It’s now been confirmed that Ibiza will allow international tourists this summer and the major airlines have announced they will operate direct flights to Ibiza from the UK from 1 July. Beaches, bars, beach-clubs and restaurants are starting to open up for business, including Ibiza Rocks’ pool party venue and its beachside Bar & Diner in San Antonio.
The challenges caused by Covid-19 mean Ibiza Rocks planned 2020 event schedule of headline pool party residencies including Craig David and Rudimental have had to be cancelled for June and July, but the brand has adapted the venue and operations to comply with new safety and social-distancing measures and will start a new series of events from 1 July with the brand new ‘Poolside Sessions.’
Andy McKay, Co-Founder & CEO, Ibiza Rocks Group said: ‘Like everyone in recent months, Ibiza Rocks’ customers, whose risk profile is lower than most, have sacrificed their personal freedom massively. We are hugely passionate about youth and it is this generation that will be largely left to pay the enduring cost of this crisis and our customers will be amongst those that must live with the short, medium and long term consequences.
“Our youth audience are uniquely positioned to help kick start the airline industry and in the process let their hair down and have some much deserved and needed fun, whilst taking advantage of some of the cheapest flight and hotel prices they may ever see. As a well-established, open-air day venue, Ibiza Rocks provides one of the safest environments to party in Ibiza and given the island is opening up to international tourism, we are going to do everything in our power to provide entertainment with real world social interaction and community, whilst creatively maintaining physical distancing between elective friendship groups. We simply can’t wait to welcome people back to our wonderful island for lots of sunshine and good times with us this summer."