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Ibiza Rocks returns to the Balearics this summer to celebrate its tenth anniversary in 2015. This special year boasts a special line-up, featuring The Libertines, Catfish And The Bottlemen, Fatboy Slim, Courteeners and more.
An exclusive Ibiza Rocks tenth birthday show will be headlined by The Libertines, while band of the moment Catfish And The Bottlemen will headline in July and festival giants Courteeners take centre stage at the Closing Party in September.
Other acts confirmed for the 14 week series of summer shows on the island include 2014 Mercury Prize nominees Jungle and DJ and Producer legend Fatboy Slim.
Full details, plus info on tickets and the Ibiza Rocks hotel packages are available at www.ibizarocks.com.
To celebrate this summer of great shows, Radio X is offering the chance for you to fly over to Ibiza Rocks and see The Libertines play the tenth birthday party on Wednesday 22 July. You and a friend will have VIP tickets, flights and a stay at the legendary Ibiza Rocks hotel.
With the band currently recording their first album since 2004, Libs man Carl Barat says: "Ibiza Rocks is one of the greatest gigs there is. The strange and debauched energy of the place never fails to provide the perfect backdrop for bacchanalian reverie of the highest order."
Flights are courtesy of Monarch Airlines, the UK’s longest established, privately owned scheduled leisure airline. Operating for 47 years, Monarch flies to over 40 sun, ski and city destinations from 5 UK bases – London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds Bradford and London Luton. Visit www.monarch.co.uk to view the full range of destinations Monarch offers
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