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The Black Madonna, Helena Hauff, the night mayor of Amsterdam and more have signed it so far...

Including Jamie Jones, Damian Lazarus and more... 

South African house master and DJ Mag favourite, Black Coffee, needs no introduction. Nor does his residency at Hï, one of Ibiza's best-loved clubs. The DJ and producer confirmed his second season at the address at the beginning of this year, with the dates beginning on Saturday 26th May and running through until 6th October. 

A huge list of top-drawer talent has already played at the weekly party this year, and there's plenty more massiveness still to come over the next two months. Highlights between now and the closing party include Âme live (18th August), Guy Gerber (25th August), The Black Madonna (1st September), recent DJ Mag interviewee Nastia (8th September) and Andrea Oliva (29th September). 

Take a look at these 20 insanely amazing snaps that sum up the madness, mayhem and majesty so far... 

Farr Festival 2018
Farr Festival 2018

Flux Day & Night, Cocoon In The Park, Farr Festival, Sequences, Nozstock and Shine says goodbye to Mandela Hall...

Traumprinz DJ Healer Prince of Denmark SoundCloud mix
Traumprinz DJ Healer Prince of Denmark SoundCloud mix

A work of art... 

Planet Uterus tease new albums from mysterious aliases DJ Healer and Prime Minister Of Doom
Planet Uterus tease new albums from mysterious aliases DJ Healer and Prime Minister Of Doom

Or is it just another elaborate April Fool’s prank?

The Black Madonna is the real deal. Raised in Kentucky but born in the DJ booth of Chicago's Smartbar, she's unleashed the true spirit of house back into the world. Fearlessly challenging the status quo both on and off the dancefloor, she’s spearheading a global revolution drawing its power from the founding principles of dance culture. In advance of playing our Miami pool party, we found out why The Black Madonna still believes...

It's a tough month, but someone's got to do it. 

Rather than installing him with more confidence, cleaning up end-of-year charts with disco bombshell 'Final Credits' and winning Essential Mix Of The Year in 2016 scared the living daylights out of Harry Agius,known to most as Midland. How an earth could he top the most successful period in his career so far ? On the eve of his darkly concieved 'Fabriclive 94'-an expertly layered, painstakingly selected DJ mix -we chat to the Graded boss about growing into his own skin,sounding out on socail media and over-thinking everything...

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