Having played at Café Mambo on numerous occasions over the years, Fatboy Slim is the ideal candidate to soundtrack a landmark party such as this one, with the Brighton-born DJ looking to capture the sunset vibe with his 9pm set on Thursday 1st August.
With three parties in as many nights, MistaJam will perform a Friday night dance anthems set the following night as part of BBC Radio 1’s Ibiza programming, followed up by a live performance from M-22 and a set from resident Jason Bye. If this wasn’t enough, Martin Solveig will then make an appearance on Saturday 3rd July for his Pure Pacha pre-party.
It comes less than a month after BBC Radio 2 broadcast live from the fabled coastal cafe, with the likes of Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Chicane and host Rylan Clarke-Neal all making an appearance. Marking a quarter of a century as the ultimate hotspot for the world’s most iconic sunset, the legendary venue fuses the most breathtaking Mediterranean views, with delicious food, ice-cold cocktails, and stunning DJ sets from the finest talent in the electronic scene.
Set in the heart of San Antonio, Café Mambo is recognised for its unrivalled sunset views. Café Mambo was created during the 90’s house music heyday and received instant recognition, was named ‘Bar of the Year’ by GQ and its following grew rapidly.
DJs began to frequent the bar requesting to play on the decks and before long regular sets included the biggest names in dance music playing at the now celebrated sunset ‘pre-party’.
With the 2019 season marking 25 years as the white isle’s ultimate idyllic haven, the venue is again welcoming a fine array of stellar acts back to the famous booth, with 2018 witnessing performances from the likes of Pete Tong, Fatboy Slim, Eric Prydz, Roger Sanchez, Bob Sinclar, Mambo Brothers and many more.
Café Mambo‘s 25th birthday celebrations throughout this season will undoubtedly make for some of the most memorable moments of Ibiza 2019.