5 Best Performances at Amnesia Ibiza Opening

The Amnesia Ibiza opening party last weekend was a sensational event that marked the beginning of an unforgettable summer season. With an electrifying atmosphere, pulsating beats, and an array of world-class DJs, the party created an immersive experience that left attendees craving for more. Amnesia Ibiza once again proved why it is renowned as one of the world’s most iconic and vibrant nightlife destinations.

This year it reached new heights once more with a wealth of magical moments and unforgettable memories and here we round up five of them.


The improvised duo made up of the Italian DJ and the Leeds-born was a real trip where each one was in charge of reminding us that this was not going to be another night. They already coincided at the closing of last season, separately. The perfect sounds at the right time, capturing the energy of an audience devoted to this unprecedented session that left no one indifferent.


His more than twenty years endorse him as one of the greats on the global electronic scene. He knew how to manage his role in the cabin, prior to the brand new set of Seth Throlex and Skream. Their own songs and songs that you did not expect to hear in the session left the public with a good taste in their mouths and certainly many left wanting more. All of life becomes an instant when we talk about the good old Maceo!


This couple made up of the Swedish DJ Adam Beyer, Drumcode boss, and the New Yorker Layton Giordani, one of the leading artists in this new school of futuristic techno. Beyer’s experience was combined with Giordani’s fresh ideas to cook up a stimulating session for all five senses. Of course, the iconic track “Space Date” was played, the work of both together with Green Velvet.


The master of the new Dutch Hard Techno closed the main room with his hypnotic style mixing all the tracks in his acclaimed LIVE set that conquers the stages of the best clubs and festivals on the planet. His repertoire includes tracks by Filth on Acid and by colleagues in the genre with whom he has collaborated in recent months. Frantic and sparkling as hell. Also celebrating the fifth anniversary of his collaboration with Carl Cox, Christopher Coe with the remix of Space 92 edited under his own label and released a year ago.


The clock struck ten o’clock when Seth Throxler and Skream stepped into the booth. The multi-faceted Detroit-raised African-American artist teamed up with the popular chameleon-like British Dubstep producer turned Dubstep producer to put the finishing touch to an evening that we couldn’t explain in words or video. It is an experience that has to be lived at least once in a lifetime. They played all styles, in a two-hour session full of energy, emotional, danceable tracks and hits that make even the slowest dancer dance, demonstrating why these two artists travel the world and are highly acclaimed.

Author: Santi Sanchez

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