The Chemical Brothers will close Amnesia Ibiza for 2022


The Chemical Brothers set to close Amnesia Ibiza 2022

The Chemical Brothers have been announced to headline the closing night of this season’s Amnesia Ibiza closing party which will take place in October. The set will mark the duo’s only DJ appearance on the island this year and follows the recently released 25th anniversary edition of their landmark album, Dig your own hole.

The set announcement comes just weeks after the Chemical Brothers were forced to cancel their highly anticipated return to Glastonbury after an outbreak of Covid-19 among the band and their touring crew. While this new announcement won’t entirely make up for the missed date of the festival, it will mark a massive experience for those able to attend. The event was announced via Instagram groups and part of the caption included: “Tom and Ed will be spinning a range of sonic classics – both old and new.” While The Chemical Brothers playing a rare DJ set will clearly be the highlight of the evening, Amnesia Ibiza have just begun announcing full plans for their farewell party.

While tickets are already on sale, few other details have been released so far regarding the closing party which will take place on October 15 this year. According to the website, the festivities will begin at 6:00 p.m. and continue into the night. Here is the exact statement from the event page:

No. It’s not just another closing party. The Amnesia Closing Festival will take place on October 15 from 6pm with a marathon event featuring some of the scene’s biggest electronic artists and an exclusive Ibiza DJ set by The Chemical Brothers.

With this kind of build-up and anticipation, this will undoubtedly be one of the can’t-miss events not just of the Ibiza season, but possibly of the entire year. Regardless of when other details and acts are announced, The Chemical Brothers’ excitement is reason enough to grab tickets ASAP. All information and ticket purchases can be made on the Amnesia Ibiza event page here.

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