The BPM Festival has issued a statement on Facebook stating that its events in Brazil are postponed “until further notice”. You can see the full statement below.
The planned event in Portugal in September is still said to be going ahead.
The BPM Festival was set to celebrate its 10th anniversary at its Brazilian event between Friday 28th April and Monday 1st May, in the beach resort towns of Itajaí and Balneário Camboriú.
DJs, promoters and organisers have responded to The BPM Festival shootings, that left four dead and 12 injured when a gunman opened fire at elrow's BPM closing party in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, earlier today.
Condolences have poured in from all corners of the dance community, read reactions from The Black Madonna, Sonny Fodera, Gorgon City, Monki, Adam Beyer and more below.
The BPM Festival will finally make its long-awaited move overseas in 2017, launching new editions in Brazil and Portugal.
Now 10 years old, the event has become one of the highlights of the Mexican festival calendar (and the world's for that matter), bringing the very best in house and techno to Playa del Carmen each January.
With the main 2017 event now underway, BPM directors Alessandra Axelsson, Craig Pettigrew and Phillip Anthony Pulitano have posted a video announcing their additional plans for the year.
Tale Of Us are bringing Afterlife to Mexico for the very first time on Monday, 9th January at Cenote Zamna Tulum Jungle Club & Cabanas.
The event will be spread across two stages showcasing Tale Of Us, Acid Pauli, Gerd Janson, Kettenkarussell, Mind Against, Recondite and more.
Afterlife made its debut in Barcelona for Off Sonar in 2016, before moving on to Ibiza for a 13-week residency at Space during the club’s closing year.
Diplo has announced the first ever Mad Decent Beach Party will take place in Riviera Maya, Mexico from 16th-19th February 2017.
Taking over the Barceló Maya Beach Resort on the country's stunning Caribbean coast, the event will offer four days of sun, sea, sand and, of course, the chance to hear some of the world's top dance acts.
Mexican DJ, Iker Azcue, is 2016’s DJ Mag Wild Card Miller SoundClash winner! The talented DJ and producer, who was a finalist in 2015’s Wild Card competition, impressed the judges with a slick, big room mix that perfectly captures the high-energy sound of Las Vegas.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be profiling the Miller SoundClash finalists; getting to know the DJs who will be flying to Las Vegas to compete for a chance to play alongside Dannic at Drais! Today we are speaking with the entry from Mexico, Lemarroy!
Tell us in one sentence who you are and where are you from?
"My name is Rogelio Lemarroy, also known as Lemarroy, from Veracruz, México."
It has been a whirwind year for 2014’s Miller SoundClash winners Tom & Collins. The Mexican duo overcame thousands of hopeful DJs to win first prize in Las Vegas last summer and the event catapulted their career, with sets at EDC Mexico and the NYE celebrations in Playa del Carmen alongside Alesso under their belt since winning.
And now the charismatic pair have been signed to Aftercluv Dance Lab - a fresh new label from the Universal Music Group!
Voting in our annual nightclub poll - Top 100 Clubs, powered by Miller Genuine Draft - is now well and truly open. Since launching the vote last week, thousands of eager clubbers from across the planet have had their say on the world’s greatest places to experience electronic music.
As Latin America’s second biggest country, Mexico is one of the world’s most exciting places to party. Hot artists, incredible clubs and world-renowned festivals combine to create an exciting melting pot where almost every taste is catered for. It also happens to be the country that Tom & Collins - the 2014 Miller SoundClash Champions - call home. We caught up with the engaging duo to find out what they love about their home turf…