It’s time to Follow the Fish to Hï Ibiza yet again for 2023!
Chart-topping DJ and Australian tech-house producer FISHER returns to the white isle this summer, for the second season of his very own residency at Playa d’en Bossa’s epic super-club.
Fisher first made his mark on the Ibiza scene in 2019 after being part of Camelphat’s BODYWORKS event. This Ibiza debut led him to headline his own night for the very first time at the same club in 2022, which turned out to be a monumental success.
Throughout the 2023 clubbing season, the grammy-nominated sensation will once again take over the club's Theatre each and every Wednesday from June 7 to September 28. And once again, the Club Room will be hosted by Brazillian heavyweight, Vintage Culture.
With minimal changes from last year's program, you can expect the same high-octane nights and the same devoted fans filling both dancefloors.
Before becoming the globally renowned DJ and producer we all know and love, Australian-born Paul Nicholas Fisher was a pro surfer in the World Qualifying Series. He has since had a meteoric rise to fame in the music scene, bursting onto the landscape in 2017 with his debut single 'Ya Kidding'.
2018 saw the eccentric artist gain his first grammy nomination for ‘Losing It’, and moved him from supporting act to headliner across the globe. His 2022’s singles 'Yeah the Girls' and 'It’s a Killa' have also been extremely popular in the charts.
Fisher’s popularity has also been proven by the meteoric ranking that he was awarded in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll in 2022. Up a massive 29 places to 48th position in the last year, the bucket-hat-wearing, hand-flicking DJ is continuing to impress around the globe.
Besides from the man himself, his residency is enhanced by the sounds of Lukas Rafael Ruiz Hespanhol aka Vintage Culture. The Brazilian DJ and producer whose remix of Shouse's “Love Tonight” was one of the biggest tracks in the electronic music world in the world in 2021.
Vintage Culture's self-owned branded festival series, Só Track Boa, is setting attendance records in Brazil and now filling venues in North America, including sold-out shows in New York, San Francisco, Miami, and Boston.
He filled the Club Room at Hï Ibiza to bursting point last summer and we expect much of the same this year.
Hï Ibiza is one of two superclubs in Playa D’en Bossa, the other being its sister, open-air venue Ushuaïa. That means that Hï is the only place to party until the early hours if you’re over on that side of the island.
From 23:00 until the early hours of Thursday morning, you can dance the night away to some of the biggest house tracks from Fisher, and some darker sounds from Vintage Culture. It’s a mid-week experience that you definitely shouldn’t miss out on!
Though the special guests are yet to be announced for 2023, if last year is anything to go by, you will not be disappointed, as it featured the likes of Chelina Manuhutu, Chris Lake, Cloonee, Deeper Purpose, Dombresky, Eats Everything, Fatboy Slim, Franky Rizardo, Loco Dice, Mall Grab, Solardo, Sosa, Wade, William Djoko, Yousef and, we can’t wait to see what’s in store for us this year.