Pacha Ibiza has revealed another residence for the next summer season: Dixon, and his new experimental project – Transmoderna.

On the official website there is no information yet, besides the possibility of registering by email for newsletter purposes, and a short video that suggests a futuristic and cybernetic wave. In the official Facebook, the concept is described in a very sui generis way, but in an obvious complement to that video: “More than just a residency, it is a navigation through global phenomena, in real life and in virtual reality; a fracture through the idea of ​​clubbing; a fissure in your dreams“. The parties will start on May 24 and run for 20 weeks, until October 4, every Friday.

According to the press conference alluding to the project of the German producer, collaborating in the production of the series of events are visual artists, interior designers, light engineers and laser engineers. It is also thought to use cybernetic tools and spiritual toys. The central theme is virtual reality, and its transposition to the dance floor. According to Dixon, the idea is to convert Pacha Ibiza into a scenario of immersion in an alternative reality, not only from the sonorous point of view (like the musical record of Dixon already suggests), but also visual and imagistic, providing a sensitive transcendence through music and movement. The goal is to change the traditional and conventional of clubbing experience, not putting limits on a trip that is intended to be immersive, hybrid, totalizing.

Dixon is a widely respected name on the underground scene, having dominated the clubbing universe of Berlin in the 90s, being also the founder of Innervisions, still today one of the most important labels of Europe in the genres house and techno. The German is, for now, the only confirmed artist. In addition to Dixon, have already secured residence in Pacha for this year names like Solomun, Marco Carola and Claptone.

Tickets are already on sale at the official Pacha Ibiza website.

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