Pacha Ibiza Celebrates 50 Years With 18-Hour Party Featuring Solomun B2B Marco Carola

Renowned nightclub Pacha Ibiza will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a fast-approaching all-day, all-night party headlined by a performance from Solomun B2B Marco Carola.

The historic event will run from 12PM-6AM on Wednesday, August 2, 2023, beginning at Destino Pacha Resort before ending the night at Pacha Ibiza.

Pacha has been celebrating 50 years in the business all summer long, having already tapped both Solomun and Brooklyn duo Bedouin for residencies throughout the summer.

Other current residencies include Claptone’s “The Masquerade,” CamelPhat, and the venue’s hallmark “Pure Pacha” party with Robin Schulz.

Solomun has hosted one of Pacha’s longest-standing and most popular parties again this year with “Solomun + 1,” a show concept in which the main man invites one influential guest to play alongside him.

In a similar fashion, Carola will bring his unique three-deck style to the birthday bash along with incredible technical skills forged across an illustrious 30-year career in house and techno.

Since opening in 1973, Pacha has been revered for ushering in a new wave of modern clubbing on the White Isle, where its signature cherries logo has become a cherished symbol of the Ibiza lifestyle.

Tickets for Pacha Ibiza’s 50th birthday bash are available here.

Featured image from Pacha.

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