BIME Bogotá Announces Jessie Reyez, Maria Becerra & More for 2023 Lineup

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BIME Bogotá has revealed further details of its live programming and panel speakers. Boasting an extensive lineup of artists and music industry professionals, the programming will cover topics ranging from touring, diversity, innovation, synchronization, creative economy, and more.

In this edition, the programming will occur in multiple venues in Bogotá from Tuesday, May 3 to Sunday, May 7. Aside from the activities exclusive to badge holders, there is a series of events free to the public.

To help you get prepped for BIME Bogotá, we’ve curated a playlist featuring artists set to perform. If this playlist does not get you in the mood to pack the bags and head down to Bogotá, check out our programming highlights below.


BIME PRO allows musicians and industry peers at every level to participate and network to advance their careers. The three-day-long program of panels, workshops, and networking sessions will cover buzzing topics such as mental health and artificial intelligence, as well as conversations with recording artists Camilo Lara, Maria Becerra, Kany Garcia, Jessie Reyez, and more.


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The music lineup is full of indie gems. This year, BIME Bogotá will feature over 50 artists from Latin America and Europe for a 5-day celebration of the diversity within the music industry. The scheduled performances include Venezuelan MC Irepelusa, Mexican alternative rebel Bruses, and everyone’s favorite Colombian party band Los Cotoplaboyz.


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In the age of streaming, vinyl record sales continue to grow at an accelerated pace, reaching record sales of over $1.2 billion in 2022. The Vinyl Market will bring together vinyl pressers, record labels, and record stores for a three-day exhibition (May 5 – 7) that will include special releases and live music. Remember to bring a tote, as the records you’ve been crate-digging for years may be waiting for you.


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As a first in 2023, BIME Bogotá will have a direct connection with the plastic arts by joining Open San Felipe (May 6 – 7). This festival seeks to shine a light on the spaces dedicated to art and gastronomy in the San Felipe neighborhood. BIME will complement the programming with a series of live performances at Parque La Araña.