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Venue Spotlight: Hi Ibiza

Venue Spotlight: Hi Ibiza

Andrew Kemp | Features & Interviews

The new kid on the block in 2017, Hi Ibiza relieved the sadness caused by the closure of legendary club Space by providing a cutting new edge club to fill the mighty gap that the institution left in the Ibiza clubbing scene. Run by the same team that have made Ushuaia a world famous dance haven, Hi was always going to grab the attention of discerning party goers on the White Isle, but few could have predicted just how big a wave it would cause. Already placed amongst the top tier of clubs on many an Ibiza head’s to-do list, Hi might just be the most exciting space on the island right now.

The space
Something special had to be done if Hi was to escape from the shadow cast by Space, a superclub that was almost synonymous with Ibiza nightlife itself. Fortunately, with two huge rooms and three open air spaces, Hi delivered. Both decked out spectacularly, Theatre and the slightly smaller Club are two of the best dance spots on the island, and with plenty of areas to relax in as well, Hi seems to have found the key to creating the perfect party environment.

Scattered with lush foliage and all the extravagance that you’d hope for in one of the White Isle’s freshest clubs, Hi leaves a lasting impression on its guests, and particularly those who splash the cash for the VIP experience. With private teepees, chic bars and even DJs playing in the unisex toilets, there’s no expense spared by the Ushuaia team, and Hi’s clientele reap the rewards. Crazy production levels including mind melting light displays pit it against the very highest competition, and so it’s no wonder that word about the Playa d’en Bossa venue has quickly got around.

Goodbye Space, Hello Hi
When Carl Cox shut down an emotional final night at Space, you could have been forgiven for thinking the shell of the club would never again be quite as vibrant as it had been under its old guise. Saddened at an undoubted loss to the scene, Ibiza clubbers probably weren’t expecting a new institution to wipe the tears away quite so soon, with the May 2017 opening party for Hi following only a matter of months after Space had closed its doors for the final time.

State of the art design and an unparalleled atmosphere have now made Hi famous not just as Space’s replacement, however, but as the latest component of Ibiza’s illustrious club scene, and an impeccable first season takes the credit. Residencies from Martin Garrix, Black Coffee, Armin van Buuren, Eric Prydz and more took partying up another notch on the heat chart, and it’s no wonder that a fair few of the cast’s big hitters have signed up again for 2018. Earning rave reviews across the board, it seems that 2017 was a perfect start to life for the club, and that definitely bodes well for this summer too.

What’s On in summer 2018
Black Coffee - Saturday residency
The summer 2018 opening party is a good indication of what’s ahead, with Black Coffee and &me among the stars opening the curtain on a glitzy season. The opening party takes place on Saturday 26th May, and Black Coffee then continues his Saturday residency until 6th October, with a plethora of other stars joining as party season hits full swing.

Glitterbox - Friday residency
Returning for a second year at the new club, Friday night party Glitterbox enjoys 17 dates this summer, the first bringing Basement Jaxx, Dimitri From Paris, Roger Sanchez and more to Hi on the 1st June. A wealth of high-end house maestros including Derrick Carter, Todd Terry, Groove Armada and Cassius also step up to the decks on the run to the 28th September closing party.

Afterlife - Tale Of Us Thursday residency
Tale Of Us will bring their acclaimed residency to Hi from the last Thursday of June, inviting guests as reputable as techno can offer over the course of their forward thinking series. Dixon, Maceo Plex, Robert Hood, Helena Hauff, Marcel Dettmann and Ben UFO are just a small selection of the names calling in before the residency is up, so that should tell you all you need to know about the scale of Tale Of Us’ plans.

The new kid on the block in 2017, Hi Ibiza relieved the sadness caused by the closure of legendary club Space by providing a cutting new edge club to fill the mighty gap that the institution left in the Ibiza clubbing scene. Run by the same team that have made Ushuaia a world famous dance haven, Hi was always going to grab the attention of discerning party goers on the White Isle, but few could have predicted just how big a wave it would cause. Already placed amongst the top tier of clubs on many an Ibiza head’s to-do list, Hi might just be the most exciting space on the island right now.

Eric Prydz - Tuesday residency
With CamelPhat and Cristoph as his musical accessories each week, Swedish DJ Eric Prydz will be hammering home progressive house goodies from 10th July, making the Tuesday slot his own. As if that wasn’t enough, naughty tech house icons Solardo have full control of room 2.

Armin van Buuren - Wednesday residency
Last year one of the most popular residencies on the island was Armin van Buuren’s slot at Hi, and the trance specialist returns every Wednesday from 20th June to 19th September. Sunnery James & Marciano rule room 2.

Cream - Sunday residency
Cream have been working their magic for well beyond two decades, so there’s no chance of disappointment at their parties at Hi. Sundays between June 24th to September 23rd will be at their disposal, and with the likes of Diplo, Steve Angello, Oliver Heldens and Hardwell booked in, there’s going to be Cream-induced fireworks again in 2018.With CamelPhat and Cristoph as his musical accessories each week, Swedish DJ Eric Prydz will be hammering home progressive house goodies from 10th July, making the Tuesday slot his own. As if that wasn’t enough, naughty tech house icons Solardo have full control of room 2.

 

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