Did you know that BCM Planet Dance is the most renowned nightclub in Magaluf? This nightclub is the largest in the whole of Mallorca, classed as the fifth best place to party in the world by DJ Mag – even rivalling Ibiza’s legendary spots. The venue houses up to 4,000 clubbers, boasting three different floors to choose from. In the main room, you’ll get a 3D laser show, podium dancers, and an ice-cold water cannon – because it can get really hot in there, you know. And the best part? You’ll have access to a free bar upon entry. The list of DJs are equally as impressive, too. Previous years have played host to acts like Calvin Harris, Avicii and Rudimental, to name a few. Make sure you don’t miss out on the foam, paint, and water parties, either. You’ll get to sample it all for yourself as of Friday 28th April 2017.
Here’s where you can find out more about the opening parties at BCM Planet Dance.
If it’s your first time to Magaluf, the adults-only party, Pirates Reloaded, is one you must tick off. You’ll find the action-packed bash at the Pirates Theatre, around five minutes’ walk from Magaluf Beach. Inside the venue, a 12-metre tall pirate ship takes centre stage, and you’ll be greeted with a bottle of Champagne if you opt for a VIP ticket. Since the building opened its doors in 1985, over three million partygoers have taken to the dancefloor, so you can expect a night to remember. In terms of the music, Pirates Reloaded pairs electronic dance tunes from the last decade with impressive acrobatic and gymnastic performances. In fact, this party is so popular it has received over 1,700 “excellent” reviews on TripAdvisor. The first party kicks off on Friday 28th April 2017 and runs until Friday 29th September 2017.
Here’s where you can find out more about the opening parties at Pirates Theatre.
Fancy going to the world-famous Full Moon Party? The good news is you can, and there’s no need to catch a long-haul flight to Thailand, either. The most colourful party on the planet is returning to Oceans Beach Club in Magaluf for the third year running, with the first party taking place on Sunday 14th May 2017. This place is Magaluf’s longest running daytime venue, so its clubbing credentials are as good as it gets. You’ll find it nestled in the middle of Magaluf Beach’s powder-white sands. Inside, there’s a huge dancefloor, swanky VIP areas, and those all-important two-litre cocktail buckets. On top of excellent DJ sets, you can also look forward to a free bar for six hours, fire shows, stilt walkers, go-go dancers and 10,000 gallons of neon paint...
Here’s where you can find out more about the opening parties at Oceans Beach Club.
You’ll find Boomerang right in the heart of Punta Ballena. This place has a whopping 15 years clubbing experience up its sleeve, so it’s one of the most packed and popular places to party in Magaluf. Music-wise, it’s a mixture of house, dance, R&B, and hip hop, so there’s something to suit everyone. Previous acts who have been performed at the venue include grime superstars such as Skepta, Lethal Bizzle and Krept & Konan. This is also a great place for celeb-spotting. In previous years, TV stars like Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan have been known to sip cocktails here. The venue is just as stylish as its celebrity guests, too. Expect a minimalistic feel throughout with finishing touches like purple-hued lighting, and there’s a huge dance floor.
Here’s where you can find out more about the opening parties at Boomerang.
If you’re after classic clubbing music in Magaluf, look no further than Bananas. The popular venue is the ideal place to dance to vintage tunes with a previous roster of DJs including Cascada, Darren Styles and Basshunter. Bananas first opened its doors to Magaluf’s crowds in 1980, and has since remained one of the busiest venues on the strip. Inside, a gigantic dance floor takes centre stage, and a long bar lines each of the walls, so you won’t have to worry about running out of cocktails. Plus, did we mention there’s a Burger King just outside?
Here’s where you can find out more about the opening parties at Bananas.
Tokio Joes really packs a punch when it comes to small-but-mighty nightclubs. It’s been sitting on Magaluf’s main strip for 20 years, and isn’t hard to recognise – the entrance is flanked by tonnes of red and white balloons. Nights out here are all about urban music, so you can expect non-stop R&B and hip hop tunes spinning from the DJ’s decks. Inside, you will see a trendy dance floor, four huge bars and podium dancers.
Here’s where you can find out more about the opening parties at Tokio Joes.
The Carwash Nightclub is exactly how it sounds. You can expect lots of foam, bubbles and water – so it’s not for the fainthearted. It’s probably best to avoid wearing your best clothing, too, as it can get pretty messy. If you’re worried though, you can hire boiler suits and goggles for the evening. In terms of the music, 80s and 90s pop music is on rotation. Plus, there are themed nights, school-themed discos, neon paint parties and much more.
Here’s where you can find out more about the opening parties at Car Wash Nightclub.
You’ll be two minutes’ walk from the main clubbing strip when you stay at the Globales Honolulu.
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The Melia South Beach has a white-sand beach and Magaluf’s best bars and clubs all within easy reach.
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