5 Of Ibiza’s Craziest Closing Shows

By Lottie Woodrow |
28th August 2019

Party season is almost over and where best to live out the last few days of the smouldering summer sun than the biggest party island in the world; Ibiza. As with all epic party seasons, Ibiza’s is gradually coming to an end. So on this grey London morning, we’re travelling to Ibiza, sangria in hand, deciding which Ibiza closing show we’d happily swan off to given the chance…

Let’s get this party started!

Ibiza Rocks Hotel

Ibiza Rocks Hotel

The closing party that’s bound to rock your socks off is Ibiza Rocks. Probably the most well known party hotel of them all, Ibiza Rocks Hotel will be closing its party doors for another season this September, and, of course, they’re going out with five back-to-back epic parties. This year, the hotel saw the likes of Craig David, DJ EZ, Sonny Fodera, Huxley and a whole lot of other killer acts. Don’t miss out on the ultimate five day closing party extravaganza, Ibiza Rocks style.

Where: Carrer de Cervantes, 27, 07820 Sant Antoni de Portmany, Illes Balears, Spain
Website: www.ibizarocks.com

Ushuaïa Beach Club

Ushuaïa Beach Club

Get the champers on ice, rock your finest bikini, and get ready to party it up for an epic month long party.

Ushuaïa Beach Club is actually built around the main stage and the club, and it’s clear to see why it’s so popular. Whether you’re up for rocking out on your balcony, or heading down to get a prime grooving spot down by the stage (it gets a little crazy down here, so it’s not for the fainthearted), Ushuaïa goers certainly know how to party the summer away. The closing shows are dotted throughout September, with Calvin Harris kicking his off on the 6th of September. There is, however, a mega closing party penciled in for the 5th of October, with guests and DJs awaiting to announced, but we’re already eager to see who’ll be making an appearance eek!

Where: Avenue d'Isidor Macabich, 25, 07800 Eivissa, Illes Balears, Spain
Website: www.theushuaiaexperience.com/en/

Blue Marlin Ibiza

Blue Marlin Ibiza

Wave goodbye to the summer with Blue Marlin Ibiza. When the celebs swan off to Ibiza, they’re seen rocking out here. Both Lewis Hamilton and Leonardo di Caprio have been spotted dancing the night away in the past, so this place is a pretty big deal… On 6th October, the guys at Blue Marlin Ibiza will be closing their curtains with their wildest party of the season. Expect electronic music soundscapes, surreal sunsets, and one hella party. We can promise one thing though: it’s gonna be boozy!

Where: Cala Jondal, s/n, 07800 Ibiza, Islas Baleares, Spain
Website: www.bluemarlinibiza.com

Privilege

Privilege

This club is ginormous (apparently it’s got the title of world’s biggest club, courtesy of the Guinness Book of Records) so it’s fitting that their closing season is just as epically drawn out. This summer has seen five crazy club nights take centre stage, and each one has their own dedicated closing party (duh). All that’s left to say is it’s been a privilege partying with you, Privilege, now let’s party September away!

Where: Urbanización San Rafael, s/n, 07816 Sant Antoni de Portmany, Islas Baleares, Spain
Website: www.privilegeibiza.com/en-gb/

Cova Santa

Cova Santa

A fine dining restaurant and a club night? Oh, go on then! Cova Santa is not only home to a stunning restaurant build on top of a thousand year-old natural cave, that’s been sculpted by the water over the years, but it’s also home to a banging nightlife too! As the summer season draws to an end, so do the parties, but you can certainly party it out in style at one of Cova Santa’s epic closing parties.

The party we’re looking forward to the most though, is their WHO CARES party, closing 24th September. Party it under the stars, Cova Santa style.

Where: PM-803, km 7, 07817 Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain
Website: www.covasanta.com

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