The island is jam-packed with cultural events and entertainment options for you this month, so read our round-up of the highlights to ensure you don’t miss out!
2 July – CONTEMPORARY ART AND MUSIC AND FINE DINING AT SIX SENSES IBIZA
HaSalon restaurant at Six Senses Ibiza has prepared a mouth-watering double event for 2 July.
‘The Water Dancer’ is a live art installation by Israeli artist, Eyal Geber. The work uses art and technology to imagine the future, in doing so, turning the venue’s already impressive sunset vista into a unique transformational experience for the spectator.
The same evening there will be a special dinner set to music by the virtuoso multimedia artist, Rosey Chan. Her concerts incorporate state-of-the-art sound technology and cinematic visual effects.
Don’t miss the chance to catch two unique cultural offerings in a gorgeous setting!
– 2 July SUEÑOS DE LIBERTAD FESTIVAL
On Saturday 2 July Ibiza’s biggest live music festival Sueños de Libertad aka Dreams of Freedom Festival comes to a close tonight.
Held in the port of Ibiza, it brings together an amazing mixture of national and international artists including BOMBA ESTÉREO, SFDK, ELIADES OCHOA, QUANTIC and NICKODEMUS.
Join the celebrations and give free rein to your dreams! Find the link to purchase tickets here.
– 5 & 13 July WORKSHOPS AT NOBU ROOFTOP
Nobu Rooftop’s much-vaunted Rooftop series continues this month with two unique offerings. First off, on 5 July, we have a conscious sexuality workshop run in tandem by Wumanas, a female-led art collective, and the 5th House, a conscious sexuality platform. Come along for the chance to explore and empower your sexuality!
The second event, SUCO Sessions, takes place on 13 July. SUCO is an immersive meditation experience combining breathwork, dancing and ancient science-based practices with electronic music. What with the Rooftop’s breath-taking views over Talamanca Bay and the presence of the full moon tonight, this promises to be an unmissable occasion!
– 9 & 23 July TRADITIONAL IBIZAN FOLK DANCING IN SANTA EULALIA
Enjoy the highly picturesque spectacle of typical Ibizan folk dances, known in Ibicencan as ball pagés, (farmer’s dance) at Plaza España, the main square in Santa Eulalia, in front of the Town Hall.
The traditional dances at Santa Eulalia are a marvellous opportunity to witness a centuries-old tradition here on the islands in which every detail – whether it’s the dances, the instruments or the costumes – gives you a fascinating insight into rural folklore and the islands’ millenarian culture.
– 1 & 29 July LUST FOR LAUGHS AT PIKES IBIZA
Fans of stand-up comedy will be chuffed to hear that Lust For Laughs at Pikes Ibiza, just outside San Antonio, is hosting not one but two events this coming month.
The first event, featuring George Zahcharopoulos and Lluis Vendrell, takes place on July 1. So, come down with your friends for a chuckle, the chance to heckle and drinks.
– Every Tuesday Evening, LIVE MUSIC @SA CALETA RESTAURANT
For a truly magical evening, head over to the enchanting, shaded garden of Sa Caleta Restaurant, in the municipality of San José. Known as “Es Jardí”, this super romantic spot is perfect for listening to live music while partaking of some fine seafood dishes, the house’s speciality.
As it’s very popular with locals and visitors alike, table reservation is strongly advised.
– 16 July EVA BERESIN ART SHOW AT LA NAVE SALINAS FOUNDATION
This summer’s exhibition at La Nave Foundation in Las Salinas marks a first for the art gallery in that it is the first time a female artist has shown their work there. The exhibition will feature a series of self-portraits by the Hungarian artist, Eva Beresin, who is based in Vienna. It will run from 16 July to the end of September.