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Pacha Ibiza has always been one of the most iconic venues in the world, having played host to some of the most legendary parties the island has ever seen. Last week, Hot Since 82 took over the venue, showcasing his Labyrinth concept, inviting some of the world’s most esteemed artists to take to the stage.

Upon walking into the venue, it is impossible not to be in awe of the decor, as Pacha is decked out to resemble a rain forest, with foliage hanging from the ceiling as well as huge tribal masks. The atmosphere is intense from the onset, as the club fills up almost immediately, with revelers amazed by the decoration, down to the very last detail.

Matthias Meyer is up first, warming up the crowd as the club becomes packed, setting the tone of an unbelievable night to come. Guti is next up, as the anticipation builds, the atmosphere intensifies, with the crowd reacting to his effortlessly captivating set. As he continues, he stuns the audience with his impeccable talent, pairing the music perfectly with the atmosphere in the club, as the lights coupled with the decor create a stunning spectacle.

Green Velvet takes to the stage, immediately showing off his undeniably extensive talent on the decks, putting together a set encompassing a variety of styles, smoothly melded together. Always provoking a reaction from the crowd at every turn, the Chicago born DJ’s years of experience definitely show, as he effortlessly takes the audience on a journey with some of the finest sounds in the scene.

As Hot Since 82 joins Green Velvet on stage, the atmosphere at Pacha reaches its peak, as the British megastar is met by a roar of approval from the crowd. Exactly as expected, the two make a winning combination, combining their individual styles to deliver a monumental back to back performance which nobody was expecting.

Labyrinth is undoubtedly the perfect concept for Pacha, as both the theme and the artists make the perfect fit with the iconic venue, creating an atmosphere that cannot be beaten. Purchase tickets for Labyrinth at Pacha next Friday here.



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