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First Major Closing Party Of The Season Is Happening This Week

First Major Closing Party Of The Season Is Happening This Week

It’s hard to believe that we’re writing this, but we’re already at that time of the year when the closing parties start to kick off. Honestly, it feels like it was only a couple of days ago that we started writing about this year’s opening parties but here we are, a couple of blinks of an eye later, and we’re right at the end of August with things already beginning to wind down.

This Thursday we see our first major closing party of the season as Martin Garrix draws the curtain on his 2019 season in Ushuaïa Ibiza. Having taken over the poolside every Thursday for the last nine weeks, Garrix has enjoyed another stellar season, truly cementing himself as one of the biggest names in not only the dance music industry but also the music as a whole.

Guests this year have included the likes of Nicky Romero, Lost Frequencies, Salvatore Ganacci, Justin Mylo and Junior Sanchez, making Martin Garrix’s party one of the most popular big room events on the island this year.

The Dutchman will be going out with a bang at this week’s closing party where he will be joined on the day by Ritan, Cesqeaux, Dyro and Loopers for a send of worthy of one of the island’s most popular venues.

With yet another successful season now safely in the bag, we’re pretty sure we’ll be seeing Martin Garrix back in his Ibiza home for another season next year and, as always, we’ll be bringing you news of this as we get it during the offseason. In the meantime, you’ve still got the chance to get down for one more dance at this week’s closing party by picking up some tickets here now.

Before you get too worried, chill out, there’s still a whole lot of partying left to do on the island this year, with plenty of brands continuing all the way through September and even into October, so it’s definitely not time to panic or start worrying about the winter just yet.

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