Say adios to the out-dated, tacky strip for one night and hola to the biggest club in Ibiza. Amnesia is famous for it’s open air clubbing since the 1980’s and if you are lucky enough to be heading out to Ibiza this year, you should put aside some cash especially for a night at Amnesia.
Now this isn’t a club for getting smashed and ending up swimming in your hotel pool and being chased by security. This is an unforgettable clubbing experience that hosts something different each night. On Tuesdays, Together will bring you a festival atmosphere. With Chase & Status returning for nine dates to deliver electrifying performances. Also throughout the summer will see MK, Gorgon City, Hannah Wants, Groove Armada and many more, on a Tuesday alone.
Celebrating its 21st year on the Balearic isle, Cream is taking over Thursdays. Some of the biggest names in Ibiza DJ history will be making appearances that night of the week; Eric Prydz, Fatboy Slim, Duke Dumont, Pete Tong and more. If you want a night that’ll make your ears ring with electric dance beats for the next 24 hours, get to Cream.
There is really no excuse for not going to Amnesia. It’s one of the legendary clubs from the island and boasts two massive rooms. One that is dark and mysterious and the other is a huge open space that fills up with the sunrise, as you will still be jumping up and down at 7am, believe me. The ice canons could strike at any time, there’s a foam party and each night there will be performers, dancers, acrobats as well as the biggest DJ’s around.
This is really something that should be on your bucket list, your parents probably went there 20 years ago and your kids will probably go in 20 years time. Hypnotic, heavy sounds will stay with you forever and if you save up enough cash, pay that little bit extra for VIP, you will definitely see some of the richest people you’ll ever see in there ordering bottle after bottle of Grey Goose. But anything and anyone goes in Ibiza.
Buy your official amnesia tickets here https://tickets.amnesia.es as they are much cheaper online then buying them from the promoters when you’re there.
By Hannah Williams