Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza Announce Dates For 2024 Opening Parties

Ibiza’s nightlife may be resting for the winter, but Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza are already looking ahead to next year, as today, both clubs have announced the date of their 2024 opening parties.

Both award-winning clubs will officially reopen their doors on Saturday, April 27, 2024, and though the lineups for each party have yet to be revealed, Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza’s joint closing party, The Vortex, hosted performances from major players like Adam Beyer, Bonobo, Damian Lazarus, and many more.

This year, both opening parties will be individual events, as opposed to a combined bash. However, dedicated clubbers can take advantage of joint day & night passes, giving them access to both celebrations on the same day.

Organizers have assured fans that the opening roster will feature a collection of “world-class acts” and “special guests showcasing the very best in house and techno,” for what promises to be one of the hottest opening party tickets on the island.

Top-notch sound and industry-leading production have seen Hï Ibiza voted the No. 1 club in the world in DJ Mag’s Top 100 Poll for two years running, with Ushuaïa not far behind at No. 5. In the International Nightlife Association’s World’s Best Club Awards, Hï and Ushuaïa were also ranked No. 1 and No. 3, respectively.

Though the opening weekend is slightly less than five months away, fans can stay warm this winter by reliving Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza’s best sets from the summer of 2023 with exclusive DJ mixes on Apple Music.

Find 2024 opening party pre-sale registration for Ushuaïa here and Hï Ibiza here.

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Featured image from Ushuaïa Ibiza.

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