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SWAG IBIZA

Music of Black origin has a dark and sexy home at SWAG Ibiza.

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SWAG Ibiza opened in 2014, taking over the nightclub adjoined to the Garbi Ibiza Hotel, previously known as Moma.

SWAG's goal? Giving Black music a much-needed voice in Ibiza, at a time when the beats, grooves and rhymes of Hip-Hop, R&B and, in particular, Spanish language Reggaeton are finally starting to have a strong presence across the island.

SWAG is the place to go for something different. It's Black music in all its forms, whether that's Rap, Trap or Afrobeats. It's a place for those of you who want to come to Ibiza, but who dance to a different drum.

In October 2021, you can dance the night away to great music, three nights across the weekend, courtesy of some influential, international players. XCANDALOUS on Fridays (15 and 22 October), We Love Black Music on Saturdays (16 and 23 October) and SAFARI on Sundays (17 and 24 October).

Essentially, you'll be able to shake your booty to some of the most bass-heavy rhythms in Bossa.

No matter what night of the week you visit, SWAG caters to discerning clubbers who like their music licked.

The 1000-capacity club is next to the beach, right in the heart of Playa d'en Bossa and boasts two different VIP zones, so you can upgrade for the night if you want a chance to finally reveal the baller you really are. Champagne and Grey Goose at the ready.

Famous for: Being Ibiza's primary Black music hotspot

Popular parties: Soul 2 Soul

How to get there: Swag is situated right in the heart of Playa d'en Bossa, so jump on the disco bus for €3 or get a cab from Ibiza Town for around €15-20.

Where to stay: Stay in the same building as SWAG Ibiza right in the centre of Playa d'en Bossa, in the ultra-cool Garbi Ibiza Hotel & Spa or have a look for other Hotels in Playa den Bossa.

Resort: Playa d'en Bossa, Ibiza

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