IMS: International Music Summit 2018
The International Music Summit celebrates the 25 of May 2018 its final party in Dalt Vila with Sven Väth, Pete Tong, Paco Osuna, Jackmaster ...
El International Music Summit, one of the most important international congresses in the music scene, is held again this spring in Ibiza and has already announced the details of its expected final party in Dalt Vila, the perfect finishing touch to three intense days of talks, seminars, conferences, activities , debates, master classes and workshops.
Another year, the Bastion of Saint Lucia in Dalt Vila welcomes the Friday 25 May 2018 a great musical session in this magnificent place declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO. At the event will be present some of the most iconic artists of the world's electronics, with the great Sven Väth as headliner, an artist with more than 30 years of experience and this summer is news with the change from its emblematic Cocoon party to the Pacha Ibiza nightclub.
There will also be the great Danny Tenaglia arrived from New York, the Israeli Guy Gerber, Dj very much loved on the island for his party Rumors, Paco Osuna with its powerful techno sounds, Andrea Oliva, one of the most representative DJs of the ANTS sound, and Pete Tong, one of the founders of the IMS. The Korean artist will also be there Peggy Gou, the duo Bedouin, that last summer triumphed with his party Saga, the intuitive Dubfire, a pioneer like the British Jackmaster, Nastia, Ukrainian artist who is rising like the foam, and the winner of BURN Residency 2017, Furkan Kurt.
The organizers say that soon they will announce how the aforementioned artists will be paired to delight the audience with these traditional and exclusive sessions. Back to back.
An appointment to enjoy the rhythms house underground and techno most incredible with some of the most beloved artists on the island, such as Sven Väth or Bedouin, emerging talents such as Nastia and Peggy Gou and iconic DJs like Danny Tenaglia.
A party and a congress that you should not miss and that marks the beginning of the season on the island.