Sep 1, 2022
4 min read
Headed up by South African pioneer Black Coffee, one of the island’s most talked about parties returns to Hï Ibiza on September 17th. As the first-ever Hï resident, his reign continues through 2022 as his popularity and loyal following keeps growing and growing. There’s simply no stopping this incredible DJ and producer!
You’ll be able to enjoy some of the freshest techno & house you’re likely to see anywhere in Ibiza every Saturday night - the most prime time slot in the Ibiza party calendar. This weekly party is well known for its incredible mix of underground guests, with Black Coffee’s own distinct style headlining the night. Afro beats, immersive visuals, and an atmosphere that can only be described as electrifying.
Not only do you have Black Coffee headlining the Theatre, forward-thinking selector Damian Lazarus will be looking after business in The Club. From midnight to 6 am, you’ll be able to enjoy some of the best techno and house available, and DJ Mag’s number 1 nightclub in the world!
Headed up by The Night League, the space is divided into two main areas - the Theatre and the Club - where the set-up changes every night depending on which event the club has on. The club has a modern feel and classifies itself as an ‘evolutionary nightclub experience.’
Will we see you there?
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 each and every Saturday night.
Dori Sadovnik and Niv Arzi make up the Red Axes. These Tel-Aviv-based DJs and producers have hosted their own parties back at home, as well as played at the infamous Burning Man and at Guy Gerber’s Rumors party in Ibiza.
DJ Merlon (real name Sibusiso Mhlongo) worked closely with a group called Shana (Shota, Demor, and BlackCoffee) in his early career, which helped propel him to where he is today. His vocal house sound will be played throughout the Hï theatre, and you will be wowed by his talent and skill behind the decks.
Heading up the Club room at Hï is Damian Lazarus. DJ, producer, and head of Crosstown Rebels - his incredible DJ and production abilities could well leave you speechless. Expect an elevated experience when Lazarus takes to the decks. His wealth of experience at both Ibiza-based venues such as DC10 and Hï, as well as alfresco spots such as Robot Heart at Burning Man and Mayan ruins in Mexico, means that he can bring a room together like no one else can.
Bedouin pull their inspiration from their Middle Eastern heritage and global travels. They tend to choose a musical approach that is distinctive and experimental - some have even said it’s a musical genre of its own. Bedouin has had a strong presence at Burning Man since 2012 and have played some of the world’s biggest festival stages, including Coachella and Tomorrowland. Throughout the years, they have played in multiple venues across the White Isle, with their own residency at Pacha this year, and also secured a residency in Las Vegas - something practically unheard of for an underground act.
Cristina Lazic has releases on some of the most well-respected labels, including Crosstown Rebels’ Rebellion, Bondage Music, and Creature Records. In a short period of time since starting her DJ career, she has graced the decks at iconic venues around the world, such as The Egg in London, Opium Dublin, Plastic, and Armani Privé in Milan.