Hard Times Launches Saturday Party at Vista Club, Ibiza & Announces Opening Fiesta

Hard Times Launches Saturday Party at Vista Club, Ibiza & Announces Opening Fiesta

Ibiza | 21.05.2015

Ibiza is getting the Hard Time’s treatment across the summer months. The label / club night have announced their opening party line up, things kick off June 20th. It includes house legend Todd Terry and backed up alongside some of underground music finest Junior Sanchez, Mark Fanciulli, Nice7 and Mat Playford.

2015 sees the first launch of their parties on the ibiza island, at Vista Club, Privillage. The venue is suited in an unused part of the Privillage. With windows across the side of the roof, giving that amazing sunrise which the island is famous for.

The much loved crew at Hard Times and ready to go, and the lines and residents they have selected do not disappoint. The famous house brand, started way back in the 90’s and were the driving force behind the Uk house music scene. Breaking in the likes of Roger Sanchez, Todd Terry and David Morales in the UK

Says Steve Raine, Hard Times founder.. “Ibiza is a massive showcase for both Hard Times The Label and our events – together with the artists we are working with on both club and label releases. There are some really exciting projects planned, both new productions and remixes using artists from both past and where we see ourselves in the future. This has never been about creating an ‘all our yesterdays’ club event and label. I have no interest in that, it’s about taking the best from our past and allowing clubbers of today to witness our unique Hard Times experience. We always saw ourselves as pioneers in the industry and I still maintain that ethos doing our thing our way. So yes Ibiza will enable us to showcase what we are all about.”

Hard Times Ibiza series runs till September 12th, with guests that include the likes of Roger Sanchez, Derrick Carter, DJ Sneak, Mark Fanciulli, Doc Martin, Doorly, Mat Playford, Hector Romero, Brett Johnson and many more to be announced. We suggest you mark a date in your disco diary.

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