announce the postponement of The BPM Festival: Costa Rica 2022.

After more than a year of planning and looking forward to welcoming you to our 15th anniversary edition, we sympathize with your sense of disappointment and frustration and are beyond heartbroken to share this news with you.

For more information, visit The BPM Festival Facebook page.

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