Amnesia Ibiza 13.05 - Opening - Full Review

Amnesia Ibiza Kicks Off Summer Season with Legendary Opening Weekend 

The island of Ibiza is known for its vibrant nightlife scene, and one of its most iconic clubs is Amnesia Ibiza. This past weekend, the famous venue kicked off an epic summer season with a vast opening party attended by locals and tourists alike. The research of Spanish philosopher Antonio Escohotado informed the whole idea of Amnesia which is about offering a place where people can forget their problems, disconnect and be part of a global artist and hippie community. That was certainly the case this weekend as we all got lost deep in party paradise.


The party started after much anticipation on Saturday night at 10pm with Pitiusa wonder-woman Anna Tur starting her two hour set in the Main Room while African sensation Gina Jeanz played one hour and a halfs of captivating tunes to the early clubbers who didn’t want to miss a single beat. Amnesia residents Caal and Mar-T took over the Terrace for more than three hours until it was time for Marco Faraone b2b Special Request to blow the roof off with hardcore mixes of big room sounds. Both artists played the opening last year on separate occasions but this year they matched each other tune for tune and served up a remarkable soundtrack for the Terrace. 

At the same time but in the Main Room, other resident Luca Donzelli delivered some powerful house beats and groovy techno then inspiring Palestinian artist Sama’Abdulhadi offered an eclectic set for the most demanding crowd who came to see her. She did not disappoint and her two hour set made a great warm up for Adam Beyer and Layton Giordani who went B2B and until six o’clock Sunday morning. The Swedish tastemaker turned 47 while he was playing and the New York born DJ who recently played with him at Brooklyn Mirage and Printworks helped him celebrate in style. The duo was excellent in the Main Room playing the finest powerful techno from artists like HI-LO, Damian Lazarus, Belocca, ASYS, Space 93, T72, Eli Brown, and Danny Avila. 

Israeli artist Guy Gerber, the Rumors party head, delivered a crowd-pleasing set for melodic lovers and real party animals from all over the island. Then it was time for Maceo Plex who played on the Terrace as the sun started to shine on clubbers’ faces and he played down a superbly cosmic set. Reinier Zonneveld was the one who took charge then in the Main Room with a stunning LIVE set to close at 8am and plenty of raw acid raves sounds. 

DJ sets from some of the world’s most popular electronic music acts kept the dance floor packed all night long. The music as always at Amnesia was accompanied by stunning light shows, mesmerizing visuals, and smoke machines that created an unforgettable atmosphere.

But it wasn’t just about the music and the visuals. Amnesia Ibiza is famous for its immersive experience that includes not just the main room, but also several other areas with different vibes. One of the highlights of the club is the Terrace, an outdoor area with a retractable roof that allows partygoers to dance under the stars. DJs like Maceo Plex, Seth Troxler and Skream all kept the crowd entertained there with their own superb selections.  

Overall, the marathon opening weekend at Amnesia Ibiza was an unforgettable one. The club proved once again why it’s one of the most iconic venues not just in Ibiza, but in the world, with top level headliners and cutting edge produciton. And this was just the start as there are many more events lined up for the rest of the summer that are sure to take things to an all new level. 


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