Sep 15, 2022
3 min read
Block out your calendars, people! It’s the Circoloco closing party, and you will not want to miss this one.
The 24th installment of the brand’s 23rd season on the island is upon us, and, like every other Circoloco closing party before it, there’s already an indescribable buzz in the air.
Ibiza closings are a pilgrimage for many, but instead of lasting just one weekend as they did in years gone by, closing parties are now spread across almost three weekends of October. For the seasoned ravers, it’s a chance to experience the best clubbing at every island superclub. For others, the opportunity to cherry-pick their favorite party and go all out.
For Circoloco, in particular, it’s a chance to showcase their veteran DJs alongside a feast of island favorites. A long list is billed to play, including &ME B2B Rampa, Adiel, Âme, Benji B, Ben Klock, Damian Lazarus, Chloé Caillet, Dixon, Honey Dijon, Joseph Capriati, Maceo Plex, and Michael Bibi - who won Best Tech House DJ at the 2019 DJ Awards.
Furthermore, LSDXOXO, Palms Trax, Patrick Topping, PAWSA, Seth Troxler, Shubostar, Sossa, Tania Vulcano, TSHA, VTSS, Z.I.P.P.O will be gracing the desk to complete the lineup. It’s going to be a solid night of house and techno beats. Pick a spot and get comfy. You’ll need to be in for the long haul!
If you’ve not been to DC10 before, the closing party for 2022 is a sure way to jump in the deep end and get more than just your feet wet! Started in 1999 by Italian promoters Andrea Pelino and Antonio Carbonaro, Circoloco officially started as a Monday morning ‘afters’ session, starting at 6 am and running for 12 hours. The brand grew and adapted, and the club night did the same. The rest, as they say, is history!
For the closing on Monday, October 10th, the doors will open at 4 pm. And you can be sure that the music won’t stop and the dancing won’t slow down, all the way through to the early hours the next day.
You can start your day partying in the open air before getting down at one of the two internal dancing spots; the Terrace and Main Room. The famous red lights, the bass throbbing through your entire body, the epic and euphoric moments where you surrender to the music. It’s all there with Circoloco at DC10.