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BBC Radio 1: Ibiza 20 full line-ups announced

A summer's worth of headliners crammed into three days.

This time a week ago we gave you the first little glimpse of what was to come over the weekend of BBC Radio 1's Ibiza 20 shows, taking place from 31st July until 2nd August, and celebrating 20 pioneering years of live music, events and broadcasting from our Ibiza. Now, thankfully, we have all the details to give you and we're sure there's something for everyone here.

There are three headline events across the weekend, starting with a monster party at Playa d'en Bossa's Ushuaïa on Friday 31st July. The event will br broadcast live on BBC Radio 1 from 6pm til' 11pm (UK time, so +1 hour for islanders), but for those lucky enough to be on island you're looking at a pretty sweet start to your weekend. Joining the already announced Calvin Harris and Disclosure (playing their only and last shows of the season respectively) will be Dusky, Jamie Jones, Patrick Topping, Radio 1's Pete Tong, Danny Howard, Monki and hosted by Annie Mac.

On to day two then as the party shifts to the opposide side of the island and San Antonio get's its opportunity to shine. Saturday 1st August is the date 6pm (UK time) is the start time and the Sunset Strip is the location (Mambo, Cafe Del Mar, area). Nu-school Jazz champion Gregory Porter is joined by Erick Morillo, Redlight, Blonde, Annie Mac, Pete Tong and MistaJam plus the already announced Rudimental and Duke Dumont. Radio 1's Danny Howard will host this show and we're pretty sure he's at the head of the best ever San An party in a long time.

The third instalment of this party trilogy will take place at Ibiza Rocks on Sunday the 2nd August, with Annie Mac, B.Traits, Andrea Oliva and none other than Carl Cox joining the already announced Kölsch and Faithless. This one is broadcast from 7-11pm UK time.

Proving themselves as tastemakers in dance music, Radio 1 draws from an eclectic smorgasboard of top tier DJs, with the odd live act thrown into the mix too. For ticket info, head to the BBC Radio 1 website. Peak season options starting to become a bit overwhelming? Look out for the Spotlight guide, coming next week.


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