GUETTA & FMIF ARE BACK!

Its name speaks for itself… Sexy, seductive, captivating, provocative French party F*** ME I’M FAMOUS came home more than 16 years ago to stay.  Since his first visit in Ibiza in 1996, David Guetta is spreading a French touch* on the island introducing DJ's such as Daft Punk, Motorbass, Laurent Garnier or Cassius. Few parties at Amnesia Ibiza with Ohlala! to finally choose The Two Cherries place to host the international clubbing elite and VIPs: Movie stars, world leading designers including Jean Paul Gaultier, Dolce & Gabbana or DSquared, top models, rockstars and jet setters.    

Pacha is an indivisible part of FMIF and vice versa so Thursdays in Ibiza mean the return of David Guetta and FMIF! Just a few parties in Ibiza offer an experience that goes beyond the music, the DJs and the decor. At F*** ME appart from dancing all night long, you feel part of the whole performance, enjoying five different shows every week under French superstar and his guests’ beats.

It’s an honour to continue making history close to this highly respected DJ: David successes go from 50 million album sales, over 10 billion plays, two Grammys and being the first DJ on the cover of Billboard line ups, to an incredible list of collaborations with Madonna, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Avicii, Afrojack or Nicky Romero. And the list goes on and on…

We all have danced to at least one of his many hit singles once in our lives (Just a Little more love – 2002 or The World is mine – 2004), and this is the main reason why Pacha is so proud to keep this gathering alive: Fans travelling from all over the world to check out Guetta’s most outstanding party!             

- Every Thursday from May 31st to October 4th - 


* French Touch/House:  It was a term commonly used in the music industry worldwide referring to those French DJs and producers who put on their style into dance music in the early 90’s and created a unique sound. A mix of Chicago house and techno from that period with soul, jazz and disco loops by Ludovic Navarre aka St. Germain with his album Boulevard (1995) or the electronic sounds’ fusion with rock, punk and funk thanks to the duo Daft Punk, who released their first album Homework in 1997, to name just a few.