International Music Summit (IMS) has postponed IMS Ibiza 2021 and announced the summit will return in 2022 for its 13th edition. The event hopes to reunite thousands of global electronic music industry professionals after a two year hiatus, curating a programme of diverse discussions that aims to help negotiate the post-COVID world.
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 13th edition of the International Music Summit (IMS) welcomes electronic musician, producer, visual artist, academic and leading pioneer in environmental activism Brian Eno, who will open IMS Ibiza with a keynote interview with IMS partner and BBC Radio 1 DJ Pete Tong.
Together recently announced its Tenth Anniversary Ibiza season – Ten Years, Ten Shows – with Chase & Status announced as weekly hosts and residents. This year sees Together switch from Tuesdays to Mondays at Amnesia Ibiza, kicking off proceedings from 1 – 29 June, and returning from 7 September to 5 October. Season headliners Chase & Status will be bringing with them hand-picked special guests, world exclusive debuts and first time, one-off B2Bs on their most ambitious season yet,...
Defected recently announced the acts confirmed for the inaugural Defected Ibiza Festival 2020, including Basement Jaxx, Gorgon City, Purple Disco Machine, Horse Meat Disco, Roberto Surace and Defected’s own Simon Dunmore.