Ushuaïa Ibiza Gears Up For Summer With New 2023 Season Residencies

Summer is just around the corner and Ushuaïa Ibiza is gearing up for the season by announcing their 2023 residencies including the return of a ten-year dance music veteran.

Tuesdays this summer, the international icon Tiësto will take over for his first Ibiza residency in over a decade. The weekly events will showcase the prominent tastemaker and his industry-changing sound that combined electronic music and pop.

His seventh studio album Drive also drops a few months before, ensuring attendees will hear brand new music along with chart-toppers like “The Motto” and “The Business.”

Returning weekly events include David Guetta’s F*** I’m Famous!, which has been an Ibiza staple for over 20 years, Tomorrowland presents Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and the 10-year anniversary of Ushuaïa underground party ANTS.

There will also be plenty of Ibiza mainstay artists headlining weekly events including young, multi-genre collaborator Martin Garrix and Calvin Harris, who will bring along house legend MK as well as special guests including Ben Hemsley, HoneyLuv, and John Summit. 

Lastly, Sundays are for individual headline shows with Kygo, Armin van Buuren, and more artists yet to be announced.

Everything kicks off April 29 with the joint Hï Ibiza and Ushuaïa opening party, The Signal.

Check out the video below to see the incredible production at Ushuaïa Ibiza and tickets to all of their summer residencies for 2023 can be found here.

Featured image from Ushuaïa Ibiza 

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