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Paradise confirms names for 2018

Jamie Jones releases strong week-by-week line-ups to give us some Dance Energy.

Time and time again Jamie Jones locks down a killer roster for Paradise. It should come as no surprise that 2018's line-ups follow suit. Returning to DC10 for its seventh season, Wednesdays are bursting at the seams with talent and Pure Dance Energy.

JJ is scheduled to play every week from 20 June to 26 September, with the exception of 29 August where Jackmaster steps in for his only Paradise show of 2018.

Starting with the opening party line-up, Paradise is loaded with talent. The Martinez Brothers and Dubfire add real firepower. The following week, things are no less chaotic as Marco Carola joins Jamie alongside Ilario Alicante, Matador (live) and loads more. Both dates will be incredibly popular.

Looking ahead to later in the season, Italian techno don Joseph Capriati is set to play four dates – 4 July, 1 August, 5 September and the closing.

Loco Dice's only date is 8 August, where he'll play back-to-back with the boss.

Drumcode's Adam Beyer and Ida Engberg play twice each, including a husband and wife back-to-back on 18 July.

There's a second outing for Matador on 15 August, while live maestro KiNK will dazzle DC10 on 29 August.

One of the biggest emerging DJs on the planet, Peggy Gou plays on 5 September. A week later on 12 September masters of mood Tale Of Us are invited along with Bedouin.

By the time the closing party rolls around, A-listers Danny Tenaglia and Sasha will have joined the ranks.

Other guest dates that stand out include Paco Osuna and Steve Lawler on 11 July, Italo Johnson and Honey Dijon on 25 July, Eats Everything and Tuff City Kids Live on 8 August, Tiga on 15 August, Green Velvet and Pan-Pot on 22 August and Louie Vega on 5 September.

It is no surprise that Hot Creations artists feature heavily once more. Patrick Topping plays eight dates, including a salivating back-to-back with Jamie on 25 July. Richy Ahmed is down on six occasions, while wAFF shows up five times during the summer.

There are also multiple appearances by the likes of Detlef, Latmun, Mark Jenkyns, Robert James, Russ Yallop, Nathan Barato and Luca Cazal – including as Infinity Ink.

Alan Fitzpatrick has four dates, Stacey Pullen and Skream have three and Lauren Lane and Nicole Moudaber have two.

Yousef, Cuartero, Bontan, Josh Butler, Dense & Pika, DJ Sneak and Max Chapman also pop up over the 15-week run.

We anticipate Paradise being as popular as ever with these giant line-ups.

Tickets always get snapped up pretty quickly, but you can guarantee admission by purchasing a combo ticket with the Lost In Ibiza boat party. The added bonus is that you get two parties for pretty much the price of one and save quite a few euros in the process. Not much of a pickle, this one.

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