Ibiza Rocks plays its part to remind us that the White Isle is all about the music – no matter what genre. Since 2008 the legendary poolside stage has been famous for its positioning as home of the live act; laying on the likes of Kasabian to the Kaiser Chiefs. An unexpected turn in 2018, however, saw a sudden end to a beloved era with new licensing laws stripping the venue of its ability to host live bands. Yet for an iconic institute whose moves have so far been ground-breaking to Ibiza’s scene, a seeming defeat has been made one for the books.
Today, Ibiza Rocks is pioneering a new wave of entertainment. Ever adapting to its evolving audience, the young and creative, a new title has been crowned as “the home of the pool party”. A recent refurb to boot boasts an all-new 360° stage, VOID soundsystem and crisp-white interiors with plenty of accessible VIP options. With a philosophy all about chasing the energy, its inimitable atmosphere continues to see events routinely sell out. Ibiza Rocks is the epitome of carefree, sunshine-drenched partying – its atmosphere as iconic as its name.
Why Ibiza Rocks?
For its palpable energy – full stop! As the name suggests the vibe at Ibiza Rocks is always sky-high and supremely jubilant. Thanks to a roster of musical champions that can trumpet the colosseum-like grounds into a frenzy, Craig David, Stormzy and Sonny Fodera are just a few to whet your appetite. Radio 1’s Big Weekend is an annual appearance here, too. With so many ways to upgrade the experience, our tip: the party suite!
Where is Ibiza Rocks?
You can walk to Ibiza Rocks from San Antonio bus station. Or, grab a taxi in from Ibiza Town or Playa D’en Bossa for around €25-30.
Can I stay near Ibiza Rocks?
Ibiza Rocks is a hotel as well as music venue so you can stay on the very grounds! You can grab a bargain straight from their site and with options of stage-facing balconies, you don’t even have to leave your room. Alternatively, you’ll find a whole range of options in San Antonio itself.
How much does Ibiza Rocks cost?
Tickets typically cost from €20 onwards, depending on the event. Drinks prices lean towards the cheaper side of the clubbing spectrum with a beer costing about €7 and a spirit mixer €9.