Jamie Jones Reveals Line-Up and Theme for 2017 PARADISE SEASON
Paradise invites you to get lost in the Electric Jungle, an immersive, exotic reality of roaming soundscapes and stunning digital exploration.
Paradise, Ibiza's ultimate hedonistic experience curated by Jamie Jones, has just unveiled the complete all-star lineup for the fifteen week season at it's cherished home of DC-10. Jamie and the Paradise team have handpicked some of the finest international talent to play the weekly Wednesday party, which will run from 21st June through till 27th September.
Celebrating its sixth year at the legendary venue, Paradise will yet again be the island's hottest ticket as it takes the reins every Wednesday with an all-new immersive theme, Electric Jungle. Having garnered global acclaim year after year, Paradise again promises to deliver a typically unrivalled party utopia, fusing an array of mind-blowing visuals with the best underground DJs in the world.
The season is set to provide countless anticipated musical highlights, with Marco Carola and Carl Craig returning, Tuff City Kids playing an Ibiza exclusive set and legendary New York duo Masters At Work making their debut for the seasons closing celebrations on September 27th. In addition, there will be debut Paradise DC-10 sets from Solardo, Andrea Oliva, Peggy Gou and Latmun, live performances from Infinity Ink, Mr G, Matador, Matthew Johnson, Guti and KiNK, as well as B2B sets from Jamie Jones with Tale of Us, Joseph Capriati and Craig Richards.
New this season, Paradise welcomes Detlef to the family, joining celebrated residents Richy Ahmed, Patrick Topping, wAFF, Russ Yallop, Mark Jenkyns, Luca Cazal, Robert James and Nathan Barato.
In signature style, Paradise will be launching especially early for the grand opening from 6pm, with The Martinez Brothers playing host alongside Jamie in the Garden exclusively for the launch as the season gets underway.
JUNE 21st (Opening Party)
Jamie Jones B2B
THE MARTINEZ BROTHERS
INFINITY INK (live)
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