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Ibiza Dance and Music Festival Spain – Ibiza, San Antonio (October 2017)

Festival Overview


  • Folklore groups, orchestras, majorettes, modern dance groups, music bands, choirs from all over the world
  • The number of the participants are not limited
  • No age limits

Application deadline: 30 March, 2017

Festival Schedule

06.10.17 – Day 1:

  • Arrival at the accommodation, meeting with the organizers, discussing the next day’s programs
  • Dinner
  • Sunset at Café Del Mar

07.10.17 – Day 2:

  • Breakfast
  • Free program: beach, paddle surf, diving, kayak.
  • Optional program: boat trip on a glass bottom boat along the westend coast of Ibiza up to the island of Es Vedra. Visit one of the most famous landmarks of Ibiza and enjoy the mysterious 3rd most magnetic place on earth.
  • Performance show at Hotel Abrat Ibiza
  • Dinner
  • Visit the best disco clubs in the world (Pacha, Space, Amnesia…)

08.10.17 – Day 3:

  • Breakfast
  • Optional program: Hippy Market SantCarlos
  • Free program: beach, sunbathing…
  • Sightseeing in Ibiza town: Castle of Ibiza, Dalt Villa, Porto di Ibiza…
  • Performance at Aperture terrace by Typichotels
  • Dinner
  • Visit the best disco clubs in the world (Pacha, Space, Amnesia…)

09.10.17 – Day 4:

  • Breakfast, departure

Participation fee includes

  • Accommodation: 3**-4**** Hotels in San Antonio like Hotel Abrat (http://www.hotelabrat.com/en)
  • triple rooms (supplement for double room is 5€/person/day)
  • Meals: half board for the whole festival (breakfast, dinner)
  • Participation at Dance and Music Festival
  • Diplomas and gifts

Participation fee does not include

  • Transport
  • Optional programs
  • Insurance
October 06 2017


Start: 6 October, 2017 @ 8:00 am
End: 9 October, 2017 @ 5:00 pm
Cost: €119
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Ibiza, San Antonio

Ibiza , san antonio, España,

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Participation fee:119 euro per person (additional day is 35€/person)

Additional Info
Ibiza Island is situated in the Balearic archipelago. This is the third island in term of surface after Mallorca and Minorca. Well known for it night activities, Ibiza is also a wonderful island, with emeralds beaches, and an always blue sky (more than 300 days of sunshine per year). With stunning turquoise water and white sand, it’s easy to see why Ibiza is a popular holiday spot accommodating approximately 2.8 million tourists each year. Its magnificent architecture, coastline and sea life have landed it a World Heritage Site listing.