2018 Season Preview – Ushuaïa - My Ibiza

2018 Season Preview – Ushuaïa

Considered by many to be Ibiza’s leading open-air venue, Ushuaïa truly is something special.

Home to the island’s best daytime parties, Ushuaïa opens its doors for an impressive eighth consecutive summer this year.

Prestigious and luxurious, this Playa D’En Bossa favourite is famous for its immense stage production, its festival-like atmosphere and for hosting some of dance music’s most decorated names.

Whilst renowned for a pre-dominantly EDM summer program, Ushuaïa always kick off their campaigns with a taste of the underground as this year is no different.

Hosting a double weekend opener in association with ANTS, the glamorous venue will begin their summer on Saturday 19th May featuring the likes of Andrea Oliva, Apollonia, Nic Fanciulli, Paco Osuna and Steve Lawler. Meanwhile, weekend two on 26th May will see the likes of Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Maya Jane Coles and Hito appear.

Here’s what else you can expect to experience at Ushuaïa in 2018.

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Back for his seventh season at the open-air club, French superstar David Guetta returns to Mondays with BIG by David Guetta for a total of 17 weeks.

Whilst line-ups are yet to be revealed for this one, last year saw Guetta joined by such illustrious names as Afrojack, Jonas Blue and Robin Schulz.[/postfeature]

[postfeature title=’Tuesdays: Tomorrowland presents Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Garden of Madness (19th June – 18th September)’ align=’left’ image=’https://myibiza.tv/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2017/05/garden_of_madness_ushuaia_ibiza_2017_vip-300×180.jpg’]

Following the success of their first summer residency, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike will once again command the Ushuaïa decks every Tuesday in 2018.

Back for 14 incredible shows, the Belgian duo will no doubt bring with them some talented names, exceptional production value and a custom-built stage.[/postfeature]

[postfeature title=’Wednesdays: Tinie Tempah Disturbing Ibiza (6th June – 19th September)’ align=’left’ image=’https://myibiza.tv/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2015/06/tinie_tempah_disturbing_ibiza_ushiuaia_2017_lineup-300×180.jpg’]

Having hosted two hugely popular residencies in 2016 and 2017, Tinie Tempah will also spend this summer at Ushuaïa but this time, he takes charge of Wednesdays.

Bringing the very best in hip hop, R&B, old skool garage and more, Tinie’s mega pool party will feature some of urban music’s finest names. Whilst line-ups are yet to be confirmed, DJ Charlesy will be back every week to support Tinie on decks.[/postfeature]

[postfeature title=’Thursdays: Martin Garrix (5th July – 30th August)’ align=’left’ image=’https://myibiza.tv/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2017/05/martin_garrix_ushuaia_ibiza-300×180.jpg’]

With the world as his oyster, Martin Garrix looks to continue building upon his seemingly never-ending success this summer at Ushuaïa with his third successive residency at the club.

Back for nine special dates, the EDM star will no doubt be joined by some of the genre’s biggest names. Last year saw Garrix accompanied by the likes of Don Diablo, Lost Frequencies and Netsky amongst others.[/postfeature]

[postfeature title=’Fridays: DYSTOPIA (1st June – 28th September)’ align=’left’ image=’https://myibiza.tv/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2018/04/DYSTOPIA-1.jpg’]

Brand new to Friday nights at Ushuaïa, DYSTOPIA brings with it an exciting, fresh festival experience to the White Isle as it looks to turn things upside down.

Blending together both visual and musical art, DYSTOPIA will transform the open-air venue into an outlandish world with visual curiosities and interactive offerings. These will include new common areas, chill-out zones, healing areas and pop-up markets.[/postfeature]

[postfeature title=’Saturdays: ANTS (2nd June – 29th September)’ align=’left’ image=’https://myibiza.tv/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2018/03/ANTS-300×200.jpg’]

Promising to hack the system in its sixth season, ANTS resumes its Saturday night role at Ushuaïa as the venue’s only underground concept this summer.

With complete line-ups confirmed, colony members will be able to catch performances from the likes of Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Apollonia, Andrea Oliva, Maya Jane Coles, Groove Armada, Steve Lawler, Kolsch, Joris Voorn, CamelPhat, Solardo, Ilario Alicante, Richy Ahmed and more.[/postfeature]

[postfeature title=’Sundays: Kygo (15th July – 2nd September)’ align=’left’ image=’https://myibiza.tv/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2016/05/kygo_ushuaia_ibiza_2017_info-300×180.jpg’]

First impressing at Ushuaïa with a mini-residency back in 2016, Kygo now enters his full second season as a resident at the island’s premier open-air club by holding down his Sunday slot.

Hosting eight highly anticipated dates, the Norwegian will bring pleasure to the ears of all whom attend with his feel-good selections.[/postfeature]

[postfeature title=’Special: HARDWELL (28th June & 6th September)’ align=’left’ image=’https://myibiza.tv/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2016/12/hardwell_ibiza_2016_lineup-300×180.jpg’]

A former resident of the Ushuaïa complex, EDM sensation Hardwell has confirmed he will make two special appearances at the Bossa venue this summer.

Bringing a blend of big-room house and electro, Hardwell will bring with him some of EDM’s biggest selectors. With line-ups yet to be revealed, previous seasons have seen the Dutchman joined by Kill the Buzz, Funkersman and Chocolate Puma.[/postfeature]

[postfeature title=’Special: NERVO Nation (7th, 14th & 21st June)’ align=’left’ image=’https://myibiza.tv/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2016/03/nervo_nation_ushuaia_ibiza_2017_vip-300×180.jpg’]

Returning to the White Isle for three special occasions, Aussie female duo, NERVO, will take over the Ushuaïa stage throughout the majority of June.

Whilst line-ups haven’t been announced yet, previous summers have seen the Grammy Award winners joined by Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Klingande and Danny Avila.[/postfeature]

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