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Thursday, 23 May 2013 02:00


Mondays will never be the same

Café Olé, the most glamorous party at Ibiza, comes back this summer to Space with multiple changes and stronger than ever, putting together, like always, music and show. In a summer where it turns 14 years of existence in pretty good shape, comes to be held on Monday nights, from June 24th to September 16th. The main novelty in this new season is the presence of numerous and important international celebrities every week, like Bob Sinclar, Fedde le Grand or Roger Sanchez, House Legend launching his bright new residence at the Terrace in Café Olé. These big DJs will be accompanied by upcoming names on the Tech house and Mainstream scene. Another great new on this season is the wide range of different music strands at the different club areas: Mainstream at La Discoteca, House and Tech House at the Terrace, Eclectic whole night long at Sunset Terrace and Nu-disco at Premiere Etage.
Among others, the Café Olé DJ desk will be visited by today's artists like Porter Robinson, Danny Avila, Rebecca & Fiona, Erik Hagleton, The Cube Guys, Mat Zo, René Amesz, Prok & Fitch, Funkagenda, Third Party, Spen, Boris, Mike Vale, Cedric Gervais and Funkerman. All combined with great legends like Frankie Knuckles, CJ Mackintosh and the SpanishChus+Ceballos. The Café Olé residents for this season in Ibiza will be Roger Sanchezand Danny Leblack at the Terrace, House South Brothers – a duo integrated by Pablo Kopanos and Manuel Moore-- and Rafha Madrid at La Discoteca, and Marco Loco atSunset.
About the performances, North American artists like Ultra Naté and Amanda Lepore, the actress and show-woman Rossy de Palma, and the usual Café Olé performers Miss Davilota, Diva Houston and the singer Patrizze. All of them will be accompanied by the everyday dancers, acrobats, musicians and right characters making Café Olé the most elegant, daring and funny party on the island. Its elegant shows, law-breaking aesthetic and challenging hedonism, along its theme parties, are Café Olé signs of identity.
These themes are; Café Olé Burlesque, dedicated to 40's striptease shows where the mystic magic consists in not showing everything, Café Olé is Pervert, sunken in the fetishism and erotic world, Café Olé Back To The Disco, a tribute to New Yorker Studio 54 (mother of all clubs), and Motel Café Olé, an old-world Hotel hosting crazy characters.
Along the history of Café Olé many worldwide known artists like Boney M, Fangoria, Boy George, Jocelyn Brown, Crystal Waters, Shawnee Taylor, Mario Vaquerizo, Rossy de Palma, Jesús Luz, David Delfín, or the DJ star David Guetta have joined the party.
Café Olé goes back to its Ibiza's summer residency on June 24th, after visiting disparate countries and cities like Miami, in the U.S, Mexico D.F, in Mexico, Salvador de Bahía, Río de Janeiro, Brasilia, Sao Paulo, Belo Horizonte and Porto Alegre, in Brazil; Santa Cruz, in Bolivia; Casablanca, in Morocco; Sharm El Sheik, in Egypt; Tel Aviv, in Israel; Moscow, in Russia; Kiev, in Ukraine; Almaty, in Kazakhstan; Zagreb, in Croatia; Milan, in Italy; Paris and Aigues Mortes, in France; London, in United Kingdom; and Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla, Zaragoza, Valencia, Burgos, Girona, Lleida, Tarragona, Menorca, Toledo and Murcia, in Spain.