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Underground favourites ANTS return to the magnificent Ushuaïa Ibiza for a much anticipated 23-week residency that is set to be the most tastefully eclectic in its history. Running from 4th May – 5th October, the weekly Saturday parties offer up a unique mix of names from every house and techno sub-genre imaginable, with globally renowned pioneers, red-hot new talents, exclusive back-to-backs, exciting debuts and many more surprises that will make this the most unforgettable ANTS summer yet.
Never before have so many different and innovative artists been assembled on one season-long line-up as this summer at ANTS. There will be plenty of fresh energy and new perspectives, including much-anticipated debuts from Nicole Moudaber, Prospa, Cristina Lazic, Sirus Hood, Jaden Thompson, Viot, Sosa, Classmatic, Jay De Lys, Airrica and Hank, while plenty of artists who have made their mark in the past will be back to do it all again such as Adam Beyer, Alan Fitzpatrick, Archie Hamilton, Cloonee, Franky Rizardo, Joris Voorn, Kolsch, Loco Dice, Solardo, TSHA and more.
The highlights come thick and fast each week and include the likes of Ukraine pair and melodic techno innovators ARTBAT who have very much defined that sound in the last few years. For intelligent minimal and tech house explorations, look no further than German master Boris Brechja, while Turkish star and ANTS debutant Mahmut Orhan brings influences from his heritage to his mix of house and disco. Elsewhere on the bill John Summit brings his vocal house sound and Gordo will lead the way when it comes to chunky, party-starting house.

As always, new talent is at the heart of ANTS, and this year brings sets from Mau P, who broke through to the top table with his global hit ‘Drugs From Amsterdam’ and has kept on serving up sounds that make him one of the biggest and brightest rising stars in the scene right now, and popular ANTS regular Chelina Manuhutu who is back for more bass heavy and loopy house goodness fresh off the back of being recognised as Best New Artist at the Golden Moon Awards 2023. She is joined by fellow next-generations tastemakers Us Two who were the winners of the ANTS ‘Next Gen’ competition and will show off their skills to The Colony on a special date this summer.
Spaniard Paco Osuna makes a welcome return to ANTS and will do a full takeover to mark his 50th birthday so expect plenty of his signature high-grade and future-facing techno sounds. He’ll be joined on this special occasion by Melanie Ribbe, Rendher, and Toman.
Andrea Oliva has been at the heart of the ANTS world for many years and has helped to shape the party’s musical DNA. He will be back at the forefront again this summer, playing a series of unique back-to-back sets that will allow him to delve into many different facets of his sound. They include sessions with Gordo, fellow Ibiza regular Ilario Alicante, John Summit, Mahmut OrhanArodes, and Saved label head and tech house’s most consistent innovator, Nic Fanciulli.

Ahead of this full season getting underway, ANTS will kick off with a two-part opening on May 4th and May 11th 2024 that begins at Ushuaïa and ends Hï Ibiza with the likes of AJ Christou, Andrea Oliva, Nic Fanciulli, ARTBAT, Mason Collective, Archie Hamilton, Frankie Wah, Loco Dice, Joris Voorn and many more.
Aside from the world-class soundtrack, ANTS is celebrated for going above and beyond when it comes to production. This year will feature never-seen-before production, including the largest structure in ANTS history towering over the Ushuaïa Ibiza dancefloor and sensory stimulating audio visuals, creating a visually stunning experience that heralds an exciting new era of ANTS. Book your place at

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