Locals and regular visitors to Ibiza will be happy to hear that the famous Grand Bambuddha restaurant is set to re-open on the 11th April. Grand Bambuddha is one of the most popular restaurants in Ibiza, boasting an incredible setting, excellent customer service and fantastic array of cocktails. Be sure to make your reservations now since it’s sure to be fully booked on the night of the re-opening.
This month also sees the Patron Saint’s Day of Saint Jordi, on the 23rd. The village of Sant Jordi de ses Salines will be host to a full day of activities, including midday mass at the church, followed by a procession. In the evening they’ll be live music followed by the Correfocs, a traditional Catalan ceremony that has to be seen to be believed. The evening will end with a live performance of traditional Catalan and Cuban music.
Music fans will certainly be interested in the vinyl fair that takes place in Sluiz on the 26th April. It’s the third fair to be held in as many years and it has proved a huge hit in the past. It takes place from midday until 8pm and best of all there’s free entry. Food and drinks will also be available so it’s the perfect way to spend the afternoon for music lovers.
Also taking place on the 26th is a Solomun Plus One party that’s free for residents. It will take place at Pacha and will see Solomun joined in the booth by H.O.S.H. Pacha was host to many free parties last summer to introduce residents to the island and they want to continue this trend into the winter. Fans of house music do not want to miss this so be sure to get down early.
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