All You Need to Know About Pacha Ibiza
Where it all began, right at the heart of Ibiza nightclubs and one of the founders of the dance and clubbing movement on our island, Pacha Ibiza is to this day one of the main staples of Ibiza’s party culture.
Whether you’ve sampled lots of Ibiza’s nightclubs before and consider yourself something of a clubbing expert, or you’ve never even set foot in a superclub and don’t have a clue what to expect - Pacha Ibiza is a name that everyone has heard of and all our guests are excited to visit!
If you’re heading over to see us this summer and want to sample the legendary Pacha Ibiza parties, then here is all you need to know about Pacha Ibiza, from its history and reputation to its current line-ups and just why it’s so famous around the world…
Pacha Ibiza – the original superclub
Founded in 1973 and located just a street back from the gorgeous and ancient harbour in Ibiza Town, this club has grown up into one of the most exhilarating, innovative and dominant clubbing brands on the entire planet. Whilst the brand may have grown and grown, it certainly hasn’t forgot its root, with Pacha Ibiza still very much the heart of the operation.
At the Pacha Ibiza parties, you’ll experience a night like very few others, as you see its reputation for great clubbing in a VIP setting with your very own eyes. You’ll see the crème de la crème of the Ibiza social scene, you’ll meet clubbers from every corner of the world and enjoy a huge variety of light shows, dance troupes, an amazing array of bars and, not forgetting, out of this world music and line-ups. Sound good?
Why is Pacha Ibiza so famous?
Because it was one of the very first clubs (definitely the first superclub!) and has provided over four decades of amazing nightlife and entertainment, attracting the biggest names and most loyal clientele, this Ibiza nightclub is such a huge part of our island’s nighttime culture – like it or not.
Always at the forefront of the current music trends and attracting huge DJs and producers to the line-up,Pacha Ibiza has always been a trailblazer. And it is exactly that mentality of pushing the boundaries of what Ibiza nightclubs should be doing that has kept Pacha Ibiza parties right at the heart of the clubbing industry. No one night is ever the same and the line-up at Pacha Ibiza is always going to be a ‘must see’ for visitors to Ibiza.
Where are the Pacha Ibiza parties and how can we get there?
Just off the harbor in Ibiza Town, you can easily access the club from the island’s capital, either on foot in around 10 to 15 minutes or in a short taxi hop that will cost between €5 and €10. If you’re travelling in to sample the most famous Ibiza nightclub from Playa d’en Bossa, taxis will be around €15, or €30 if you’re coming down from San Antonio.
In the high season between June and September you’ll be able to catch disco busses that run all night long, dropping you off right outside the door of this great Ibiza nightclub – talk about VIP treatment. Buses run to all the major resorts around the island, so speak to hotel staff about the exact details when you arrive.
What can we expect from the line-up at Pacha Ibiza?
As with every summer season, huge names from the world of dance, trance and electronic music are slowing being announced, with top DJs and producers all eagerly signing up to headline the world’s greatest club.
The line-up at Pacha Ibiza this year is already coming together, with just a few months to go until the May opening party when Ibiza throws open the doors to another busy summer of fun and fantastic music. Make sure to keep a look out for surprise guests and other exciting headliners that inevitably get announced nearer the time.
How much should we expect to pay at Pacha Ibiza?
As the island fills up in the summer months and things get busier, prices naturally go up a little, but you should expect to pay no more than €40 for most events and club nights, occasionally more for bigger events. Drinks and refreshments inside the club are notoriously expensive, so it’s a good idea to limit yourself or head to a few bars before you arrive, to save your spending money for the rest of your holidays!
Make sure you buy tickets in advance either online or in your resort from official sellers, as prices on the door can be up to €20 more expensive than presale tickets – and you don’t want to miss out on the Pacha Ibiza line-up because you ran out of money, do you!
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