Hï Ibiza reveal huge Sunday residency including Steve Angello and Hardwell
One of the final clubs to keep us guessing on their full weekly line-up, it appears Hï Ibiza have saved the best for last, announcing a simply mammoth Sunday schedule involving some of the biggest names in the industry. Having already revealed the majority of their club nights for the 2017 season, including the likes of Martin Garrix (Mondays), Eric Prydz (Tuesdays), and Black Coffee (Saturdays), the brand new superclub look set to dominate the Playa d’en Bossa area with new night, Hï Sundays.
The venue, owned by the neighbouring Ushuaïa entertainment group, will open their doors for a debut season on the island this summer, having taken over the area formerly occupied by iconic club, Space. And with the best talent around taking to the decks, Hï Sundays look set to be one of the biggest nights on the white isle. The likes of Hardwell, Oliver Heldens, Steve Angello, and Don Diablo will headline the weekly events, with further support from an all-star cast featuring the likes of Afrojack, Throttle, Sam Feldt, and Robin Schulz.
With big name EDM acts taking control of the main room (Theatre), The Club (Room 2) will feature sets from the likes of local heroes Mambo Brothers, The Magician, Jonas Blue, and BBC Radio One dance anthems host, Danny Howard. ‘Gecko’ producer Oliver Heldens announced his joy at the news, stating:
“I believe in being part of something from the start and that’s what’s happening now with Hï Ibiza. It’s special to be included right from the first season that it’s open. The location has great history, so I’m really proud to be part of the new chapter.”
Hï Sundays will take place on every Sunday between 2nd July and 17th September and tickets can be purchased from the official Hï website so make sure you grab yourself entry to what promises to be one of the biggest Ibiza events of the summer!
Hï Sundays bring an all-star lineup that mixes big artists, Ibiza icons & very special guests. #hiibiza
— Hï Ibiza (@hiibizaofficial) May 4, 2017