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Win Pioneer DJ Equipment with Ibiza International Music Summit 2010

May 20th, 2010

Ibiza International Music SummitThis years Ibiza International Music Summit has got together with Pioneer DJ to give away a top spec DJ set-up:

2 X CDJ-900 CD DECKS

1 X DJM-800 MIXER

1 X HDJ-2000 HEADPHONES

The competition opens Thursday May 20th and closes Friday June 18th. To enter, go to the International Music Summit MySpace profile and fill in the competition entry form.

www.myspace.com/internationalmusicsummit

Some photos from yesterdays IMS and Ibiza Music Cluster press conference at Cafe Del Mar

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Win VIP tickets to International Music Summit, Ibiza Grand Finale Gig

May 7th, 2010

*1ST Prize = 2 VIP Tickets + Flights & Accommodation

5 Runners up tickets to be won…

Ibiza International Music Summit announce the chance to win flights, shared accommodation and VIP tickets for 2 to the Ibiza International Music Summit Grand Finale held at the magnificent Dalt Vila UNESCO world heritage site.

The Grand Finale takes place on Friday May 28th and features DJ sets from Skream, Pete Tong, Mark Ronson & Sasha, plus Live performances by David E Sugar and Buraka Som Sistema. It promises to be a night of astounding, eclectic electronic music in one of the most awe-inspiring locations possible.

As well as the main prize, there is also the chance for 5 runners up to win tickets to the event. To enter the competition, visit the International Music Summit MySpace page and enter your details in the competition entry form:

International Music Summit Myspace Competition

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International Music Summit, Ibiza 2010 – Panel lineups revealed

April 23rd, 2010

imsThe International Music Summit here in Ibiza have revealed the panel lineups for this years event at the end of May. Panels that immediately stick out are:

Weds: the Augmented Reality presentation by Nick Heller from Google and the Our Community Is Our Brand as Callum Negus Fancey is on it and he created the stir last year when he famously quoted that “his audience doesn’t know or care who Paul Oakenfold is”.

Thurday: This is an obvious one for anyone who was at the inaugural IMS in 2008 – the clubs panel with representatives from Amnesia, Eden, Es Paradis, Pacha, Privilege and Space – (no El Divino again?)

Wednesday 26th May

12.00-12.05 IMS:10 Opening Welcome by the Consell Insular d’Eivissa.

12.05-12.10 IMS:10 Introduction & Announcements by IMS Partners:
 Ben Turner, Danny Whittle, Mark Netto, Pete Tong, Simeon Friend.

12.10-12.30 Keynote Introduction. To be revealed…

12:30-12:45 Electronic Music: A Business Report Commission by IMS, presented by Kevin Watson, Market Researcher, UK.

ims12.45-13.00 Press Conference. IMS presents. To be revealed

13.00-13.20 Meet The Future ­ A Presentation.
Tron: The Soundtrack created by Daft Punk. Interview with Jason  Bentley, Music Supervisor, USA.

13.30-14.30 Panel. Big Dog DJs: F*** You We¹re Famous.
                  Moderator: Ralph Moore, Editor At Large, Mixmag, UK.
                  1. David Guetta, Artist, F*** Me I¹m Famous, France.
                  2. Erick Morillo, Artist, Subliminal, USA.
                  3. Pete Tong, Artist, IMS / BBC Radio 1, UK.

14.30-15.30 Networking Lunch. Music by Phil Mison.

15.30-16.15 The IMS Anthem 2010 in conjunction with Burn and Dance4Life.
Created by Cassius (Philippe Cerboneschi aka Philippe Zdar and  Hubert Blanc-Francard aka Boom Bass).

16.25-17.00 Meet The Future ­ A Presentation.
 Augmented Reality and Future Mobile. Presented by Nick Heller, New Business Development, Google, Switzerland.

17.10-18.10 Panel. Our Community Is Our Brand.
                  Moderator: Mark Quail, Attorney, USA.
                  1. Atan Burrows, Co-Founder, M-Flow, UK.
                  2. Callum Negus Fancey, Promoter, Let¹s Go Crazy, UK.
                  3. David Mitchell, Poker PR: Digital Media Agency, UK.
                  4. Jonas Tempel, Retailer, Beatport, USA.
                  5. Konrad Von Loehneysen, Label & Radio Owner, Ministry of
                  Sound DE / Motor FM, Germany.

ims18.20-18.30 Meet The Future ­ A Presentation.
                  Studio Audio Electronics by Gavin Attard, UK.

18.40-19.30 Technology & Music Performance.
                  Moderator: Tom Middleton, Artist, UK.
                  1. Sasha, UK.
                  Joined by…
                  2. Jason Pook, Pioneer, UK.
                  3. Florian Plenge, Native Instruments, Germany.
                  4. Ola Sars, Tonium / Pacemaker, Let¹s Mix, Sweden.

19.30-21.00 Drinks Reception at the Pioneer Networking Bar, Ibiza Gran Hotel.

21.00-21.30 M Flow Cocktail Reception poolside at the Ibiza Gran Hotel.
                  Music by Tom Middleton.

23.00-03.00 IMS:10 – IMS Label Showcase at Grial, Ibiza Town.
                  To be revealed ….


Thursday 27th May

11.00-11.10 Meet The Future ­ A Presentation.
                  Music DNA: MP3 Evolved by Dagfinn Bach, Bach Technology, Norway.

11.20-11.50 Press Conference hosted by Burn.
                  presented by Bobby Simms, Exploding Plastic, UK.

11.50-12.20 Keynote Address: Frank Mertens, Head of Brands, Sprite / Minute Maid / Coca-Cola Group, USA

ims12.30-13.30 Panel. Ibiza United 2010.
Moderator: Juan Suarez, Diario de Ibiza, Ibiza.
                  1. Amnesia, Ibiza.
                  2. Eden, Ibiza.
                  3. Es Paradis, Ibiza.
                  4. Pacha, Ibiza.
                  5. Privilege, Ibiza.
                  6. Space, Ibiza.

13.45-14.30 The IMS Anthem 2010 in conjunction with Burn and Dance4Life.
Remixed by Arthur Baker and Robin Millar

14.30-15.30 Networking Lunch. Music by Jose Padilla, Ibiza.

15.30-15.40 Meet The Future ­ A Presentation.
New approaches to synchronisation by Alex Lavery, Simon Rose,  Pitch & Sync, UK.

15.50-16.40 Panel. Meet the Future ­ The Artists.
                  Moderator: Nick Decosemo, Mixmag, UK.
                  1. Annie Mac, Artist, BBC Radio 1, UK.
                  2. Arthur Velasquez, Artist Manager, Germany.
                  3. Jesse Rose, Artist, Made To Play, Germany.
                  4. Heidi, Artist, BBC Radio 1, Canada.
                  5. Pedro Winter aka Busy P, Ed Banger Records, France.
                  6. Skream. Artist, UK.

16.50-17.00 The IMS Vote. Help Shape the Future of Electronic Music.
                   Hosted by Pete Tong, IMS / BBC Radio 1, UK.

ims17.00-17.45 Meet The Audience! Delegates Debate.
Hosted by Ted Cohen, Tag Strategic, USA.

17.50-18.05 Global Retail Trends in Electronic Music by Jonas Temple and Matthew Adell, Beatport, USA.

18.10-18.50 Presidential Debate. Residential Advisor presents:
How to Conquer Ibiza and Remain Credible.
                  Moderator: Todd Burns, Resident Advisor, Germany.
                  1. Andrea Pelino, Promoter, Circo Loco / DC10, Italy.
                  2. Steve Lawler, Artist, Viva Music, UK.

19.00-20.00 Ibiza Music Island by Consell Insular d’Eivissa.
                  Speaker: Paco Medina, Ibiza Music Cluster

20.00-21.00 Drinks Reception at the Pioneer Networking Bar, Ibiza Gran Hotel.

21.00-00.00 Pioneer Charity Dinner, Ibiza Gran Hotel.
                  Featuring the Get Tested Charity Auction and the Pioneer Award for                   Outstanding Dedication to Dance Music.

23.00-03.00 IMS:10 – IMS Label Showcase at Grial, Ibiza Town.
                  To be revealed ….


Friday 28th May

09.30-11.00 Networking Breakfast.

11.00-11.50 Panel. Taking Dance Music to the Arena.
                  Moderator: Ben Turner, IMS / Graphite, UK.
                  1. Dean Wilson, Manager, Three Six Zero Group, UK.
                  2. Jessica Koravacs, Managing Director, AEG Live, UK.
                  3. Jim King, Promoter, Loud Sound / AEG Live, UK.
                  4. Kurosh Nasseri, Nasseri Music Business Solutions, USA.
                  5. Mark Beavan, Manager, Advanced Alternative Media, USA.
                  6. Stephen Kempner, Lawyer, Sheridans, UK.

ims12.00-12.15 Meet The Future ­ A Presentation.
Electronic Beats by Claudia Jonas, Deutsche Telekom, Germany.

12.25-13.15 Presidential Debate:
David vs. Goliath: Agent Billing Wars.
 Moderator: Kurosh Nasseri, Nasseri Music Business Solutions,  USA.
                  1. To be revealed….
                  2. To be revealed….

13.30-14.30 Panel. USA Today: Boom Boom Now.
                  Moderator: Jason Bentley, KCRW, USA.
                  1. Arthur Baker, Artist, UK.
                  2. Caroline Prothero, Artist Manager, Prohibition, UK.
                  3. Eddie Dean, Promoter, Pacha New York, USA.
                  4. Tommie Sunshine, Artist, USA.
                  5. Patrick Moxey, Label Owner, Ultra Records, USA.
                  6. Sam Kirby, Agent, William Morris Endeavour, USA.
                  7. Travis Hayden, A&R, Atlantic Records, USA.

ims14.30-15.30 Networking Lunch. Music by Michaelangelo L’Acqua, W Hotels. TBC.

15.30-16.30 Synchronisation and Visualisation.
Keynote Interbiew: Alexandra Patsavas, Music Supervisor, Chop Shop, USA.
Interviewed by Jason Bentley, Music Supervisor, USA.

16.40-17.40 Keynote Interview: ­ Mark Ronson, USA.
Interviewed by Ben Turner, IMS / Graphite, UK.

17.40-17.45 Closing Speeches by IMS Partners.
Ben Turner, Danny Whittle, Mark Netto, Pete Tong, Simeon Friend.

18.30-00.00 IMS Grand Finale Festival in association with Pioneer. Drinks courtesy  of Sol and BurnDalt Vila, Ibiza Town. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
DJs: Pete Tong, Skream. Live: Buraka Som Sistema, David E Sugar

00.00-07.00 Pure Pacha Opening Party, Pacha, Ibiza Town..
                  Club 75 featuring Justice, Cassius, Busy P, DJ Mehdi


Saturday 29th May

13.00-18.00 IMS Wind Down ­ Networking Finale in association with Pioneer.
                  Drinks courtesy of Sol.
                  Blue Marlin, Cala Jondal

12.00-00.00 Ushuaia Grand Opening
                  Luciano / Cadenza at Ushuaia, Playa d¹en Bossa.

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Buraka Som Sistema to play International Music Summit, Ibiza

April 15th, 2010

Buraka Som SistemaIMS have announced this morning that Portugal’s Buraka Som Sistema will play the grand finale event at D’alt Vila in Ibiza Town.

Alongside them will be Mark Ronson, Sasha, Pete Tong, Skream and David E Sugar.

Buraka Som Sistema had their “Essential Mix” aired on Radio 1 over the weekend – The Portuguese blog Enchufada have kindly linked to the mp3 of their session here.

LOCATION: Dalt Vila, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ibiza
DATE: Friday 28th May 2010
EVENT TITLE: IMS GRAND FINALE FESTIVAL
TIMES: 18:30 – Midnight
PRICES: €22.50 (IMS delegates have free entry)
CAPACITY: 2,500 people

Last years International Music Summit finale gig in D’alt Vila with Basement jaxx, Pete Tong and Filthy Dukes:

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International Music Summit 2010, Ibiza more announcements due

April 14th, 2010

More International Music Summit 2010, Ibiza announcements are due very very shortly so we thought it was time for a reminder of last years brilliant finale gig at D’alt Vila in Ibiza Town with Filthy Dukes, Pete Tong and Basement Jaxx:

basement jaxx, ibiza, ims


Video by our good friend Kevin Palmer at KuschtyRyeProductions

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International Music Summit 2010, Ibiza Announce Second Round Line-Up

March 10th, 2010

Having only recently announced the first wave of details for the 2010 International Music Summit (IMS) in Ibiza, we’re now delighted to unveil further information on what you can expect at this year’s conference. Spread across 3-days in late May (26th, 27th, 28th), IMS has developed into the leading event for those working in electronic music, setting the agenda for the future of the industry.

Created by a team including BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong, IMS is setup by professionals for professionals and is centered around networking and presenting the latest developments. With influential guest speakers from The Coca-Cola Group, Ministry of Sound, Resident Advisor, BBC Radio 1 and a keynote interview with Mark Ronson already announced, we can now reveal an exact list of confirmed guest speakers.

Latest confirmed speakers:

Sasha, Artist, UK.
Heidi, Artist / BBC Radio 1, Canada.
Cassius, Artist, France.
Jesse Rose, Artist, Germany/UK
Nick Heller, Google, Switzerland.
Claudia Jones, T-Mobile / Electronic Beats, Germany.
Denzyl Feigelson, Artists Without a Label, UK.
Ola Sars, Tonium / Pacemaker / Let’s Mix.
Florian Plenge, Native Instruments, Germany.
Jason Pook, Pioneer, UK.
Travis Hayden, A&R, Atlantic Records, USA.
Mark Beaven, Advanced Alternative Media, USA.
Sam Kirby, William Morris Endeavour, USA.
Arthur Velasquez, Cassius Records, Germany.
Todd Burns, Resident Advisor, Germany.
Stephen Kempner, Sheridans, UK.
Dagfinn Bach, Bach Technology, Norway.

IMS Speaker David Guetta states:
“I’ve heard nothing but amazing reports about the International Music Summit, and I’ve even brought our own Fuck Me I’m Famous launch party forward to co-incide with this great electronic music gathering. It’s been an incredible year for me, so it’s nice to come back to Ibiza where so much of this all began for me. I’m looking forward to debating what happens next to this incredible music culture we’ve all helped shape in the last 20 years.”

With the leading names across media and technology coupled with established artists and managers, IMS aim to generate the most rounded debates on electronic music with speakers from each corner of the industry. Other guests previously announced include the panels:

Big Dog DJs: F*** You We’re Famous
David Guetta, Artist, F*** Me I’m Famous, France.
Erick Morillo, Artist, Subliminal Records, USA.
Pete Tong, Artist/IMS founder, BBC Radio 1, UK.
And more TBC

Meet The Future
Annie Mac, Presenter/DJ, BBC Radio 1, UK.
Arthur Velasquez, Business partner for Cassius/Guy Gerber/Tiefschwarz, Germany
Jesse Rose, Artist, Made To Play, Germany/UK
Heidi, Artist, BBC Radio 1, Canada
Pedro Winter aka Busy P, Ed Banger Records, France.
Skream, Artist, UK.

USA Today: Boom Boom Now!
Arthur Baker, Artist, UK/USA.
Eddie Dean, Promoter, Pacha NYC, USA
Patrick Moxey, Ultra Records, USA.
Sam Kirby, Agent, William Morris Endeavor, USA.
Tommie Sunshine, Artist, USA.
Travis Hayden, A&R, Atlantic Records, USA.
Moderator – Jason Bentley, KCRW, USA.

Ibiza United
Bringing together the key players behind:
Amnesia
Eden
Es Paradis
Pacha
Privilege
Space
Moderator – Juan Suarez (one of the chiefs behind powerful local newspaper, Diario De Ibiza)

IMS will also hear from legendary producer Robin Millar, responsible for 44 number one hits, who will talk about why just one month after he retired from production duties, electronic music has re-inspired him, and see the return of 19-year old teen promoter Callum Negus Fancey from Let’s Go Crazy after stealing the show last year by stating “Who is Paul Oakenfold? My audience have never heard of him.” In addition, IMS has teamed up with leading consumer portal Resident Advisor, whose audience will select a topic and speakers for the Presidential Debate format which debuted in 2009 to great acclaim.

Ben Turner, a founder and partner in the IMS, states: “IMS was never about the artists, more the people behind the curtain who help guide the gifted. In 2010, we’ve been overwhelmed by approaches from artists to be involved in some way. It’s a great testament to our first two years. Watch out for more special names to follow…”

Following 2009’s successful experiment The IMS Vote will return, a session where the audience make decisions on the future of the genre. Indeed, last year, 69% of those present agreed that IMS had ‘made them question how their companies work’. In 2010, this is taken one step further then Ted Cohen from TAG Strategic will moderate a one-hour session where the delegates are the audience, and the agenda is not set. Cohen himself was so inspired by IMS:09 that he invited last year’s Key Note speaker Richie Hawtin to attend MidemNet after hearing his radical assessment of future music.

Finally reprising his 2009 role, electronic pioneer Tom Middleton will blog to the Beatport community what is being debated, who will in turn feedback and pose questions to the speakers.

Once again the IMS Grand Finale will take place at the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Dalt Vila on Friday May 28. Last year, Basement Jaxx headlined with Pete Tong, Rob da Bank and Filthy Dukes in support. IMS has been inundated with requests from artists to perform at this landmark event. The headline acts will be announced imminently. The event is free to attend for all delegates of the IMS, with some 2,000 tickets available to the public. Tickets are available now from www.internationalmusicsummit.com

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International Music Summit 2010 – first line-up

February 8th, 2010

Leading electronic artists and representatives of some of the world’s biggest brands are among those confirmed to speak at the third International Music Summit with superstar producer, DJ and artist Mark Ronson confirmed to appear in the headline keynote interview.

Ibiza Gran Hotel, May 26-28

  • Mark Ronson To Star In Keynote Interview
  • David Guetta, Luciano, Annie Mac, Erick Morillo, DJ Skream, Pedro Winter / Busy P, Arthur Baker, Robin Millar To Speak
  • Alexandra Patsavas appears at her first dance music event
  • Speakers from Sprite, Coca-Cola Group, Ministry of Sound, BBC Radio 1, KCRW, MP7, Beatport, Resident Advisor

imsCommandeering the entire five-star Ibiza Gran Hotel, IMS creates an intimate atmosphere where artists such as the 2010 Grammy Award winner David Guetta can meet with notable business leaders such as Frank Mertens, Global Director of Creative Development, Sprite / Coca-Cola Group, and Konrad Von Loeheysen, the owner of Ministry of Sound Germany / Motor FM. In her first dance music event appearance, the world-renowned music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas will feature in a one-on-one interview about her work and company Chop Shop. Patsavas is supervisor on TV shows The OC, Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice, Mad Men and Gossip Girl plus the Twilight film.

Guetta appears on a panel titled Big Dog DJs: F*** You We’re Famous, named after his legendary weekly party in Ibiza, alongside Erick Morillo from Subliminal Records, Luciano – the underground star and boss of label Cadenza Records. IMS founder and BBC Radio 1 DJ Pete Tong will moderate.

In Meet The Future, BBC Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac, who recently swapped shows with Tong to open the countdown to the weekend, will outline her vision for electronic music alongside the likes of Pedro Winter aka Busy P, former manager of Daft Punk and boss of Ed Banger Records. Joining them is DJ Skream, remixer of the moment.

imsIn another panel USA Today: Boom Boom Now!, IMS will hear from both those behind dance music’s recent explosion in the states, including Patrick Moxey from Ultra Records, Eddie Dean from Pacha New York and original American dance architect Arthur Baker, and also from dissenting voices like Tommie Sunshine who recently stated: “There is NO room for dance music in America. It will never happen. Not real dance music, anyway”. The panel will be moderated by KCRW music director and presenter Jason Bentley, who last year received the first IMS Pioneer Award.

In Ibiza United, IMS will bring together the key players behind Amnesia, Eden, Es Paradis, Pacha, Privilege and Space on one panel for just the second time ever. This panel will be moderated by Juan Suarez, one of the chiefs of the powerful local newspaper, Diario De Ibiza.

IMS will hear from legendary producer Robin Millar, responsible for 44 number one hits, who will talk about why just one month after he retired from production duties, electronic music has re-inspired him, and see the return of 19-year old teen promoter Callum Negus Fancey from Let’s Go Crazy after stealing the show last year by stating “Who is Paul Oakenfold? My audience have never heard of him.”

In addition, IMS has teamed up with leading consumer portal Resident Advisor, whose audience will select a topic and speakers for the Presidential Debate format which debuted in 2009 to great acclaim.

Said Pete Tong: “It is with great pride that we announce some of the incredible
talent already confirmed to be involved in our third International Music Summit in Ibiza. For 2010 we continue to push for the most vital and engaging debates on all the key topics of the day involving the biggest players from every field.

imsCommented Ben Turner, a founder and partner in the IMS, states: “IMS was never about the artists, more the people behind the curtain who help guide the gifted. In 2010, we’ve been overwhelmed by approaches from artists to be involved in some way. It’s a great testament to our first two years. Watch out for more special names to follow…

Following 2009’s successful experiment The IMS Vote will return, a session where the audience make decisions on the future of the genre. Indeed, last year, 69% of those present agreed that IMS had ‘made them question how their companies work’. In 2010, this is taken one step further then Ted Cohen from TAG Strategic will moderate a one-hour session where the delegates are the audience, and the agenda is not set. Cohen himself was so inspired by IMS:09 that he invited last year’s Key Note speaker Richie Hawtin to attend MidemNet after hearing his radical assessment of future music.

Finally reprising his 2009 role, electronic pioneer Tom Middleton will blog to the Beatport community what is being debated, who will in turn feedback and pose questions to the speakers.

Once again the IMS Grand Finale will take place at the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Dalt Vila on Friday May 28. Last year, Basement Jaxx headlined with Pete Tong, Rob da Bank and Filthy Dukes in support. IMS has been with requests from artists to perform at this landmark event. The headline acts will be announced imminently. The event is free to attend for all delegates of the IMS, with some 2,000 tickets available to the public. Tickets are available now from www.internationalmusicsummit.com

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International Music Summit 2010, Ibiza

December 16th, 2009

international music summit, ibizaLatest news:

Now in its third year the International Music Summit returns to Ibiza in 2010 bigger than ever from May 26th to May 28th. The event, bringing together leading executives and artists in the electronic music industry, has firmly established itself as an essential event in the calendar. As Juan Vandervoort from !K7 Records, Germany put it last year, “An industry known for producing innovative music finally has an innovative conference.”

Hosted by BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong, IMS 2010 will once again deliver an unrivalled agenda of business sessions with, unlike other electronic music summits, no two panels crossing over. In 2009, lively debates saw those attending challenged to embrace new technology and marketing strategies and engage with young people on their terms. A significant 69% of those present agreed that IMS had made them question how their companies work.

The first speakers, panelists and agenda debates will be announced on Mon Jan 18th, with a list of global recording artists and DJs already confirmed.

In previous years IMS has witnessed keynotes from pivotal industry figures such as global electronic pioneer Richie Hawtin, and former head of Island Records and manager to Paul Oakenfold, Marc Marot and seen panels packed with the likes of Bestival promoter, Rob da Bank, Wall of Sound boss Mark Jones, plus senior figures from Nokia, Bacardi, Blackberry, Pioneer and Sol. It was at IMS 2009 that Hawtin told the delegates they were lying when stating that they felt they were in touch with their audience. And 19-year-old Callum Negus Fancey from the under-age Let’s Go Crazy brand spectacularly declared his audience had ‘never heard of Paul Oakenfold’.

After the success of 2009, IMS will again be held at the Ibiza Gran Hotel, the party capital’s luxury five star hotel. This year IMS will take full control of the hotel to maximise use of the space and create an intimate space for delegates to work and socialise in.

international music summit, ibiza 2010Full event and hotel packages are limited, and expected to sell out well in advance. The total cost of a delegates badge is €370 which includes a 5* buffet lunch throughout the conference with special packages at the hotel on sale from today.

Once again the daytime sessions will be followed by special evening showcases at venues within walking distance of the hotel. Delegates will have free entry to all events including the IMS Grand Finale in the Dalt Vila World Heritage Site supported by the Ibiza government, which last year saw Basement Jaxx and Filthy Dukes perform live, with DJs Pete Tong and Rob da Bank. IMS 2010 will have more events per evening all within walking distance of the Gran Hotel.

Said Pete Tong, IMS co-founder: “The IMS is delighted to announce our return to Ibiza in May 2010, and also our return to the perfect surroundings of the Ibiza Gran Hotel, probably the best setting imaginable for an international electronic music conference.

“IMS is committed to helping develop the global scene that I’m so heavily involved in, and I hope industry people and clubbers alike choose to spend their time on the island around this very special gathering of global players and thinkers.”

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