Could BPM Festival Malta Bring Back Events This Year?

The BPM Festival Malta could be 2020’s first event! They just released their lineup and it includes Adam Beyer, Skream, ANNA, Michael Bibi, and more!

It is taking place on the Mediterranean island from September 11-13, just between Sicily and the North African coast. All the greats in house and techno will be there. Honey Dijon, Eli BrownMason MaynardSolardoEats Everything, and more await you.

Europe has already successfully fought the pandemic, and so their restrictions on live shows and events seem to be rolling back. Looks like they’re going to be the first to come back since lockdown. So, why Malta and how are event organizers handling the coronavirus?

While the location is beautiful, the island also reportedly has the second-lowest number of COVID-19 cases. And that’s within all of Europe. Attendees must fill out a questionnaire detailing recent travel from the past month. An additional COVID-19 test may also be required. Furthermore, the festival site is implementing temperature checks upon entry, sanitation stations, and testing on-site.

Anyone considering attending should take their own health into consideration, and know that traveling is at their own risk. Please also consider the status of travel restrictions for your own country. However, note that Europe is still banning US citizens from entry at this time. If the event postpones or cancels, purchasers will receive a refund or passes to a future edition.

If you purchase tickets but cannot attend due to a travel ban by the Maltese government, refunds will be issued. Find out more details on their policies here.

Tickets for The BPM Festival Malta are available here with hotels available for lodging as well. Things are subject to change especially in show business, given the current circumstances. Though we are eager and anxious to see how this turns out.

Check out the Phase 1 lineup below and let us know if you plan on attending!