Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza team up for marathon opening party in April
Adam Beyer, Black Coffee, Charlotte De Witte and more are set to play
On Saturday, April 30, the doors to both Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza will swing back open for a very special opening event bringing in the 2022 Ibiza summer season.
Kicking off the summer earlier than usual this year, both clubs will join forces to take charge of the first full Ibiza season since 2019. The opening event, titled Better Together, will feature “the foremost acts in electronic music across both clubs”.
This year’s line-up includes an almighty selection from across the board of electronic acts including Black Coffee, The Martinez Brothers, Charlotte De Witte, Adam Beyer, Kölsch, and more.
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The Night League founder Yann Pissenem said on the upcoming event: “After what has been a very challenging time for both the industry and the island, we can't wait to welcome music lovers back to the Ushuaïa Ibiza and Hï Ibiza dancefloors this summer.”
The marathon party will kick off on April 30 until May 1 this year at Ushuaïa Ibiza from midday welcoming clubbers back through the doors until midnight, before Hï returns with force from 11:PM just a stone's throw away.
The party promises to continue at Hï until close in the early hours of Sunday, May 1. “The stage is set for an unforgettable experience to celebrate the return of large-scale music events to Ibiza and reunite our global community of music fans,” says Pissenem.
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Both Ushuaïa and Hï will be two of the first clubs to reopen on the White Isle following confirmation of Ibiza’s longest season ever. This year, Ibiza’s summer season will run from April through until October or November after two years of club closures.
Find tickets for Better Together here, and check out the preliminary line-up above. Read about everything happening in Ibiza since the pandemic began here.
Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter