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Ibiza Rocks Headliners Revealed

Apr 23 2013 12:00AM

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LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 04/23/13 -- Ibiza always promises partygoers and clubbers a good time, but this is never more the case than on one of the four 'Ibiza Rocks' festival weekends, which are spread across the summer. Ibiza 2013 is no exception, with some stellar headliners set to be taking to the main stage this year.

Fun-loving Brits can sing along to the likes of musical heavyweights Tinie Tempah and Chase and Status in the sunshine, before dancing the night away under the Balearic stars to newcomers Bastille and long-time greats Franz Ferdinand.

The opening party on 5 June will be headed up by one of the most exciting singer-songwriters on the planet at the moment, Brit rocker Jake Bugg - who has shot to superstardom over the last year.

The young and beautiful can party away the summer before the closing party ends the season with what is set to be an unmissable set from FOALS. Having sold out the Albert Hall in less than 15 minutes, this summer's hottest ticket is literally gold dust - so clever clubbers should book now to avoid disappointment. Clubbing Holidays do not come better than this!

As for where to stay, there really is no better option than San Antonio, which is right at the heart of the action. Whether you choose to stay at the branded Ibiza Rocks accommodation or opt for a more chilled out alternative, the party island's top night spots will never be far away.

The most famous of these is probably Pacha, which was created in Ibiza in 1973 and has managed to grow from a little finca, to become the most dominant clubbing brand in the world. With light shows and acrobatic displays as standard, it promises an unforgettable night out.

However, all this partying does come at a cost, so it is a good idea to keep an eye on the budget in other areas. Try making lunch your main meal of the day, opting for the bargain Spanish menu 'del dia' - which is sure to keep you filled up all night. Shop at the supermarkets off the main strip to pick up a few bargains, and never opt for illegal taxi cabs - you can be hit with a huge fare at the end. The Disco Bus is a fun and affordable way to get around at night - note that some clubs and parties refund the cost of your fare also. These few tips can make the difference and allow you a bigger budget to spend on what is sure to be an unforgettable clubbing escape!



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