Debuting for the first time at Pacha, was the club brand Melon Bomb, who aimed to give you an intimate clubbing experience at one of Ibiza’s hottest clubs around. DJs included Scott Gray, Corbi, Ben Santiago, Graham Sahara, and special guest Lovely Laura.
Breathing a fresh wind into the Ibiza clubbing landscape Melon Bomb has evolved into one of the most consistent ‘must-attend’ events in an incredibly short amount of time. The music selection comfortably balances along a tightrope of funk-fuelled, soul-filled disco and house with a robust flavouring of classics courtesy of some of the islands’ most notorious selectors, only further pushes the barometer of entertainment higher with each event they appear.
Filled with familiar faces, Melon Bomb has become a firm favourite for those that are in the know, ardent clubbers and residents alike. With a slew of successful summer parties across Ibiza, multiple award nomination and accolades under their collective belts and a regular Pioneer DJ Radio placement, you would be hard pushed to have not heard nor experienced the power of a Melon Bomb event. Showcasing across the white isle has seen the Melon Bomb crew appear regularly everywhere from Ibiza Rocks House at Pikes, Jockey Club at Salinas Beach, Ushuaia opening and even Space for its final year with Sundays at Space. As well as, Defected’s disco jewel Glitterbox, recently joining their Ministry of Sound UK show alongside Dimitri From Paris and Joey Negro.
Now they are ready to hit Ibiza’s Pacha club for the third time this year, on 18 May 2017. This is a joint event with Horse Meat Disco, Future Disco, and Graham Sahara. Previously, Melon Bomb was at Pacha on 1 April 2017 and on 29 April 2017. They also had a beach party on Tanit Beach on 14 April, and recently had an opening party at Pikes, Ibiza.
Electric Mode does not want you to miss out on a Melon Bomb experience, so make sure you attend one of these events. We’re sure there will be plenty Melon Bomb parties not to be missed.