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New Trance residency at Privilege Ibiza locks in Paul van Dyk, Aly & Fila and more

Trance in Ibiza is still going strong.

SHINE Ibiza is the new Trance hub on the Balearic island taking over Monday nights at Vista, the club within the legendary Privilege venue, and they’ve locked in Paul van Dyk and Aly & Fila as their 2018 residents.

Keeping Trance alive in Ibiza, the exciting new SHINE residency is sure to wow the global Trance crowd and have them reeling for more, with a lineup of major league of DJs set to take party-goers on a mind-blowing journey each week.

The opening party will feature Paul van Dyk as headliner with special guests Will Atkinson, Ben Nicky and Alex Ryan set to usher in the annual summer revelry on July 9. The residency runs through September 17 for a total of 11 club shows, and will include performances by Aly & FilaBryan Kearney, The Thrillseekers, Neelix, Menno de Jong, Cosmic Gate, Simon Patterson, Grum, Jordan Suckley and many more.

“What SHINE offers, is a world of opportunities – a hub to an international community and a place where we belong no matter where we’re from. The trance family is a global collective of positive, caring and fun-loving people.” Paul van Dyk said in a press release. “I look forward, with the greatest anticipation to seeing you at SHINE!”

 

Considered one of the biggest uplifting acts in today’s scene, Aly & Fila will bring their inimitable sound to the new residency from July 23.

“We are very much looking forward to being part of SHINE Ibiza this summer. It is great to see this dedicated Trance event on the White Isle. See you several times over the summer!” Aly & Fila are quoted in a press release.

See the full 2018 lineup below.

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Written by Miguel Ramirez

My name is Miguel, and i'm a trance addict.

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