The Battle of the Romans and Carthaginians, 1 September
The Battle of the Romans and Carthaginians kicks off on Saturday 1 September and commemorates the islands rich history and culture. The residents of San Antonio dress up as the Carthaginians while Sant Augusti dress as Romans to re-enact a battle from the Punic wars. The scene culminates in a tomato fight between the two groups, which is then followed by an evening of live music, pop up bars, barbeques and carnival rides to keep the little ones entertained. Much is prepared before the evening of the tomato throwing, but otherwise, the community can join in the festivities from around 18:00 on Saturday evening.
Landing on the 5 September, the Ibiza Jazz Festival graces the island for five days, bringing with it wonderful music performances from acclaimed, international jazz artists. This year the festival will be celebrating its 30th edition, marking its milestone with a series of performances from artists such as María Toro, Pablo Martín Caminero and composers Eli Degibri and Sílvia Pérez Cruz. The first concert takes place at Plaza Sotavila, and the following days in the beautiful setting of bastion of Santa Lucia in the Dalt Vila, and the special series of events culminates with a closing show at the Reina Sofía park.
Beer-lovers on the island should mark their diaries for the 14 September, during which time the Ibiza Beer Festival comes to the Ibiza Town for two days. The family-friendly event features live music, kids activities, food stalls, not to mention more than 150 brands of beer from all over the world. Sample the likes of ales, pilsners, lagers and ciders on tap while indulging in some authentic local cuisine. A great day out for family and friends.
Make a booking at the Hard Rock hotel to experience a night In Heaven; an incredible multi-sensory culinary experience at the venues Ninth floor restaurant. Dress up to the ‘nines’ and enjoy a carefully curated menu while enjoying glamourous performances carefully designed to partner with each gastronomical course, ranging from flamenco dancers, to pole and break dancing. Your taste buds will not be disappointed with plates such as speciality dish Wagyu, which arrives smoked and accompanied by braised vegetables. Not to be overlooked, the cocktails are particularly exquisite and can be savored whilst enjoying the beautifully lit views of Playa D’en Bossa.
Having been voted ‘Best Club of the Last 25 years’ Cream is one of the longest running nights on the island, and will be celebrating its first closing party at new venue Hi Ibiza on the 23 September. The new chapter for the respected brand was well received, with the state-of-the-art interior of Hi lending itself well to Cream’s acclaimed top quality productions. Expect more of the top quality sounds and light shows from the brand for its closing bonanza, which will be headlined by Robin Schulz along with Kings, Jax Jones, Kungs and B Jones.