I don't want to get into it too much, but I basically liken festivals to Netflix in such that Netflix cheapens visual media by making it so readily accessible to everyone. There's less appreciation for the show or movie, making it less special, and for movies especially where you don't have that unique feel of going out and watching it theatres.What do you mean BS festival options? There’s loads of quality festivals in Europe which at the moment offer a lot more than Ibiza does in terms of line ups, opening hours and value for money. As much as I love Ibiza it’s no longer the king of the clubbing scene. A big reason for this is because of places like Hii and Ushuaia and they Commercial/ EDM booking policy. And not forgetting the massive loss of Space.
Ibiza needs to up its game. Hopefully it will in the future.
I do like stacked lineups for sure but some festivals really overdue it and shorten set times. Ibiza has the right amount of stacked lineups in most of their events and I enjoy that.
I Think exactly this opposite, he gonna play ( maybe even 2 set ) but not the kind of set he does play normally !Prove me wrong but I would say there is zero chance of David Guetta appearing on the lineup for Hï or Ushüaia's opening party!
Agreed. Props to them for stepping up. The other clubs should definitely pay attention.It’s a really good news this event for the island !
I m not a hi fan , quite the opposite tbh but put in account that it’s in May , all the Duch bag wan’t be there , wan’t be like space of course but it’s something positive, and the island need positive things at the moment so for me it’s well done
I do remember when you got a free drink on entry, one passout (Home on Sunday) and they paid your taxi if you had enough people in it....although the drinks were about the same.Reading some of the comments above you'd have thought that the likes of Space and Ibiza generally used to give drinks and entry away. I remember going to We Love in 2006 and the Vodka was still €15 back then I am sure.
showing your age there
Me too. Back in the peseta days you could come and go as you pleased from Space, Es and Eden!