Jun 27, 2023
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Tiësto returns to Ushuaïa Ibiza: The EDM godfather's grand residency kickoff is finally here.
Dance music devotees, get ready for an electrifying night on the White Isle on Tuesday, July 4 as globally celebrated dance music icon, Tiësto, makes his triumphant return to Ibiza for his first residency in over a decade.
The stage? None other than the legendary Ushuaïa Ibiza.
With a capacity of over 7,000 people, Ibiza’s number 1 open-air venue is primed and ready to host the summer's most anticipated residency.
Known professionally as Tiësto, but born as Tijs Michiel Verwest, this Dutch DJ and music producer has been dubbed the "Godfather of EDM". Over the years, he's been voted "The Greatest DJ of All Time" by Mix magazine and the "Best DJ of the last 20 years" by DJ Mag readers.
With such accolades, there's no denying that Tiësto's upcoming residency will be one for the books.
From 5pm until 11pm, you’ll be able to enjoy EDM banger after banger whilst dancing under the Balearic sun.
But that's not all! This residency follows the release of Tiësto's latest album, Drive, which is sure to feature prominently in his sets.
Tiësto is renowned for his versatility and knack for both underground respect and chart-topping hits, so you can expect a wide range of electrifying performances that showcase the breadth of his impressive career.
Prepare to join the party people of Ibiza and dance to the beats of one of the most electrifying DJs on the planet. As Tiësto himself said:
"Ibiza has always been a special place to me and I couldn't be more excited to come back to the island! I can't wait for this summer to start and to reunite with the party people of Ibiza”.
Tiësto is a globally recognized Dutch DJ and record producer who has made significant contributions to the electronic dance music (EDM) genre, notably through his iconic tracks like "Adagio for Strings" and "Red Lights."
An influential figure in the EDM world, he has won a Grammy for his remix of John Legend's "All of Me" and has played the biggest festival stages and in the best clubs around the world.
Alexander Kotz, known professionally as Elderbrook, is an English musician, songwriter, and producer whose career began in earnest in 2015 with his first EP featuring the hit song "How Many Times".
Elderbrook, who initially ventured into music at age 16 and played in an indie band, found major success in his collaboration with CamelPhat on the song "Cola", which topped both the Dance Club Songs chart in the United States and the Indie Chart in the United Kingdom, and was nominated for Best Dance song at the 2018 Grammy Awards.
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He has also garnered attention for his “Bel Mercy Remix” picked up by Diplo and his collaborations with Dutch artists FS Green and LEYO.