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As all good things must come to end… Ushuaïa Ibiza held the last dance for the season on Saturday evening. Ushuaïa’s mega party-brand, ANTS, presented a special closing production, with a packed-roster of b2b sets running until midnight, before we all got teary about having to wait a few months to do it all over again.

The closing party brought 14 of the finest names in underground talent to the Ushuaïa stage. Luciano played – while a slew of further performances from the ANTS family included Andrea Oliva, Nic Fanciulli, Steve Lawler, Solardo and GRAMMY nominees CamelPhat, plus Eli & Fur and Secondcity. The line-up was rounded off with sets from Dublin and Francisco Allendes.

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The colony swept through the entire venue with a human ANTS takeover, from technicians to check-in staff, the full-army was onsite. The poolside stage was decked out with huge green leaves, while other creative elements were placed throughout the crowd. To celebrate yet another incredible summer season Ushuaïa Ibiza took all the stops to truly go out with a bang.

The jewel in Ibiza’s party crown, Ushuaïa’s dedication to bringing the most-sought after names to their world-famous stage ensures they remain one step ahead of the game every time. Based on the experiences gathered over the years, Ushuaïa Ibiza is dedicated to providing the best outdoor entertainment possible. The legendary poolside parties have been drawing in the crowds ever since the very beginning.

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The team behind the #1 Open Air Club raises the bar ever higher, with an impeccable lineup of superstar residents from across the electronic music spectrum playing from daytime to midnight. Not just content with packing their nights full of world class artists, Ushuaïa Ibiza constantly outdoes itself when it comes to phenomenal productions, with a different theme each night of the week. With incredible pyrotechnics, mind-blowing lighting, visuals and a state of the art sound-system, not to mention the beautifully designed go-go costumes, as well as an abundance of confetti, streamers and CO2, it’s no surprise people flock from around the world for the inimitable Ushuaïa experience.



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