Five years of Pacha Festival to be celebrated in brand new location - My Ibiza

Five years of Pacha Festival to be celebrated in brand new location

The five year mark is a special milestone to anyone who reaches it but when it’s the five year milestone of Pacha Festival, it is extra special. So special in fact that in 2016, it shall be celebrated in a brand new location: Amsterdam.

Organised by exclusive Ibiza club chain, Pacha, the Pacha Festival will embark upon its biggest celebrations to date as it gears up to take things to the next level at its five year anniversary in Amsterdam. More specifically, this will take place at the Arenapark in Amsterdam. The reasoning behind this is because its former location of Jana Eiland is undergoing the construction of a new hotel.

You can expect all of the luxurious and prestigious qualities the red cherries of Pacha Ibiza has to offer ushered into the Dutch capital along with a line-up of extraordinary proportions and entertainment simply second-to-none.

Speaking of the line-up, the first names for the fifth anniversary of the Pacha Festival have been unveiled. Such talents announced include ANOTR, Benny Rodrigues, Claptone, Cassy, Darius Syrossian, Franky Rizardo, Hannah Wants, Karotte, Klingande, Martin Solveig, Mark Knight, Prunk, Sander Kleinenberg, Toddy Terry and UMEK. The full line-up details will be available soon.


Pacha can also reveal two party concepts set to take place during Pacha Festival. One of which is from the creative genius known as Martin Solveig with My House whilst Insane will return with a line-up more tailored towards underground house, techno and tech house.

The popular Ibiza hippie market and food village, which includes a sushi pop up restaurant, will also be returning to Pacha Festival.

All of this will take place on Saturday 3rd September from 12pm. This will go on until 11pm. Early-bird tickets are available now at €35. You can opt for VIP tickets at €79.50 which will provide you with such pleasures as the VIP entrance, a free locker, a separate toilet, a fantastic view of the main stage and more.

Sound good? We thought so. After all, it is Pacha Festival meets Amsterdam. Not many combinations come better than that. 


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