Ibiza Selects (September 12 – September 18)

Sep 12, 2022

Pilar Lopez

6 min read

While the serenity of the island rolls in as we head towards mid-September, unique events and exclusive parties are still on the bill for this week. So, if you are doubting whether or not to visit Ibiza during late summer, check for yourself among all the different options and pack your bags. Ibiza keeps calling!

Do Not Sleep | Cova Santa | Tuesday, September 13

Following on from the first unforgettable party in July up in the Ibizan hills at Cova Santa, Do Not Sleep welcomes Richy Ahmed’s cult Four Thirty Two label for round two this Tuesday. After five dates at Amnesia at the start of summer, Do Not Sleep closes the season with a day-into-night clubbing event this season.

Ahmed will be joined by Amnesia resident Marco Faraone for an exclusive b2b, alongside Samuel Deep (SlapFunk house label owner with his brother Julian Alexander), Seb Zito (who mixes up garage and house), and house sounds by Amnesia’s resident Caal. Then, moving into the indoor club downstairs, Richy will be accompanied by a special guest for a second back-to-back. Buy tickets for the last Do Not Sleep party at Cova Santa.

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Namaste | Akasha | Wednesday, September 14

One of the events that best represents that true hippy essence is the Namaste party, which celebrates its 25th season on the island. On Wednesday, Las Dalias becomes a meeting place for family and friends that is full of inspiration.

First, the garden of the legendary venue will feature various musical, artistic, visual performances, rituals, and ceremonies (like Pachamama at 9 pm). And at 11 pm, the ceremony moves to Akasha (the renovated indoor club), offering music from Alok, Shakatribe, Gaya Brisa, and many others.

Namaste is a fascinating gathering that fills the San Carlos venue with color, peace, and magic that you must experience at least once! You can get your tickets at the door for Namaste at Las Dalias.

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Las Dalias, Ibiza

The Ibiza Beer Festival | Exhibition hall Ibiza | Friday, September 16 & Sat September 17

This weekend is an event for beer lovers in Ibiza town. The Ibiza Beer Fair celebrates its 15th edition bringing more than one hundred varieties of the best-known foamy golden drink from around the world. More than a dozen stands in the outdoor area of the exhibition hall of Ibiza town will provide different kinds of beer (including those made on the island). There will also be food trucks and a gastronomic area located inside. A specialized bartender will prepare cocktails made with barley juice to familiarize people with beer’s most important ingredient. Admission is free and limited to those over 18 years old.

Sulta Selects | Amnesia Ibiza| Friday, September 16

The energetic DJ from Glasgow famed for his disruptive image and vivacious selection, Denis Sulta, debuts his Ibiza party this summer with an exclusive two-date slot on Amnesia’s terrace under his iconic party alliance and record label Sulta Selects. 

After a successful first gathering at the beginning of this month, the last event takes place this Sunday. It will feature performances by Fjaak, a Berlin duo (Felix Wagner and Aaron Röbig) who practice unpretentious techno and dreamlike abstraction. Mella Dee, the English DJ, and producer, is defined by his disposition to experiment with a wide range of sounds, concepts, and soundscapes, creating a unique blend of driving techno by fusing house elements with essences of hardcore and jungle. Saoirse can weave sounds together with style effortlessly. And Kilimanjaro, an expert in Afro, amapiano, and house sounds. Get your tickets and enjoy the last Sulta Select show in Ibiza.

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Territori Ibiza | Ibiza Town | Saturday, September 17

A great cultural event in its third edition kicks off this Sunday and runs until September 25 in Ibiza town. Territori is an international performance art festival that presents audiovisual projections, documentaries, workshops, exhibitions, networking, conferences, and fascinating performances around the island to connect the audience with artists. For more information and the complete program, visit the official website.

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No visit to Ibiza would be complete without stopping by an artisan market or try local and homemade food and drinks. We’ve selected two options to browse whether you buy something or not.

Forada Market

On Saturday morning (from 10 am-4 pm), the small but charming Forada Market takes place in front of Can Tixedo Art Café in San Rafael. It is an eco-focused fare with numerous stalls featuring artisan handicrafts, paintings, sculptures, and ceramics. You can also find locally produced fruit and vegetables, plants, artisan herb liqueur, homemade pastries, and more. Sometimes live music, poetry readings, and street acts are added to the atmosphere, and there is also a chill-out area where you can indulge in fresh aloe vera juice. A great place to hang out for a few enjoyable hours.

San Jose Ecological Market

You will find local, ecological, and artisan products every Saturday from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm in front of the town hall, right in the center of San Jose. San Jose market features 40 stalls where you can discover traditional handcrafts (including the exclusive espardenyes shoes and other esparto accessories) and all kinds of fresh and manufactured organic products. You can buy the most diverse and healthy items directly from producers and enjoy a family-friendly atmosphere, or even participate in different Ibicencan traditional culture or recycling workshops with the participation of people from the municipality. On specific dates, you can also find the gastronomic workshops “Flavors of Ibiza in the market,” with dishes made with seasonal Ibizan products. Travel to Ibiza’s origins while walking around the beautiful San Jose town.

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