As an island regular and favourite, it was only a matter of time before Jamie Jones bagged himself a residency, and DC-10 was an easy choice considering Jones' long-standing association with the underground music venue as both a punter and a player. Jones' Hot Creations label has gone from strength to strength and Paradise at DC-10 has provided the perfect setting to air new music and invite like-minded beat makers to give the decks a spin.
This year, the line-up is stand-out scorching. The opening party alone is set to host the head honcho himself plus Dubfire, The Martinez Brothers, Nicole Moudaber, KiNK live, Silvie Loto, Route 94, Richy Ahmed, Patrick Topping, wAFF, Luca Cazal, Robert James and Russ Yallop. And throughout summer there’ll be appearances from heavyweights of the scene including Joseph Capriati, who blew the roof at last year's closing b2b Jamie Jones, Carl Craig, Alan Fitzpatrick, Âme, Dense & Pika, Hector, Stimming live, The Black Madonna, Mathew Johnson live, Matador live, Eats Everything, Hot Since 82, Sasha, Sonja Moonear, and myriad other names too numerous to name. The Paradise 2016 opening party will usher in summer on Wednesday 22 June and will run right through to 28 September.
For the duration of the Paradise season you have the option of purchasing a Lost In Ibiza boat party ticket, which includes entry to Paradise at DC-10, for 69€. Lost is the perfect pre-party to your DC session, and buying the package is the most cost effective way to party at either of these events.
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