Pacha Ibiza

“A hassle free party experience. Essential Ibiza organised it all. Their on island experience clearly places them in a special position for looking after people. Amazing ” — Cathy Summers

Although the first Pacha opened its doors in 1967 in Sitges on the outskirts of Barcelona, it was the opening of the club in Ibiza in 1973 that would propel the brand into the consciousness of the global clubbing community.

2017 saw the famous venue celebrate it fiftieth anniversary, a stunning milestone and half a century of delivering the finest entertainment to a global audience. Pacha Ibiza plays host to the world’s biggest brands, top DJs and performers and an army of loyal followers whose trust is not misplaced. Clubbers descend on the clubbing Mecca that is Ibiza every summer, many of them experiencing the island for the first time, many of them fulfilling an annual pilgrimage, feeding their soul with some of the finest beats, and all of them with a plan to walk through the Pacha doors and onto the hallowed dancefloor at least once.

Pacha is a true clubbing super power, from humble beginnings five decades ago, it is one of the must-visit venues on the island. This summer sees the twin cherries return with another strong weekly schedule, kicking off on Monday nights with Flower Power, it’s longest serving party residency. Wednesday sees a debut for techno giants Cocoon, moving from Amnesia for what promises to be a spectacular collaboration. Two clubbing powerhouses embarking on a shared journey, it is going to be a very ineresting season. David Guette returns with his FMIF party, one of the most successful island residencies and there’s another Friday night residency for Hot Since 82 with Labyrinth.The weekend stays the same with Bob Sinclar bringin Paris By Night to the twin cherries and Solomun finishing off the week in style with his Plus One. It’s going to be another big summer for Pacha, make sure you have your tickets well in advance.

“A hassle free party experience. Essential Ibiza organised it all. Their on island experience clearly places them in a special position for looking after people. Amazing ” — Cathy Summers