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Ushuaïa Ibiza presents ANTS “Hack The System” new concept for 2018




ANTS "hack The System"
ANTS "hack The System"new concept poster. 2018 - Credits : ANTS

Ushuaïa Ibiza just announced ANTS “Hack The System” new party concept every Saturday from 19th May 2018 to 29th September 2018.

After been gearing up for their return to Ibiza’s most frequented club while building a huge network of supporters from across the globe, ANTS are locked in for their sixth season at the open-air club, the colony will host the highly-anticipated Ushuaïa Ibiza Opening Party, and are all set to “Hack The System” every Saturday from 19th May to 29th September.

Most recently, the colony championed shows in New York, Dubai, London and Hong Kong, plus festival appearances at TomorrowlandExtrema Outdoor, Off Week Barcelona, South West Four and We Are FSTVL.

Spreading an authentic underground through the Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel, eager party-goers will celebrate the colony’s homecoming in the true ANTS style with the sweet sound of house and techno with ANTS “Hack The System” bringing with them a collection of the dance world’s most admired acts, upping their game once more with the full season line up soon to be unveiled.

With the party’s true home at Ushuaïa Ibiza, the worshiped ANTS shows have helped shape the worldwide reputation of Ibiza’s best open-air club. With resident buddies, David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Kygo,  Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike all performing their own weekly show, Ushuaïa Ibiza is in check for another unforgettable summer, welcoming crowds from all of the globe.

Alexandre Trochut is the founder & CEO of Soundlr. Former COO of Radio FG USA, he has also founded Time To Care™, a non-profit initiative launched to raise public awareness of major issues related to mental and behavioral disorders resulting from pressure, anxiety or stress experienced by electronic music artists.

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