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All you need to know about the joint Opening Party on Saturday 29 April.

About The Signal

Sticking with the tradition of opening Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza on the same day and going around the clock, The Signal is lift-off for The Night League in 2023.

Combining blockbuster names with its established residents, The Night League starts as it means to carry on the rest of summer: with the most stacked line-ups, the most awe-inspiring production and the biggest, wildest crowds. If you can hear it, you have been chosen.

Dying to know more? We answer the salient questions: when? where? who? and how?


Saturday 29 April, 23:00 to close
(starting on the opposite side of the road at sister-venue Ushuaïa from 13:00 to 23:00)

Falling on the same weekend as last year's epic double-header, The Signal follows the International Music Summit (26 to 28 April). The three-day-long industry get-together is a busy period for the island and is widely regarded as the curtain-raiser to the season.

Basically, a great excuse for a party! Plus, flights and hotels tend to be a lot more affordable compared to peak summer. Bonus.


High-tech Hï Ibiza, the very same as voted the world's number one club by readers of DJ Mag in 2022 - found opposite Ushuaïa in Playa d'en Bossa.

Hï Ibiza opened in 2017 and wasted little time in making an impact. With a growing profile year-on-year, it celebrated its most successful year last summer. Hï Ibiza finished top in DJ Mag's annual Top 100 Clubs poll and fired on all cylinders every night of the week.



Not only are the biggest names in House and Techno drafted in especially for the occasion, but The Signal also makes the most of the incredible firepower at Hï Ibiza's disposal - its awesome weekly residents. When we say "residents", it's fair to say they aren't your typical resident DJs...

Those dope screen-stealing siblings The Martinez Brothers were a revelation on Tuesday nights last summer. They go back-to-back with Düsseldorf's finest Loco Dice, so expect lots of Hip-Hop influenced House music with Tech attitude. Underground dance music from the streets!

Also playing b2b is Saturday night host Black Coffee and rising Brazilian talent Mochakk for an intercontinental, cross-ocean performance. Two of the world's emerging party cultures trading back and forth on the grand stage - that should be some spectacle, awash with colour.

A third and final b2b sees two of Hï Ibiza's stand-out performers of 2022 relocate and combine.

Lizard king Damian Lazarus ruled the Club Room last summer, while Chloé Caillet was a sensation in the Wild Corner as part of PVBLIC XCESS. Together in The Theatre, this combo could be taken in any direction. Two of electronic music's most deft selectors right there.

Throw in the energy of "Mama" Honey Dijon and her jackin' repertoire, Chris Stussy's minimally structured beats and AMÉMÉ's tribal grooves, and the main room is a diverse melting pot of exciting talent and fresh ideas.

Anyone who prefers things a bit darker, then the Club Room is calling.

Paco Osuna made this dancefloor his own in 2022, so The General is back in his rightful spot. He won't be alone, as Techno mercenary Adam Beyer has been drafted in as auxiliary support. Dancefloor weaponry loading.

All that heavy firepower needs some counterbalance, though don't expect either Anfisa Letyago or Indira Paganotto to compromise on their breakneck style of play. Further thumping arsenal comes from Patrick Mason, another DJ who thrived in this room last year. Hefty.

For those who seek something a bit lighter and less serious, you haven't been forgotten about either.

Playful local group Melon Bomb are on toilet duties. Good vibe dispensers Ben Santiago, Corbi, Paul Reynolds and Scott Gray will be responsible for supplying upbeat, unpretentious dance music that doesn't take itself too seriously. Come shake a leg in the high jinx Wild Corner.

The hardest decision will be deciding which room to be in at any given time. Clubbers have never had it so good.


We doubt you still need any convincing, but on the off chance that you do... because:

  • it's the first chance to see if Hï Ibiza has had any improvements over winter. What's new?
  • three deadly back-to-back sets to drool over
  • catch the man of the moment Chris Stussy play to a considerably larger room than normal
  • an impassioned set from matriarchal Honey Dijon in her Glitterbox habitat - always box office
  • to see what all the fuss was about Paco Osuna last summer. Will he get double duty?
  • the opportunity to still be on an Ibiza dancefloor at 11:00 in the morning is not to be missed
  • you won't want to go home after Ushuaïa ends. Don't kid yourself
  • Hï Ibiza is DJ Mag's reigning world number-one club - you don't win the poll without good reason!


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Should you change your mind for any reason (illness? change of holiday dates? just, because...) you are entitled to a full refund, just as long as you cancel the tickets in your account at least 24 hours before the start of the party. No questions asked. You don't even need to talk to a human.

Combo tickets and night passes for Hï Ibiza are no longer available. If you still want to be a part of the action, you can pick-up sunrise passes below, which grant access from 06:00 on the morning of Sunday 30 April.

Hï Ibiza Opening Party 2023 listings - 2023

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