Pacha Goes Disco For NYE

Posted on December 19, 2016

Words: Iain Thomson

As we head towards the end of year celebrations on the island, Pacha has announced it will be donning its flares and hooking up its disco balls for the biggest disco celebration of the year. Embracing the hip-swinging genre, as well as dropping some of the hottest tracks of the year, the line-up of island-known talent is ready to take the famous club into 2017.

Pacha Ibiza has been the island constant throughout the winter since it first opened its doors, keeping the beat alive and giving locals a chance to reclaim the dancefloor after a hectic summer season. With weekly collaborations out of season, it is usually the place to find Ibiza favourites and the emerging wave of new talent on the island. Spending New Years Eve under the watchful eye of the twin cherries has become something of an institution on the island, not to mention an excuse for clubbers the world over to drop in on Ibiza out of season and NYE 2016/17 is no different.

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Pacha, Martin Solveig My House

This year sees Pacha embrace that much loved of dance music genres – disco. December 31 will give revelers a chance to get their groove on to the very best of the much loved genre, mixed with the hottest tracks of recent times to deliver an unforgettable start to 2017. With each room being open and transformed, it promises to be a night of phat basslines and big surprises. From the Disco Floor to Tecnocha, Secret Garden, Funky Room, Karaoke and Glam Up, the choices are many and varied. Each room will have its own identity and offer a different experience.

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Pacha, Martin Solveig My House

Pacha has turned to the talent that resides on the island to take you on the musical journey from 2016 into 2017, names that are no strangers to clubbers on and off the island – Simon Morell and Jaime Fiorito take responsibility for the Disco Floor; Angel Linde, Sergio Mussa, Felix Da Funk and Gauthier DM will be on duty in the Tecnocha, hosted by Keep On Dancing and Ibiza legend DJ Pippi will look after the Funky Room as he did all summer, joined by Paul Powell and hosted by Africa AKA Vaughan, for what promises to be a massive start to the year.