FISHER Closing at Hï Ibiza. Don’t miss out! As the island prepares to say goodbye to another season of unforgettable nights (and mornings), there's one more event that should be on your closing party bucket list. It's time, once more, to Follow the Fish to Hï Ibiza. On Wednesday, September 27, the world-renowned, Grammy-nominated tech-house maestro, FISHER, is gearing up to deliver a closing party for the ages. And if the past few months at Playa d'en Bossa's epic super club are anything to go by, this night promises to be nothing short of legendary. FISHER's residency at Hï Ibiza this summer has been a whirlwind of electrifying sets, packed dance floors, and an atmosphere that's been, quite frankly, off the charts. From his groundbreaking debut at Camelphat’s Bodyworks event in 2019 to headlining his own residency, FISHER's journey on the White Isle has been a story of meteoric rises and extraordinary moments. And now, as the final chapter of 2023 is about to be written, the Aussie sensation is pulling out all the stops. In The Theatre, alongside FISHER, we'll be treated to the sounds of Chris Lake, a name synonymous with some of the biggest house tracks of the decade. And if that wasn't enough, Kitty Amor, with her unique blend of soulful, deep sounds, will be ensuring the energy levels remain sky-high. But what's a FISHER party without a bit of samba flair? Over in the Club Room, Brazilian House sensation Vintage Culture will be bringing his signature carnivalesque vibes to the decks. And joining him is none other than techno titan, Joseph Capriati. Hï Ibiza, voted the world's number one club by readers of DJ Mag in both 2022 and 2023, has been the backdrop to some of the most iconic nights this summer. Its state-of-the-art sound systems, futuristic design, and unparalleled atmosphere have made it the go-to destination for clubbers from around the world. And as the final sounds of the season echo through those 2 epic rooms, there's no better place to be than right here, in the heart of Playa d'en Bossa. Before becoming the global sensation we all dance to, remember, Australian-born Paul Nicholas Fisher was once riding the waves as a pro surfer. His transition from the ocean to the decks has been truly spectacular. And as for Vintage Culture. From gracing the cover of Rolling Stones magazine to being named one of Forbes' 30 under 30, his rise to the top has been fueled by passion, talent, and an unyielding love for the music. Their co-residency has had rave reviews for 2 years now, so, as the curtains come down on another Ibiza summer, there’s no question as to where you need to be where the final track drops. With FISHER's unparalleled showmanship, Vintage Culture's infectious energy, and a lineup that's set to bring the house down, there's only one place to be on September 27. FISHER has since had a meteoric rise to fame since bursting onto the electronic music scene in 2017 with his debut single “Ya Kidding.” 2018 saw the eccentric artist gain his first Grammy nomination “Losing It”, and moved him from supporting act to headliner across the globe. His 2022 singles “Yeah the Girls” and “It’s a Killa” were extremely popular, followed by the 2023 release of “TAKE IT OFF”, which has undoubtedly been one of the songs of the summer. Chris Lake is a UK-born, LA-based house music producer and DJ with over two decades of experience in the industry. Known for his dedication to his craft and his ability to evolve with the changing music landscape, Lake has cultivated a successful career, mentoring new artists through his label, Black Book Records, and consistently delivering hits that resonate with audiences worldwide. DJ, promoter, and passionate representative for Afro-House, Kitty Amor has a sound that needs to be heard and a story that needs to be told. Her manipulative music selections and undeniable skill will set a tone in a room that will be hard to beat. Sharing the residency spotlight with FISHER for the summer of 2023 is Lukas Rafael Ruiz Hespanhol, aka Vintage Culture. This Brazilian DJ and producer has been making waves with his remix of Shouse's "Love Tonight" and his festival series, Só Track Boa. Vintage Culture's unique sound and high-energy performances have earned him a dedicated fanbase, and his presence at Hï Ibiza has filled the room from front to back all summer long. Italian DJ and producer Joseph Capriati started behind the decks at just 11 years old, and quickly became popular in his hometown, playing his first proper gig in 2007. He is a techno master and a staple in the global festival and club scene.