This summer Ibiza enters an exciting new chapter with the much-anticipated launch of Hï Ibiza, the brand new club by Ushuaïa Entertainment. The club formerly known as Space will be elevated to new heights, with a fresh new look and the most advanced sound and technologies on the island. From May through September Hï Ibiza will play host to the finest selectors from the global electronic music scene. Today, Eric Prydz confirms his debut Ibiza residency, taking over Tuesdays at the club for 10 weeks from 20th June to 22nd August.
Eric Prydz will return to the White Isle this summer for his first ever Ibiza residency, taking over the brand new Hï Ibiza every Tuesday, and debuting a bespoke production, specifically built for the residency.
Prydz will head to Ibiza on the back of his biggest ever show to date, the sold out 15,000 capacity May 27 EPIC 5.0 in London. The newly opened Hï Ibiza offers the Prydz team a blank canvas to work their magic, and they will be building a site specific show for the residency, creating a unique stage for Eric to present his inimitable blend of house and techno across his Pryda and Cirez D, aliases. The Prydz residency will bring a singular visual and audio experience to the Ibiza season.
“Hï offered us a unique opportunity to go into a new club, with a blank canvas to build something special, and very unique without existing limitations. For my debut Ibiza residency I wanted a platform to do things on my own terms, inviting the artists I want to host, in a space that we are creating” – Eric Prydz.
This summer at Hi will see Prydz welcome old friends and new with Matthew Dear, Kölsch, Pig & Dan, Agoria, Catz ‘N Dogz, Tube & Berger, Dusky and more all joining him throughout the season.
Eric Prydz is synonymous with immaculately produced electronic music. The Platinum-selling producer is responsible for some of the biggest progressive house and techno tracks for well over a decade, not to mention some of the most technically impressive live shows of any touring artist. EPIC 5.0 is the latest iteration in the Prydz EPIC series, dubbed last year by Resident Advisor as ‘one hell of a concert’.
Despite the headline-grabbing shows and releases, Prydz remains reclusive, and it’s his dedication to his craft as a producer and DJ that leaves him in the highly enviable and singular position of appealing to dance music’s underground connoisseurs and populous masses alike.