Ushuaïa's Daytime Finale: Dive into The Vortex It’s one of the most highly anticipated events of the summer - when clubbing giants Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza come together for a mega closing party double-header. The daytime portion of this epic event kicks off at 1pm on Saturday, October 7, and has been named ‘The Vortex’. Following the incredible success of Ushuaïa and Hï’s opening party ‘The Signal’ at the beginning of the season, this is a not-to-be-missed event. One final dance under the Balearic sun before the Ibiza summer season is done? It’s a no-brainer! The lineup for the daytime session is pretty legendary. Peggy Gou is at the top of the bill, followed by Bicep, who will be treating us to a DJ set as their one and only performance on the island this year. Amsterdam-based duo ANOTR and Skepta will be keeping us moving throughout the afternoon, TSHA will be playing B2B with Airrica with Kilimanjaro finishing off the incredible roster. Ushuaïa itself is not just about the music. The staging, dancers, and lighting all topped off with planes flying overhead met by the roars of the crowd - it’s an all-round audio-visual experience. And you’ve only got one more chance to enjoy it this year. As the day draws to an end, the party doesn't stop. While Ushuaïa promises daytime memories filled with sunshine, good vibes, and incredible music, just across the street, Hï Ibiza waits to take the party into the night. Ushuaïa's 'The Vortex' is shaping up to be the ideal curtain-closer to an unforgettable summer. It's an invitation to dance, celebrate, and make memories one last time this season. Are you in? If you’re not convinced yet (why not?!) let’s delve more into the lineup for The Vortex Daytime: Peggy Gou is a renowned South Korean DJ and producer, recognized for her unique blend of electronic music. She gained widespread acclaim with her 2023 hit "(It Goes Like) Nanana," which not only showcased her musical prowess but also established her presence in the UK music charts. Bicep are a celebrated DJ and music production duo from Belfast, Northern Ireland, known for their evocative blend of techno and house music, as well as dabbling in other genres. Their journey began with a shared love for obscure, hard-to-find music, which led them to start their own music blog before transitioning into music production and DJing. Over the years, they have crafted a distinctive sound, garnering a global following and establishing themselves as influential figures within the electronic music community. ANOTR are renowned for their innovative approach to house music, blending hypnotic beats with influences from disco, soul, funk, and jazz. From their early days crafting tracks in an Amsterdam attic to releasing anthems on major labels and founding their own imprint, No Art, in 2017, they have rapidly risen to be a dominant force in the electronic music scene, known for their lively performances and fresh takes on tech-house. "Relax Your Eyes" has become one of the anthems of Ibiza 2023, echoing from beach clubs to the most exclusive villa parties. UK grime artist Skepta has been making a name for himself as a DJ in Ibiza after playing at DC-10 for Circoloco in 2022, which has led to him having multiple sets booked in for this year across the island's best super clubs including Amnesia, DC-10, Hï and, of course, Ushuaïa Ibiza. TSHA is a London-based DJ and producer known for her upbeat blend of progressive house, Afro-house, rave, and dance-pop, first gaining recognition with her 2018 debut EP “Dawn.” Her debut album Capricorn Sun was released in 2022, showcasing her self-taught production skills and infectious melody creation. She’s a regular at DC-10 Ibiza for Circoloco and was tipped last year as ‘one to watch’ by NME, MixMag, and DJ Mag. Airrica, real name Erica Gale, is a rising talent in the electronic music scene, known for her vibrant and playful sound that encompasses genres like house. With her music, she aims to create a limitless and energetic atmosphere on the dance floor, instilling pumping grooves into the crowd with explosive drums and cutting bass lines. Kilimanjaro, originally from Southern Africa and raised in Scotland, now calls London home, where he fuses his Afro-centric rhythmic roots with the high-energy beats of the Western electronic scene. Over the years, he has honed his craft, creating a unique sound that reflects his diverse background and the vibrant energy of the electronic music sphere.