Ibiza Comes To Sydney

Rebecca Varidel
17th Oct 2018
The world’s best club is making an exclusive debut down under as part of the Electric Gardens festival. Ibiza’s most iconic superclub Amnesia, will be bringing a taste of the white isle to Sydney on Saturday 26 January 2019. 
Ibiza’s most iconic superclub Amnesia, will be bringing a taste of the white isle to Sydney on Saturday 26 January 2019.  Unrivalled for its wild parties, epic sound and production, revellers can expect all of the trademark Amnesia attributes including hedonistic dancers, beaming lasers and industrial Co2 cannons.

Headlined by the man of the moment Patrick Topping, the Amnesia arena will showcase the residents of the biggest nights of the summer season on the Centennial Parklands terrace.   As part of an extended three-hour set, the prolific producer and Hot Creations hero will demonstrate why he’s the most in-demand name in dance music at present.    

Fellow Elrow technical wizard and UK export, Eats Everything will be upping the ante with an explosive house, disco and techno set, while Mar-T - a resident at the club for over 20 years will be responsible for recreating Ibiza’s world-famous joie de vivre.

Following performances at Awakenings, Tomorrowland and Ultra Music Festival in Miami, Matador will be bringing his hypnotic tune selection to Electric Gardens.  The Ibiza stalwart is a regular highlight on bills across the island, from Elrow at Amnesia to Paradise at DC10 and Resistence at Privilege.

“Amnesia is a clubbing mecca that everyone should experience at least once in their lifetime.  For those who haven't been able to make the pilgrimage to Ibiza this summer, we’re bringing the party to you - get ready to experience Australia’s biggest display of ice cannons soundtracked to the best music and production the legendary club has to offer.”  commented Electric Gardens promoter Damian Gelle.

The Amnesia arena is just one of four massive stages at the 2019 edition of the event.  Artists already announced include Underworld, Erick Morillo, Bag Raiders and Set Mo Feat. Woodes, Asta and Thandi Phoenix.

The full program for the fourth edition of the festival is yet to be announced and will feature an eclectic selection of music from all four corners of the house, techno, trance and progressive music spectrum.  Previous artists have included the likes of Fat Boy Slim, Armand Van Helden, MK, Sasha, Eric Prydz, Basement Jaxx, Nic Fanciulli and heaps more.

Tickets are on-sale now via electricgardens.com.au