IMS Ibiza announces new locations for 2023 summit

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Ibiza’s International Music Summit (IMS) has revealed two new locations for its 15th edition.

For the first time, the summit will run between the newly opened hotels: Mondrian Ibiza and Hyde Ibiza.

Located in Cala Llonga, both hotels include bars, restaurants, a pool area and are situated only a small walk away from the beach.

The hotels are also a 10-minute drive or 15-minute ferry away from Ibiza Town.

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The three-day-long summit is set to “unite innovators, creators, visionaries, and disruptors from across the global electronic music ecosystem” with its 2024 edition theme being Rebuilding Our Community: How To Bring Back Peace, Love, Unity & Respect.

Co-hosted by broadcasters and DJs Pete Tong and Jaguar, the summit will cover a host of different conversation topics within the electronic music community.

On top of this, IMS Ibiza delegates will also be able to experience a range of events including the IMS Dalt Vila closing celebration.

IMS co-founder and lead curator Ben Turner states: “IMS continues with our third and most important edition since the pandemic, but also our 15th event in Ibiza. Now that the industry has (mostly) enjoyed its bounce-back, this is the real test of stability as consumer habits settle down. It is also a moment where global events have impacted the unity of our scene, presenting many with challenging decisions to make.

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He continues: “IMS also moves to a new property in Cala Llonga, a stunning part of our magical island that is now home to the new Mondrian Ibiza and Hyde Ibiza hotels, and now IMS. We can’t wait to host everybody again and continue to help set and drive the conversation.”

In previous years IMS has taken place at Destino Pacha Resort and last year speakers included SHERELLE, Fabio & Grooverider, Elijah, Fat Tony, TOKiMONSTA, LP Giobbi and Warner Music’s CEO Max Lousada.

Get tickets to IMS’ 15th edition here.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag’s Multimedia Editor, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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