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elrow Growenlandia

Aug 13, 202211 PM

Event Recommendation

Tiffany Bennett

3 min read

Is it getting chilly in here? Brrrr!

elrow is back once again with yet another crazy Saturday night party! But this time we’re heading to Growenland.

The team at elrow describe Growenland as a “secret festival celebrated annually at -51 degrees, surrounded by ice, snow and lots of weird people you’ll end up falling in love with.”

Amnesia will be decorated with glaciers, stalactites, snowy caves, and huge icebergs in the middle of swirling snowstorms. But don’t worry if you get lost in the flurry, just make sure to dance (to keep warm, of course) and you’ll be sure to make some new Eskimo friends.

From 11pm to 6am, discover Growenlandia while some of the biggest names in house and tech house provide the soundtrack to what will be an unforgettable night. Elrow residents Bastian Bux and Tini Gessler will be joined by Alisha, Chelina Manuhutu, and Archie Hamilton in the terrace. The main room will host just one DJ all night long. elrow royalty Eats Everything.

elrow is famous for its outrageous production, performances, costumes, and inflatables! Make sure to grab yourself a prop when thousands of them drop from the ceiling to the roars of the crowds below!


Producer, DJ, and label owner Archie Hamilton has spent over 10 years rising through the ranks of the underground house and techno scene. No stranger to the White Isle, Hamilton has played iconic parties such as Circoloco and Music On, as well as Amnesia’s opening/closing fiesta in 2019 and their opening party in 2022. His distinctive sound and impressive skills as a selector means that he can truly control a dancefloor, pushing 90s gems one minute and brand new tracks the next.

Dutch DJ and producer Chelina Manuhutu kicked off her career in 2011 and since has moved to Ibiza to fully embrace her connection to her craft. Her tech house selections, as well as her own productions, will keep you dancing all night long!

Alisha hails from Peterborough, UK and started her DJ career in 2014. Since then, she has played a string of amazing shows at festivals such as Parklife and Glastonbury and clubs such as fabric in London and Warehouse Project throughout 2021.

Tini Gessler broke into the underground music scene in 2019, playing to crowds and clubs and festivals globally. Since then, she has become part of the elrow family both as a resident of their underground label KER and now playing the Terrace at the infamous Amnesia Ibiza

Barcelona-born Bastian Bux has been an elrow resident since 2016 when the parties used to be held at Space (now Hï Ibiza). His talents lie in being able to move seamlessly between hard hitting techno, tech house, and minimal sounds.

Main Room | elrow City

Eats Everything, aka Daniel Pearce, has over a decade of experience in the electronic music scene. Waving the flag for the culture-filled, influential town of Bristol where he grew up, Eats Everything has taken his sound across the world. He arrived on the scene in 2011 with his breakthrough track “Entrance Song” and hasn’t looked back since. His musical knowledge spans a wide range of genres including house, techno, disco, garage, jungle, and more. And his down to earth attitude makes him one of the best-loved artists in the world.

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