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O Beach Ibiza presents party programme for summer 2020

Non-stop from Monday to Sunday.

Moving into 2020, O Beach Ibiza is back with a full schedule of parties. If you enjoyed partying here last summer, then you are in for a treat as lots of favourites return with a few tweaks.

For anybody still unfamiliar with what a day out at O Beach entails, let us give you the rundown.

Ingredients include elaborate performances, gorgeous dancers, stuntmen, a beautiful San Antonio crowd and a music policy that is custom-made to be appreciated in the sun. Wherever you look, there's something to see.

Putting on a dazzling show that you won't find anywhere else on Ibiza - and possibly the world - O Beach packs a lot into what is typically 11-hours of entertainment.

Want to swan around with a cocktail in hand? Splash about in the pool? Get in the middle of the mixer on the dance floor? Or maybe just take five to build your tan? At O Beach Ibiza, you can do it all - and then some.

While the above is on the cards whichever day you visit, there are subtle differences between each party. Let's take a deeper look day-by-day so you can pick the party or parties best suited to you.


Heading out for some early season sun? Luckily for any early arrivals, the pre-season kicks off on Friday 24 April with a soft opening and then a Poolside Session the following day, re-starting the weekend after to go daily with various takeovers. Amongst these are some globally renowned brands, such as Jack Your Body (Friday 1 May) and Kinky Malinki (Saturday 16 May).

The official opening marks the start of the season proper. This is when O Beach comes into bloom and you can expect full fanfare on Friday 8 May. That means podium dancers, live musicians and cheeky comperes. Basically, the whole venue is awash with colour.

After this curtain-raiser, the weekly parties will begin one by one, with Poolside Sessions filling in the blanks elsewhere.

First, an exciting new(-ish) party, as Mondays get a 2020 overhaul. Start your week off right, in the presence of House In Paradise. House In Paradise goes from monthly to weekly this summer, featuring the very best in tropical, deep and uplifting numbers to set the tone. Welcome to paradise on earth!

On the flip side, Tuesdays see no change, as Kisstory is back. O Beach's most popular weekly party's reputation proceeds it. Everybody knows the throwback fun this party entails.

Classic dance music from across the decades and through the genres. Whether you're old school or nu-gen, you will be familiar with all the timeless music being played, causing for singalong scenes. Don't be shy.

Another non-mover is HotBed, which returns to its Wednesdays slot for another sunkissed summer. HotBed has had a garish pop art makeover for 2020, so we expect Andy Warhol inspired decor, combined with the party's trademark fruit fetish.

Esteemed residents Danny Langan, Billy Cocks, Larry London, Parris & Lloyd and Molly Mouse will all be back, as too, are HotBed's hot percussionists and saxophonists.

On Thursdays we become ONE. The biggest urban DJs on the circuit will be dropping a discerning blend of hip-hop, r'n'b and UKG for all you ballers and garage girls. Another of O Beach's most popular events, ONE is the party to be seen at and make an impression.

Fridays is the aptly titled Pool Party. This is all about what O Beach does best: putting on a show in the sun, with acrobats and parades making for a glam party atmosphere at poolside.

Of particular note is O Beach's 8th Birthday Party on 19 June, where you can be certain the venue will go all out. Sparklers, magnum bottles and there might even be cake?

Operating within the frequency between house and disco, Soul Heaven is back on Saturdays. Always with soul at its core, this feelgood party comes loaded with the ideal soundtrack to endless summer days. Kick back or get right amongst it - you choose. Lazy and energised are two different but equally suited approaches to experiencing this soulful delight.

Finally, Sundays are a bit of a revolving door. Depending on which dates you're on holiday for, you might get one of four promoters. These include the oh so naughty SIN Sundays, the good ship Boat Club, wet n' wild champagne connoisseurs Ibiza Spray and globe-trotting party-starters Candypants. They are all on weekly rotation, taking turns to host. Plus, there's a one-off from the White Island Orchestra.

Throughout the season, there's also a handful of parties that take place intermittently. Disco purveyors La Discothèque, ACES and Kiss FM UK (not be confused with the weekly Kisstory) are scattered across the mammoth 25-week programme.

The run comes to an end on Friday 9 October with a closing party to end all parties. O Beach will be inviting back guest DJs and combining all of the best elements of the season just gone for a final swansong. Everybody involves tries to top it all, which is no mean feat.

But that's a long way off right now, and O Beach has plenty to keep you entertained from late April onwards.


No matter which day of the week, you can be sure O Beach will be putting up the ultimate daytime clubbing experience.

Head here for the full programme. For tickets, follow the individual links for each party.

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