Now famous for being famous, as much as anything else, DC10 has reached such an elevated position thanks to offering a unique experience in Ibiza's clubbing environment. When it first opened in 1999, and still typically now, it was a no-holds barred, hedonistic, dance yer socks off fiesta that was totally off the radar.
In contrast to the rest of the clubs, it still does little or no publicity for its parties, meaning those who go are in the know and there for one reason; the music. DC10's longevity and success is ultimately thanks to a devotion to providing solid, quality underground electronic music.
Famous for: after hours parties, being the island's only true underground club, launching the careers of some of the island's biggest DJs, fancy dress, costumes and general silly fun and games, being located at the end of the runway!
How to get there: about €10 in a taxi from Ibiza Town or Playa D'en Bossa, €25 from San Antonio. The bus to Salinas beach stops just past the club. It is also possible to walk from Sant Jordi (about 15-20 minutes).
Popular Parties: Circo Loco, Paradise
Places to stay nearby: Hotels in Playa den Bossa
DC10 is cheap (relatively speaking). Expect to pay no more than €30 for Circo Loco. Entry on other days costs between about €20 or less. A beer or water will cost you €5-7 and a mixer no more than €10.
Sat 16 Aug
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Sat 9 Aug
Hot Creations is cementing its place at DC-10...
Circo Loco Opening Party at DC-10 drops a very heavy line-up...
As part of their respected series, RA take in the back story of brothers Chris and Steve Martinez, f
A mix by the multi-talented Greg Pidcock with Ibiza on his mind.
Videographer Jocie Cox spent some time with jamie Jones and his crew as they got through the first p
A blast from the past as D'julz's classic track 'Da Madness' gets the remix and
Finally, a reason to get out of bed on a Monday and quit your job.
The journey begins... but will stop in Ibiza on 1st August. Thankfully.
Initial tour details + video interview.
Date confirmed - Circoloco Lifestyle.
Whoever said 'two's company, three's a crowd' was talking nonsense.
A call from Montreal to discuss fresh sounds, filmmaking, and his apparent love of having fun.