Jamie Jones’ Paradise event series has announced details of its 2022 programme at Amnesia Ibiza, with artists such as Âme (Live), Archie Hamilton, The Blessed Madonna, DJ Holographic, Hot Since 82, Nicole Moudaber and many more set to appear over the course of the summer.
Kicking off on June 22 and running until October 5, the theme of the Paradise Ibiza 2022 series is ‘The Age of Love’, with each event promising a blend of music, theatre and art, featuring dancers and performers dressed in fantastical costumes created avant garde designer Kate Tabor.
“Amnesia is one of the few places left that truly feels like it couldn’t be anywhere else in the world other than Ibiza,” Jones said. “I can also say that as a DJ I’ve only been inspired enough to take my music on a new trajectory three times in my life. Two of those experiences have been on the Amnesia terrace as the sun comes up.
“Nothing compares to that floor when it’s alive and I couldn’t be more excited to bring all my energy, passion and the Paradise love to the temple of Amnesia this summer.”
It’s HERE.— Paradise (@ParadisePrds) April 20, 2022
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Welcome to The Age of Love ❤️
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The main room at each event will be transformed into The Music Box, while guests will also have the chance to explore the hidden Pharaoh’s Garden, a new chill out space.
Other artists set to appear over the course of the summer include Enzo Siragusa, Loco Dice, Sonja Moonear, Joseph Capriati, Apollonia, Ida Engberg, Seth Troxler, Luciano, Cinthie, La Fleur, Chris Stussy, Marco Faraone, Patrick Topping and Ilario Alicante, while there will also be appearances from up and coming artists such as AMÉMÉ, Yulia Nikko, Toman, Rossi and Fleur Shore. Manda Moor and East End Dubs take on resident duties.
Paradise Ibiza 2022 runs from 22 June to 5 October at Amnesia. For more information or to purchase tickets, click here. Words by Márcia Costa.