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Jamie Jones lays down Paradise line-ups for 2017

Let's get twisted in the jungle with the Paradise crew at DC10.

We might have been kept guessing for weeks, but when you're Jamie Jones and you dish out meat-laden line-ups year after year, all can be forgiven. And guess what? He's gone and done it again in what will be the Paradise's sixth year at the iconic venue.

It's all here, you bunch of clubbing fiends - we've got the full season line-up with the night by night break down, so let us start from the beginning. On Wednesday 21 June, your Paradise chief will be going B2B with The Martinez Brothers. Also getting a slice of the Paradise pie are Nicole Moudaber, Matador, Skream, Patrick Topping, Infinity Ink (live) , wAFF, Russ Yallop, Robert James and Nathan Barato.

Out of that lot, if you're lucky enough to be on the island for longer than one or two debauched weeks, you'll be seeing them again throughout season 2017, especially as Patrick Topping, Waff, Russ Yallop, Robert James and Nathan Barato have been recruited as residents. Alongside them, you also have Detlef, Richy Ahmed, Mark Jenkyns and Luca Cazal as resident players.

Also set to take the reins and gunning to explore Paradise's all-new immersive Electric Jungle theme are Ibiza dons Marco Carola and Carl Cox, with both having delivered the savage stuff at Paradise before. You also have Tuff City Kids playing a special Ibiza set, and in with the debuts are Masters At Work, Solardo, Andrea Oliva, Peggy Gou and Latmun.

Live performances from Mr. G, Matthew Johnson, Guti, KiNK and Infinity Ink will be vying for our eardrums. In addition to The Martinez Brothers, you also have Tale Of Us, Joseph Capriati and Craig Richards going B2B with Jones.

As with previous years, Paradise will be launching at 18:00 for the grand opening and climatic closing, and the following weeks get going from 22:30.

*NB You can have twice the fun by splashing out on a Lost in Ibiza boat party ticket, which also gets you access to Paradise post raving on the waves. Double trouble without making a massive hole in your pocket.

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