The Night League announced that Ushuaïa & Hï Ibiza cancel all their events scheduled for July. Both venues prolong a decision that COVID 19 forced back in early May
Without any doubt, the Coronavirus is hitting hard. Spain is experiencing a very difficult situation with a huge number of deaths and irreparable economic damage. While the country starts its way to a ‘New Normality’, many industries are at stake.
The Worldwide situation is ‘unfortunately’ making digital festivals a trend. While Tomorrowland (Digital Edition), Electric Blockaloo with more than 850 artists, or Digital Mirage grow, EDM fans realize how much they miss the dancefloors.
Despite relaxing social measures in Spain, Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza decided to cancel all events across the month of July. A feeling of sadness runs through the body of electronic music lovers when such prestigious clubs remain closed. However, the decision is very reasonable as the virus is still out there and health and safety are the top priority.
Ushuaïa & Hï Ibiza, Two of the Most Prestigious Clubs
Hï Ibiza won World’s 100 Best Clubs’ 2019 list by the International Nightlife Association. On the other hand, the most iconic open-air venue in the world, Ushuaïa offers a different experience full of details. Both venues are run by The Night Ligue, a company that also manages techno brand Ants.
It looks that Ibiza and the entire world will miss this July the high-quality agendas that these clubs prepare every year. Some of the past Hï Ibiza residencies include Avicii, Hardwell, Armin van Buuren, Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Martin Garrix, and many more. Ushuaïa Ibiza, who booked Swedish House Mafia last summer, also hosts many non EDM related events.
Clubbers from around the world are praying for a comeback in August, something that looks a little bit optimistic at the moment.
Hï Ibiza opened its doors in 2017 and quickly escalated through the best clubs in the world. The club replaced Space Ibiza, to later even improve what Space had achieved. The Night League, owned by creative mastermind and CEO Yann Pissenem, decided to fight the virus in the best way, even if that reduces a lot the summer season. The safety of Ibiza’s clubbers must come first. If everybody collaborates and behaves adequately, clubs like these iconic ones will be back and running as soon as possible.
The cancelation of July events makes us take a look back at last season’s visitors, with world-class artists like Fisher, CamelPhat, Solardo, David Guetta, Don Diablo, Chris Lake, and many more. Both Ushuaïa & Hï Ibiza are on the top of the luxurious and famous venues all across the globe. Many top artists visited these venues, and hopefully, they will be back sooner than later.