Eivissa Jazz Festival 2018
This year is the Ibiza Jazz Festival 30th edition
For a long week-end Ibiza becomes the jazz music temple
This musical event will take place from the 5th to the 9th of September in the historical center of Ibiza town,
its rhythms and melodies will resound in Dalt Vila during some magical nights.
Balearic Jazz will open the festival
The festival will open on Wednesday 5th of September in Plaça Sotavila.
At 22:00 the free concert of Pere Arguimbau, a guitarist from Menorca, who studied in the famous Taller de Músics in Barcelona.
A week-end of great artists
The peak of the festival will be on Saturday 8th of September in the Baluarte de Santa Llúcia.
This large bastion of the fortified city wall will be the scenery for the sextet of the bass player Anders Fjeldsted performance: the band has won the first prize of the group contest in the Getxo International Jazz Festival 42nd edition the last 8th of July.
The international star of the festival
Saturday night will follow, always in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Dalt Vila, with the quartet of the sought-after saxophone player Eli Degibri, a talented musician and composer from Israel.
A goodbye in style
The initiative closes on the 9th of September in the Reina Sofia Park of Ibiza with the show “Vestida de nit” by Silvia Pérez Cruz, at 21:30.
Tickets available on the Council of Ibiza website , for 25€ per person.
¿How should I book?
Don’t doubt to ask our Guest Relations Team the full activities program in Ibiza, we will be delighted to book your Jazz night on the island.
…Music goes on…
If you want to go out in Ibiza and you want to enjoy a great musical atmosphere, we remind you that in the Eden Lounge every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the summer there is live music at the sunset.
¿What to do in Ibiza in September?
Gisela and Cassandre of our 2018 Guest Relations Department are at your disposal to book any kind of event, restaurant or activity ❤
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A special thanks to Ziv Damary and to the Esound Music & Arts Team for the information and support provided.