The free electronic music festival’s second edition’s full two-day lineup has been announced. The organizers of this year’s highly anticipated Ibiza Global Festival, a showcase of electronic music, have announced the full lineup.
The island’s free party will take place on the sands of San Antonio’s S’Arenal beach on both Day 1 and Day 2, and will feature performances by internationally known DJs Roger Sanchez and Nic Fanciulli. Over 20,000 festivalgoers are scheduled to attend on August 11th and 12th to hear sets from their favorite international and island DJs from 5pm to 1am both nights.
Admission is free, and the event will feature performances by a slew of artists from across the world as well as some of Ibiza Global’s resident DJs on a big stage overlooking the beach and the dazzling Balearic Sea. The festival, which spans two days, features prominent DJs and performers from the international electronic music scene, with the goal of promoting an environmentally friendly way of living.
“Last year we took on the challenge of bringing a free two-day electronic music festival to Ibiza for the first time, and we were immensely proud to see how well it was received by the island,” says Daniele Luppino, CEO of Ibiza Global Radio. We’ve set the bar high for this season, with 15,000 electronic music fans dancing on San Antonio’s largest beach every day, but I’m confident we can deliver and exceed expectations, again.
The Ibiza Global Festival is going to be more than just a rave. In an effort to better conserve the island’s natural beauty and encourage constructive action against pollution, the festival is adding a range of eco-friendly projects this year.
Amistat Island Hostels will again provide a group of environmentally aware volunteers to help maintain S’Arenal beach tidy for the duration of the two-day festival. Soul Water, an environmentally friendly water brand, has a new partnership in the works for 2023 that will see more people drinking and recycling their distinctive, reusable cans of organically produced mineral water.
Volunteers will be recruited to clean up the beach in preparation for the Ibiza Global Festival. These saviors of the environment will work to maintain the island’s beaches clean and will spread the word about the necessity of taking care of our marine ecosystem to the general population.
Goodbye to Single-usage Plastic: The “Zero Cups and Plastic Bottles, Zero Straws” project aims to totally eradicate the usage of single-use plastic during the event. Cups and cutlery will be made from biodegradable and compostable materials, greatly reducing the island’s plastic waste.
Participants in Dancers for the Environment will be able to dance their way into the fight against pollution. Volunteers carrying special bags will collect any plastic trash they come across at the event, proving that one’s love of music need not come at the expense of one’s concern for the environment.
With an eye toward environmental consciousness, Ibiza Global Radio will begin doing interviews with DJs from Bye Bye Plastic on Monday, August 8 in the run-up to the festival.
The Ibiza Global Festival 2023 is committed to meeting its sustainability goals and is currently assessing the extent to which it will have an effect on the environment. The festival’s total energy use, water consumption, and carbon dioxide emissions will all go into this estimate. The festival’s ecological debt will be calculated based on this analysis. An same number of trees will be planted in an area of Ibiza that was devastated by a large fire last year in an effort to restore the island’s ecosystem. The goal is to restore harmony with nature.
The Ibiza Global Festival is committed to environmental responsibility and hopes to serve as a model for other festivals across the world with its all-encompassing strategy. Ibiza Global is actively partnering with Bye Bye Plastic, an organization dedicated to eliminating single-use plastics in the music industry, to ensure the right measures are taken toward making the festival plastic-free in the long run. This is a great step forward in spreading the festival’s ongoing message of eco-consciousness and sustainability while also making the event as sustainable as possible.
O Beach Ibiza, the festival’s key partner and a seasoned hospitality professional, will oversee the event’s bar operations. With a designated street food section, attendees can fuel themselves for the whole 14-hour dancing marathon with food from a wide range of vendors. This weekend will feature a wide variety of incredible live acts, as well as music from the House, Deep House, Tech House, and Techno genres. MDLBEAST Records, a pioneering platform for culture, creative expression, and electronic music in the Middle East, is back as a previous sponsor to bring up-and-coming artists from Saudi Arabia to the White Isle.
Sonitec and Funktion-One are providing top-notch technical support for this year’s festival. Ibiza Global’s 100.8 FM radio, TV, and social media channels will all be broadcasting the event live for those who are unable to be there in person.
The following acts will be performing during the course of the two-day electronic music festival:
DAY 1: Friday, August 11th
JAMES MY & CRISS
DAY 2 – SATURDAY
ABDON & PAU GUILERA
REBEKA BROWN feat. LORENA DE TENA
Written by: Editor of IVR