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The event  Mid-way through another phenomenal season, Ushuaïa Ibiza now reveals its unmissable closing party on Saturday 5 October. Pulling out all the stops with a truly massive house and techno line-up, they’ll be bringing the summer to a close with a resounding ‘bang’. Italian techno stallion Joseph Capriati brings his muscular grooves to the closing party, showing when he has previously been voted in Resident Advisor readers’ Top 50 DJs in the world and teasing exclusives from his acclaimed Redimension label. The mighty Martinez Brothers’ percussive sounds and rolling grooves have been a mainstay on Ibiza in recent years, and with their Cuttin’ Headz events drawing ever-bigger crowds they make for a huge draw. The Black Madonna’s eclectic house and disco anthems have helped to become one of the world’s biggest DJs in the last few years, and from the biggest festivals to intimate clubs, she can always be counted on for a mesmerising, feel-good set. As one of Berlin’s most popular artists, Paul Kalkbrenner’s stadium-sized techno epics are well documented, with his live shows always packing in the crowds at massive venues across the world, and his triumphant sounds make for a great addition to the party. Completing the lineup ANTS headliner Andrea Oliva, fresh from featuring on BBC Radio 1’s legendary Essential Mix show. French techno legend Agoria’s intricate melodies have always made him one of the most interesting artists in the game, and in recent years his reputation has once again deservedly surged, Chilean DJ Francisco Allendes, and Spanish regular Raúl Rodríguez complete the spectacular lineup. Expect the world-class production to be particularly off-the-hook to compliment this formidable line-up.

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USHUAÏA IBIZA CLOSING PARTY

  • 05/oct/19
    • Joseph Capriati
    • The Martinez Brothers
    • The Black Madonna
    • Paul Kalkbrenner
    • Andrea Oliva
    • Agoria
    • Francisco Allendes
    • Raúl Rodríguez