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Groovers in the Park slam down one more party

Get ready for Groovers In The Park's final event of the summer.

Making the transition from Privilege's Vista Club to the more hedonistic habitat Benimussa Park, the London label Solid Grooves continue to succeed for another summer here in Ibiza as Groovers in the Park. With two parties down, the final one of the summer is creeping in on us sooner than we imagined.

Renowned as a house and tech house label filled with exciting talent, the label boasts many impressive musicians on their bill. The final party of the summer on Thursday 14 September will have residents PAWSA and Michael Bibi, as well as special guests such as Reelow, Franz Costa, Maze & Masters and more. Get ready for this.


As a co-founder of Solid Grooves, PAWSA knows a few things about tunes. He's managed to fill up the dancefloors of some of London's most popular clubs. He has also shown his versatility as an artist with his most recent EP Stage Two, as well as continuing with his regular and much loved PAWSA's mixtape series.

Since founding Solid Grooves, PAWSA has affirmed his own signature sound, bringing an inventive tech-house sound to the dancefloor as well as atmospheric and eclectic sets. Ibiza will be lucky to have him once more, bringing something fresh to Ibiza's reimagined zoo.

Michael Bibi

As the other co-founder of the Solid Grooves label, Michael Bibi has been storming through parties across Europe with his now a familiar name in the underground music scene. Having releases on labels such as Viva Music, Lost Records, Madtech and of course Solid Grooves, he has become a well-established name in the industry. Performing at Ibiza's zoo will be an exciting moment for Solid Grooves lovers and of course his British producer as we see it sandwiched between two huge gigs at Stealth in Nottingham and one of Leeds' favourites, Mint Club.


Barcelona-based DJ and producer, Reelow is best known for his heavy bass lines and intriguing sound that touches a multitude of genres including breakbeat, jazz, soul, techno and even hip-hop. Since first showcasing his talents in Budapest, the Hungarian-born artist has taken his music to some of the most renowned clubs in the world, including Ibiza's Privilege, Sankeys and Pacha, as well as London's mighty Ministry Of Sound and Studio 338. Now returning to Ibiza, it will be exciting to see how eclectic his set will be, especially with such an intriguing lineup.

There's nothing quite like partying open-air. You will want to be there for this one. Full details and tickets below.

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