Ushuaïa Ibiza will fully reopen its doors for the first time in more than 21 months this Saturday, 31st July, with music events now beginning to return to Ibiza following the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kicking off this summer's season Ushuaïa is hosting a new open-air, seated event concept created especially for this year, called Palmarama. The event series is the work of The Night League, the team behind both Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza.
Making use of the greenery and lush surroundings of Ibiza and, specifically, Ushuaïa as a venue, the event series will offer revellers the chance to experience the open-air venue, while adhering to current COVID-19 guidelines, and witness sets from some of the best DJs in a much more intimate setting than usual.
All current COVID-19 guidelines set the Balearic Islands' Government will be respected throughout the series, and tables will be able to enjoy a special menu curated by Minami, the Japanese fusion restaurant at Ushuaïa.
Individual Palmarama line-ups are yet to be revealed, but you can book in for your own experience and find out more by heading here.
As of early last week, Ibiza is back on the UK's amber travel list, having been placed on the green list for a few weeks.