23 June 2022

Paradise's opening party exceeded everyone's expectations

We have been waiting two years for this day to arrive, two years anxious for the arrival of Paradise at Amnesia Ibiza. And finally, we had the chance to experience first-hand one of the most spectacular openings of the season, an opening that will be remembered as the beginning of an adventure that promises to be unforgettable. Because what we experienced last night was a perfect example of how a party should be run. Jamie Jones and his team have won the love of the clubbers for a reason, because they give their whole heart from minute one.

In the main room, named for Paradise as The Music Box, Manda Moor kicked off the season. This emerging Danish-Filipino DJ and producer based in Paris, blew us away with her style between House and Techno. Oden & Fatzo offered us a high quality live set, full of enveloping sounds. East End Dubs continued to increase the musical quality of the party and Archie Hamilton made it clear why he is one of the most respected underground artists in the house and techno scene. The last to take to the booth was Alan Fitzpatrick, who gave a lesson in how to close a room with class, elegance and plenty of energy.

At The Terrace Yulia Niko was in charge of livening up the atmosphere with a fluid set, the perfect prelude to Richy Ahmed's performance, one of Paradise's classics who did not disappoint and turned the room upside down. Hot Since 82 made it clear from the first note that he wanted his set not to go unnoticed. One of the highlights of the night came with Joseph Capriati, who developed a deft and emotive techno, delivered with precision, style and infectious energy. And to cap off the party with a flourish, Jamie Jones took to the stage. The magic of Jamie and the magic of the sunrise light merged and transformed the Terrace into an unreal space, with music of another category and an atmosphere of good vibes that ended with a standing ovation.  

In short, Paradise is a party that invites you to repeat the experience again and again... and that's what we'll be doing every Wednesday during the summer.