Now in it’s 12th season Judgment Sundays has become an institution in Ibiza. Taking place at Eden, San Antonio’s biggest super club, it is one of Ibiza’s busiest and most notorious nights. Beginning June 5th with a sixteen week run until the closing party on September 18th, the walls of Eden will be filled with an all star lineup and a packed crowd dancing until the early hours of the morning.
Judgement Sundays will be headlined by none other than the Ibiza icon himself Judge Jules in the main room with some of trance’s biggest names alongside such as Sander van Doorn, Eddie Halliwell, Cosmic Gate, Richard Durand, Marco V, Simon Patterson. Legends John O’Callagan and Ferry Corsten also return in 2011. Woody Van Eyden & Alex M.O.R.P.H. will also be featured, bringing with them Germany’s #1 electronic music station Sunshine Radio; broadcasting live from Ibiza. Judgement Sundays also continues to showcase new talent with sets from breakout artists Jordan Suckley, Mat Zo, and Arty as well as the world’s #1 female DJ Claudia Cazacu.
In addition to a stellar lineup in the main room, the theme continues in the second room with regulars Micky Slim, Alex Ellenger, Tristan Ingram, Krafty Kuts and JS favorite Howard Donald. Other names stacking up the line ups include talented pairing The Squatters, The Gallery’s Gavyn Mytchel, Dumb Blonde, Jonty Skruff, Tom Koenig, plus dubstep’s youngest sensation Jacob Plant.
New to Judgement Sundays in 2011 is the “Dub n Bass” theme in the third room, which is one of the only places in Ibiza you can hear a collision of dubstep and drum n bass with a unique Ibiza spin.
The award winning Creamfields is the world’s leading dance music festival. The original and best, Creamfields set out to provide the clubbing world with a bespoke large scale outdoor event and has gone on to become the most popular and renowned open air electronic music festivals in the world.
Creamfields is famous for many things not least its heritage but also its consistent delivery of world class line ups, value for money and unbeatable atmosphere!
Creamfields 2011 takes place on Friday 26th, Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th August Bank Holiday Weekend
Every Monday this year, the wildly popular and very successful trio of Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello, aka the Swedish House Mafia, are taking over Pacha with their own brand and playboyism.
Expect all the best bits you get from a night at Pacha but with all the panache and fireworks this dynamic trio offer. Hands in the air now!
Subliminal is an inappropriate name for this Erick Morillo vehicle. The pocket Columbian’s relentless touring schedule and obliging availability to the media make him one of the most well-known and liked DJs today.
The trademark funky chunky electro-house sound of his record label is to the fore, though he’s also likely to include diverse guests, such as M.A.N.D.Y. and even Dubfire. He might even spring a rock surprise like Tommy Lee.
Erick bases himself in Ibiza for the summer and is one of the island’s most popular party starters, with fireworks guaranteed. 2011 sees huge guests like Basement Jaxx and Chuckie with multiple dates as part of the theme for this year……..SUBLIMINAL INVASION!
0:45 – 3:45 : Tinie Tempah – Pass Out (Afrojack Remix)
4:16 – 4:54 : Chris Brown, Lil’ Wayne & Busta Rhymes – Look At Me Now (Prod. Afrojack)
4:55 – 5:27 : Daft Punk – Aerodynamik (I think it’s the Mashup with Moombah (Afrojack Remix) )
5:28 – 6:57 : Afrojack, Steve Aoki – No Beef
8:01 – 10:37 : Benny Benassi – Cinema (Laidback Luke Remix)
10:45 – 10:58 : ID
Nominated for Best Metropolitan Festival in the 2010 UK Festival Awards
In 2010, 7,500 partygoers took to the streets of Birmingham to see FATBOY SLIM, CALVIN HARRIS, CHASE & STATUS, ANNIE MAC, TIGA, SKREAM, BOYS NOIZE, ANDY C, JAMES ZABIELA, CASPA, MARKY, SCRATCH PERVERTS and over 50 more of the freshest DJs and live acts on the electronic music scene to date.
Held across a myriad of Birmingham’s finest music venues, Electric Carnival transformed Digbeth into a musical playground, quickly becoming the most talked about event in the city and amongst discerning electronic music lovers in the UK.
Saturday 4th June 2011, Electric Carnival will return bringing a bigger line up, increased capacity, more venues and a brand new site layout in one of the most unique locations in the UK.
- Over 9,000 people.
- Over 75 of the biggest live acts and DJs from around the globe.
- 20 unique event spaces taking over every music venue in Digbeth.
- Half of Digbeth cordoned off from the public for one night only.
- 1 city, 1 night, this is Electric Carnival
For the 2011 edition of Electric Carnival, we are incorporating the multi-million pound HMV INSTITUTE as well as the Digbeth Carpark, Custard Factory Art’s & Media Quarter, Air Nightclub and the Rainbow Complex to make way for an inner city festival unlike no other set in the heart of Birmingham City Centre.
The 2011 site includes:
• 2 x Outdoor Marquee Venues
• 1 x State of the art Live Music Venue (5 rooms)
• 2 x Industrial Warehouse Spaces
• 1 x Nightclub (3 rooms)
• An 18th Century Victorian Pub
• Victorian Pub Terrace
• Garden Terrace
• An Art Gallery
• 17th Century Listed Chapel
• Two sets of Railway Arches
• Man Made Lake Installations
Address: Heath Mill Lane (Entrance on Digbeth High St), Digbeth, Birmingham, B9 4AA
Location: The Digbeth Entertainment District
(Encompasses the HMV Institute, Digbeth Carpark Space, Entire Custard Factory Arts and Media Quarter, Air Nightclub & The Rainbow Complex Venues through various road closures)