Playa del Carmen’s best-known nightclub closed officially after the tragic events that took place on the final night of The BPM Festival’s 10th anniversary.

According to the Riviera Maya News, the redevelopment was already expected to happen before the tragedy occurs. The property had already been bought 2 years ago by an unknown businessman and the redevelopment of the space was intended to make The Blue Parrot a hotel property that would include a hosting center and a concert area.
Due to the fact, redevelopment work can only be started after the police investigation is completed.

The incident motivated by cartel violence that resulted in the deaths of 2 security guards and 3 club patrons had a major impact on the music world. Electronic music festivals were banned in Playa del Carmen, Mexico and the inaugural Brazilian edition of The BPM Festival was postponed indefinitely.

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