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Ethereal books one of Las Dalias' biggest ever line-ups

Both the garden and Akasha are full of talent on 7 July - including the return of John Digweed.

Art festival Ethereal is one of Las Dalias' iconic parties. Tapping into a sustainable mindset and alternate world view, Ethereal is a party with a conscious. It forms part of the colourful tapestry at Ibiza's oldest music venue.

Las Dalias' heritage speaks for itself, yet increased visibility in recent years has magnified its place on the map.

Summer 2023 was already set to be Ethereal's biggest year yet, as it went from a monthly fixture to a fortnightly one. That's not the only measure of growth. The line-up for the next party on Friday 7 July is also mightily impressive.


The garden | 19:00 - 23:00

Starting outdoors, the big names guests play from early evening. Whether it's playing to a crowd of thousands from Ushuaïa's imposing stage or to affluent clubbers in exclusive Club Chinois, Matthias Tanzmann gets his pick of gigs in a variety of settings.

As somebody who is barely off the island during summer, few people understand the cultural importance of Las Dalias more than he. Just because it remains somewhat of an unknown gem amongst tourists, best believe DJs are dying for that invite. It's a booking that soothes the soul.

The Moon Harbour boss is joined by another formidable label owner. From being dubbed 'The King of the Space Terrace' to becoming gang leader for Sunday night workers' hangout VIVa Warriors at Sankeys Ibiza, Steve Lawler has a long history on Ibiza.

That only tells part of the story though. He's played all over the island at just about every club imaginable, from DC10 to Hï Ibiza, Eden to Amnesia. Next Friday, he gets to add one more to the list. Even DJs with these accolades to their name dream of ticking off Las Dalias.


Akasha | 23:00 - 05:00

Once we move inside the close-knit quarters of Akasha, the big names don't stop.

John Digweed made his Akasha debut over the off-season and safe to say he enjoyed it as much as we did. At the time, we speculated it would lead to a summer appearance - and here it materialises. Clubbers are in for a treat if he plays half as well as he did in March.

READ OUR REVIEW FROM THAT NIGHT

Digweed is joined by our fourth label head of the night in Yoshitoshi Recordings' Sharam.

Sharam's buddy in Deep Dish, Dubfire, recently played here and no doubt put in a great word. We can imagine the conversation now: the DJ booth in the middle of the club, expertly tuned sound system and surrounded by an intimate crowd - it's the easiest sell on the planet.

Akasha's creative director Igor Marijuan and Ethereal residents Iban Mendoza and Edoardo Marvaso playing back-to-back only add further credence to this exceptional programme. It's clear we are in for a very special night of music in Ibiza's historic hippy north.

In terms of the depth of talent playing and the combined experience of all individuals, this could well be Las Dalias' biggest-ever line-up. We make it unmissable.

All this for only €15, makes it not only a banker for amazing music, but one of incredible value.


When you create something special, as the team at Las Dalias has, suddenly the task of attracting the most established names in the business becomes ten times easier.

The bill for Ethereal is proof of this hard work. To get them on their own is great. To get them all together on the same night is phenomenal.

Admission to Las Dalias Garden is free, however, we recommend arriving early as the line-up is likely to prove especially popular. Children are welcome with an accompanying adult outside until 23:00.

Akasha's capacity is capped at 300 and will sell out. Buying your ticket online in pre-sale is the only way to guarantee admission. We strongly recommend buying in advance to avoid disappointment. Tickets are on sale now and available below.

Ethereal Art Lab Festival listings - 2024

Las Dalias - Akasha

Ethereal

Las Dalias garden (free entry from midday to 19.00 h)
Akasha (from 1900 h till late)

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