Black Coffee's Grand Finale at Hï Ibiza: Saturday, September 30. Saturdays in Ibiza have been synonymous with one name: Black Coffee. The South African maestro is preparing to close out his iconic residency at Hï Ibiza on September 30 from 11:30pm. And, trust us, this is one finale you won't want to miss. The Theatre, a space that has witnessed countless magical moments, not only through this summer but since its opening in 2017, will once again be graced by Black Coffee's unparalleled energy. Joining him for this grand finale are Keinemusik (&ME, Rampa & Adam Port) and Pablo Fierro. But, as well all know, there’s more to Hï Ibiza than just The Theatre. The Club Room, a clubbing haven for those seeking the avant-garde in electronic music, will be helmed by Crosstown Rebels head-honcho Damian Lazarus. With support from Chloé Caillet, Anthony Middleton (Audiofly), and Bartolomeo, it's set to be a musical journey like no other. Hï Ibiza, nestled in the heart of Playa d'en Bossa, has been the playground for the crème de la crème of the electronic music world. And as Black Coffee's 2023 residency draws to a close, it's a poignant reminder of the musical journey we've been on. From the afro beats and immersive visuals to the electric atmosphere, it's been a season of unforgettable Saturday nights. Will he be back next year? We’d place some heavy bets on it. But, Ibiza likes to surprise us - so let’s see. In the meantime, as the curtains draw on another chapter of Black Coffee's Hï Ibiza story, make sure you're there to witness the grand finale. Let’s celebrate a season of soul-stirring music together. The lineup Black Coffee first entered the electronic music scene as a graduate of the Red Bull Music Academy and, ever since then, his career has skyrocketed. In 2016, he won Best Deep House DJ at the Ibiza-based DJ Awards. Now, as a double-platinum-selling artist with collaborations under his belt with the likes of Drake, Alicia Keys, P. Diddy, and Beyoncé, we can only gaze in awe as he takes another music-thirsty crowd on an inexplicable journey for the final time in 2023. Keinemusik, a Berlin-based collective established in 2009, is a fusion of five talented DJs, producers, and artists, including Rampa, &ME, Adam Port, Monja, and Reznik. Renowned for their unique blend of techno and deep house, the group challenges musical norms, evident in their name which translates to "no music" in German. Beyond music, Keinemusik has made significant strides in fashion, collaborating with brands like Nike, and has a distinct brand presence, characterized by their signature artwork and a commitment to in-house design. Hailing from the Canary Islands, Pablo Fierro started his own music brand, Vida Records, in 2006. Under his leadership, the label quickly gained fame for its unique sound and impressive collection of music. He's been a regular performer at famous venues like Watergate in Berlin, Djoon in Paris, and Cielo in New York. Blending global influences into his vibrant mixes, your musical experience at the closing party will be an unforgettable one. Damian Lazarus, a renowned DJ and electronic music producer, is famed for his captivating DJ sets and spellbinding performances that transcend traditional club confines, taking audiences on extraordinary experiences in incredible outdoor locations including jungles, beaches, and archaeological ruins. Lazarus has showcased his visionary abilities through his seminal labels, Crosstown Rebels and Rebellion, launching the careers of notable names in the scene, while his inspirations span various genres from show tunes and drum n bass to jazz, electro, soul, house, and techno, all evident in his acclaimed albums such as Flourish and Smoke The Monster Out. Parisian Chloé Caillet has played some of the world’s most renowned clubs and parties, including a residency with Dixon at Pacha, Fabric, Tek Support, Badaboum, Guy Gerber’s Rumors, and most recently Circoloco at DC-10. Anthony Middleton, classically trained from a young age, is a musical powerhouse and one-half of the influential electronic duo, Audiofly. From his early days frequenting the UK's acid house and techno scenes to his transformative years of meditation and Tibetan Bön practice during a health hiatus, Middleton's journey has been both profound and eclectic. Re-emerging stronger, he co-founded Audiofly with Luca Saporito in 2002, and together they've redefined electronic music, while Anthony's solo projects and the SACBE party further showcase his innovative spirit and commitment to the genre. Immersed deeply in the world of music, Bartolomeo's life-long engagement with classical music demonstrates his passion verging on obsession. His musical influences are diverse, encompassing everything from jazz and blues to new wave. Bartolomeo's creations are characterized by an intuitive musical flair and a painstaking focus on details, which is mirrored in his DJ sets.