Black Coffee, the Grammy Award-winning DJ and producer, is returning once again on Saturday, July 8 to the futuristic superclub in Playa d’en Bossa for the next installment of his summer 2023 residency.
From midnight to 6am, the renowned South African DJ will be driving the party with his innovative music selections alongside esteemed guests in both the Club Room and Theatre of Hï Ibiza.
For the 2023 season, Black Coffee has come back even stronger, offering an unmatched blend of the newest techno & house music in Ibiza every Saturday night. And we've only just begun to scratch the surface of what's to come.
The self-named weekly party at the world’s number 1 club is renowned for its exceptional blend of underground talent, headlined by Black Coffee's signature style. Expect afro beats, captivating visuals, and an atmosphere that can only be described as electric.
Black Coffee isn't the only star of the night. The Club Room will be under the careful stewardship of the forward-thinking selector Damian Lazarus.
Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo, known by his stage name Black Coffee, is a South African DJ, record producer, and singer-songwriter, celebrated globally for his unique fusion of deep house music with indigenous African sounds.
Since releasing his self-titled debut album in 2005, Black Coffee has garnered numerous awards and collaborated with a diverse range of artists, establishing himself as a groundbreaking figure in the world of electronic music.
Bedouin is a US-based DJ and music production duo comprised of Tamer Malki and Rami Abousabe, known for their genre-defying sound that combines their Middle Eastern heritage, Western upbringing, and global influences.
Gaining recognition through performances at significant events such as Burning Man, Coachella, and Tomorrowland, and collaborations with artists like Virgil Abloh and Black Coffee, they've been named Mixmag's "Breakthrough Artists" in 2017 and have received numerous nominations for the best deep house award.
Rocco Rodamaal, a DJ for over 20 years, began his career in the underground Techno scene of Lyons, France, and later formed the group Rodamaal with Alex Santos and Manoo in 2001, gaining recognition with their deep house classic, "Insomnia".
As a solo artist, Rocco's influential work, including the track "Someday" and the album The Bridge, showcases his unique sound that combines deep house, minimal, techno, and classic house, earning him a significant following worldwide, particularly in South Africa where he performs to stadium-sized audiences.
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 outdoor locales such as 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.
Recognized for his unique sound, Priku has released tracks on acclaimed labels such as Eastenderz, and Fabric, and has also launched his own label, Atipic, which includes an associated live-act project.
Belgrade and Mykonos-based DJ and producer duo MĪMĪ x FY, comprised of Miroslava Djordjevic (MĪMĪ) and Maja Pejcic (FY), are known for their diverse soundscapes encompassing electronic music, melodic techno, acid house, indie, downtempo, and disco.
The pair, who became a duo in 2017, are resident DJs at the legendary club Moni in Mykonos and have shared stages with prominent artists like me, Damian Lazarus, and Dubfire at various festivals and clubs.