Ben Santiago (Ibiza Resident)
The Lovely Laura on Sax
Dean Oram on Percussion
We would like to invite you to our 21st century Balearic spectacular based on the Disco nights that inspired the music, parties and culture of contemporary dance music. The heavenly Hed Kandi will be partying the nights away every Saturday at Es Paradis from the 4th of June. Welcome to Disco's Revenge!
Hed Kandi is going back to their roots for 17 weeks of debauched fun and escapism celebrating the sound and lifestyle that defined the Hed Kandi that we all know and love today. The hands-in-the-air feel good house tunes played by all the Hed Kandi DJs today originated from the classic Disco tunes of yesterday. The Disco era also laid the foundations for opulent theatrical themed events. As well as paying homage to the iconic music, Hed Kandi will reproduce the decadent lifestyle that redefined the Disco scene from one iconic club to another - the fabulous and fashionable, jet set, glamorous and beautiful crowds dominating the dancefloors from sunset to sunrise.
Disco's Revenge is the place to party, be sexy and lose yourself in true hedonistic Hed Kandi style we will not only tantalize your ears but also your eyes with Studio 54 inspired roller girls, lavish live shows, exquisite dancers, mind boggling aerial artists and acrobats beautifully co-ordinating a visual feast whilst our roster of Hed Kandi DJs and diva performers entice your dancing feet with their uplifting Disco inspired beats.
Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, youíll land amongst the stars.
Es Paradis Terrenal translates as Paradise on Earth and anyone who has stepped inside this beautiful arena will testify to the worthiness of such a title. Like a cross between a Greek temple and a garden centre, this arena is perhaps the most ornate clubbing space on the globe. Established in 1975, Es Paradis is one of the founding fathers of Ibiza clubland, yet it is the notorious water parties held here, combined with its pyramid roof, that make it iconic of Ibiza's extravagant and majestic clubs. Its San Antonio location meant that it was one of the first used by British promoters and in the mid to late 90s saw the likes of Sasha, David Morales, Erick Morillo, Danny Rampling gracing the podium like DJ booth above the small central amphitheatre of a dance floor. Since the dawn of the new millennium, Es Paradis' fall from grace could hardly have been more spectacular, with the exciting nights of the 90s long forgotten, the ubiquitous water parties remain the unique draw but if its cutting edge electronic sounds you seek, then look elsewhere.