BEAT HOTEL AN 5-DAY IBIZA RESIDENCY
Hotel in Residence with @patron. Wednesdsay 27 September – Sunday 1 October 2023, Ibiza.
A place where the world is suddenly rich with possibility.
Roaming event brand, the Beat Hotel today unveils plans for its third Ibiza edition, taking place over five consecutive days, 27th September – 1st October. With a takeover of a boutique hotel, daily pool events and a night time programme unfolding at some of the island’s most iconic venues, Beat Hotel in Residence with Patron promises to channel the Balearic ideal, whilst presenting some of today’s most forward-looking artists.
At the heart of the 2023 programme, The Beat Hotel concept becomes bricks and mortar – albeit temporarily – taking over the idyllic Hotel Las Mimosas in Sant Josep de sa Talaia for a 5-day pop up. There, guests can drop in to daily Swim Club sessions featuring poolside DJs and BBQ by Hawksmoor’s Richard Turner & friends, before enjoying a sundowner on the hotel’s roof terrace with ocean views. Guests will also have the opportunity to stay within The Residence (for pricing see website / rooms subject to availability).
From there, the night programme calls at a different venue each day, ranging from elevated dining, to the island’s more discerning dancefloors via most points in between. Venues include the cliff-top spot Hostal La Torre, The Standard’s Ibiza outpost, indoor/outdoor club Cova Santa, the alfresco Las Dalias (with its sister micro-club Akasha), and the original party hotel, Pikes Ibiza.
Live acts performing include Peruvian songstress/producer Sofia Kourtesis, Italian ambient pioneer Gigi Masinplaying a rooftop show in the old town, and 7-piece Spirit of Sundaze Ensemble promising to bring a contemporary take on the Balearic spirit, when they headline an open air concert at Las Dalias – home to the island’s weekly hippy markets.
A line-up of international DJs span club tastemakers rarely seen in Ibiza, alongside outliers of the scene making their White Isle debuts. John Talabot & Axel Boman play under their Talaboman guise, alongside Phantasy’s Daniel Avery and rising talent Gabrielle Kwarteng. Elsewhere, the bill includes house aficionado Suze Ijó, vivacious DJ/NTS regular Shanti Celeste, Amsterdam’s Elias Mazian and the cinematically inclined Alex Kassian.
Complementing the line up of international acts, support duties fall to some of the island’s most trusted selectors including Camilo Miranda, Pete Gooding, Chris Coco, The Brothers Grim and Phat Phil Cooper.
Beyond the club shows and open air concerts, on Thursday 28th September, the programme features the conceptually-led “Island Times”. Inviting a diverse selection of creatives to showcase the influence of Ibiza, and their early experiences of the island, on their art, the line up includes a conversation with Irvine Welsh and special DJ sets by e-soul protagonist Luke Una and ibicenco Gaya Brisa. The music will be complemented by a dinner presented by Michelin-Starred chef Brad Carter, taking inspiration from Ibiza’s dancefloors in the form of 3-courses; “Warm up”, “Main Room” and “Afterparty”
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Follow the sounds of @beat_hotel troughtout Sonica Airwaves, everyday we will be broadcasting live from the different venues: @lasmimosasibiza , @latorreibiza , @thestandardibiza , @covasantaibiza , @lasdaliasibiza , @pikesibiza
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NOTES TO EDITORS
FULL LINE-UP OF ARTISTS:
Cami Layé Okún
Heels & Souls
Phat Phil Cooper
Spirit of Sundaze Ensemble
Talaboman – John Talabot & Axel Boman
The Brothers Grim
Beat Hotel Swim Club
Venue: ‘The Residence’ at Las Mimosas
Times: 12pm – 7pm
Dates: Daily Wednesday 27th Sept – Sunday 1st Oct
BBQ: Poolside DJs, swimming & BBQ by Richard Turner (Hawksmoor) & friends.
Weekend line up featuring:
Alex Kassian, Andy Wilson, Be.Lanuit, Cami Layé Okún, Chris Coco, Coco Maria, DJ Pippi, Heels & Souls, Irvine Welsh (DJ set), Luca Averna, Luke Una, Pete Gooding, Phat Phil Cooper, Raw Silk, The Brothers Grim, Wasted Space
Address: Carrer de Burgos, 29, 07829 Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Illes Balears, Spain
Tickets: €15 including welcome Patron cocktail from www.beat-hotel.com
Beat Hotel presents Sunset Sounds
Venue: Hostal La Torre
Times: 5pm – 11pm
Date: Wednesday 27th September
Line up: Cami Layé Okún, Coco Maria, Zakia plus seated dinner by Hostal La Torre chefs
Reservations via www.beat-hotel.com
Beat Hotel presents Island Times
Venue: The Standard, Ibiza
Timings: 6.30pm – 12am
Date: Thursday 28th September
Line up: Irvine Welsh in Conversation. Gaya Brisa (sunset set), Gigi Masin (live), Luke Una &
3-course menu by Brad Carter x The Standard
Tickets: €150 per person including 3-course dinner, drinks* & entertainment
(*Drinks included per person: 2 x Patron cocktails + half bottle wine + water)
Beat Hotel x Cova Santa
Venue: Cova Santa
Date: Friday 29th September
Open air (7pm-12am): Perel, Raw Silk, Sofia Kourtesis live, Willie Graff
Club (12-6am): Daniel Avery, Gabrielle Kwarteng, Talaboman – John Talabot & Axel Boman
Tickets: From €35 from Ibiza Spotlight
Beat Hotel x Las Dalias
Venue: Las Dalias
Time: 7pm – 12am
Date: Saturday 30th September
Line up: Camilo Miranda, Spirit of Sundaze Ensemble live, Suze Ijó
Tickets: Free entry
Beat Hotel x Akasha
Time: 12am – 5am
Date: Saturday 30th September
Line up: Alex Kassian, Elias Mazian
Tickets: €20 advance from Ibiza Spotlight / €25 on the door (subject to availability)
Beat Hotel x Pikes on Sunday
Venue: Pikes Ibiza
Date: Sunday 1st October
Freddies: Shanti Celeste + special guest
Sunset Terrace: Heels & Souls, Louise Chen
Poolside: Dicky Trisco,The Brothers Grim, Willie Graff
About Beat Hotel
From a four-day festival in Marrakech to a Balearic retreat in Ibiza, the Beat Hotel welcomes the culturally curious to global get-togethers.
The original Beat Hotel was a small, run-down spot in the Latin Quarter of 1950s Paris. Hot water was only available Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, its rooms had windows facing an internal stairwell, and the linen was changed once a month – if you were lucky. The hotel gained fame as the low-rent refuge that became an artistic home for Beat poets like William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso and their many friends, who, freed from the conservative morals of 1950s America, made it a hothouse of creativity. Channeling this original spirit, the Beat goes on, calling howling spirits and curious minds to come together for culture, ideas and moments that matter.
Taking inspiration from its namesake and acting as a welcoming sanctuary for anyone who stumbled inside, The Beat Hotel opened its doors in the fields of Avalon in 2011, with a round-the-clock DJ line-up, an extensive cocktail list and food served by borrowed chefs from some of London’s top restaurants. Returning each year, in 2019 the Beat Hotel closed its Somerset outpost, to continue the journey to Marrakech, then Ibiza and other destinations unknown.