The globally renowned house music brand will kick start the 2022 Ibiza season with three huge events taking place across the Balearic island this April and May17th Mar 2022
Tickets for Defected Records in Ibiza - a weekend-long run of parties celebrating the return of the summer season on the dance music mecca - are now on sale.
Running over Friday 29th April, Saturday 30th April and Sunday 1st May, the outstanding score of events will see the world renowned dance brand commandeer the dance floors at frequently attended superclubs and venues, Amnesia, Octan and world heritage UNESCO site, Dalt Vila.
In partnership with the International Music Summit or IMS - one of the world's biggest electronic music conferences and networking events - Defected have brought together a list of house music legends, old and new, to perform in front of thousands of eager ravers, as the first full season on the infamous White Isle since 2019 gets underway.
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Amongst the many star studded DJ names set to deliver only the finest house anthems are the likes of Grammy nominated producer, Danny Tenaglia, Natasha Diggs, Melvo Baptiste, Defected Records boss, Simon Dunmore, Luke Solomon, Bob Sinclair, Defected favourite, Louie Vega, Dan Shake, Derrick Carter and highly sought-after Chicago icon, Honey Dijon.
Tickets for three of Defected's Ibiza weekend shindigs can be found and purchased below:
Defected Dalt Vila - Saturday 30th April 2022
Defected x Classic Music Company After Party - Saturday 30th April 2022
Defected Amnesia - Sunday 1st May 2022
Check out our What's On Guide to discover even more rowdy raves and sweaty gigs taking place over the coming weeks and months. For festivals, lifestyle events and more, head on over to our Things To Do page or be inspired by the event selections on our Inspire Me page.
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