Sasha has announced that he will be hosting a Last Night on Earth label showcase at Pacha Ibiza on Saturday 13th May.
Joining Sasha for the one-off showcase will be George Fitzgerald, LNOE inductee VONDA7 and Alex Kennon.
The label — which was created by the legendary DJ and producer six years ago — has been the home for releases from My Favorite Robot, Max Cooper, Hunter/Game, Ejeca and more.
Maceo Plex adds Nick Murphy (aka Chet Faker), Royksopp, Jon Hopkins, Modeselektor and Levon Vincent to his Mosaic residency at Pacha Ibiza.
Running Tuesdays 30th May to 3rd October, Plex’s sophomore residency on the White Isle also welcomes Rødhåd, Ben Klock, Silent Servant, Lord of the Isles, Talaboman, Henrik Schwarz, Stephan Bodzin, and Bicep.
As previously announced, Hot Since 82 will also be curating a 20-week Labyrinth residency as part of Pacha Ibiza’s 50th Anniversary.
Hot Since 82 has announced a 20-week Pacha Ibiza residency, dubbed Labyrinth, where the Leeds-based DJ and producer will be taking over the club every Friday from May 26th to October 6th.
Speaking about teaming up with Pacha, Hot Since 82 said: “Working with the legendary club on this new party concept has been a lot of fun and I’m really looking forward to evolving the format from what I do with my label showcases. I can't wait for you to get lost in the Labyrinth with me."
IMS will recognise and pay homage to Pacha founder Ricardo Urgell with the prestigious IMS legends award, it has been announced today.
2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the Pacha Group — which was recently sold to Trilantic Capital Partners — and the award is a fitting tribute to Urgell and his global dance brand.
A huge wildfire has ripped through Ibiza town's protected Ses Feixes Wetlands.
The wildfire reportedly started at 1pm on Monday 7th March and destroyed five cars and forced the evacuation of two nearby homes.
Nearby residents called the wildfire “suspicious” citing a recent change in the forestry law as a possible reason for the wildfire.
According to one resident, a new amendment to the 2015 forestry act means that land destroyed by fire — even if it was protected beforehand, like the Ses Feixes Wetlands — can then be built upon.
Martin Solveig will return to Pacha in Ibiza this year for another round of his popular residency, My House.
The French DJ/producer has just revealed the dates for his residency, set to run Wednesday 31st May through to 4th October, at the famous double cherry branded club.
Though no line-up has been anounnced, last year's roster included Diplo, Secondcity, Blonde, Boys Noize, The Magician, Tinie Tempah, Marvin Humes and Don Diablo, plus Capital FM resident Coco Cole.
Maceo Plex returns to Pacha this year with round two of his residency night, Mosaic By Maceo.
Set to run across 19 Tuesdays from 30th May to 3rd October 2017, Maceo will joined by a host of special guests throughout the season, though no official line-up has been revealed.
Last year's special guests included John Talabot, Dj Koze, Kiasmos, Len Faki, Carl Craig, Stephan Bodzin, Adam Beyer or Roman Flugel, with this year's line-up expected to be just as spectacular.
Solomun has announced that his Ibiza party Solomun +1 will hit Pacha for the 5th consecutive year.
Solomun +1 is hitting Sundays on the White Isle for 21 parties, which start on 28th May and run through until 15th October.
Line-up details are said to follow the news in the coming weeks.
The idea behind the popular party is simple, with Solomun picking one musical peer to play back-to-back with all-night long with at each event.
Pacha Group has officially been sold for €350 million to private equity firm, Trilantic Capital Partners.
The future of the Ibiza company has been uncertain since owner Ricardo Urgell put it up for sale back in September, initially asking for €500 million.
Ibiza has reportedly had its biggest ever year for tourism in 2016, according to official stats that show over 7.1 million people visited the island from January through October – a 14.6% increase on the same period last year.
Ibiza’ director of tourism, Vicent Torres, puts the increase down to spikes in “usually lost months” like October, which is up 33% on 2015.
The exact number of people that visited Ibiza from January through October is 7,109,115, according to Diario De Ibiza.