Tickets for ANTS
Ushering in Ibiza’ s 2017 Summer season with their devoted colony in tow, ANTS are proud to return to their rightful home of Ushuaïa for their 5th year as Saturday residents. Hailing ‘ God Save The Queen’ as their 2017 rallying cry, the latest landmark sees ANTS host a regal celebration in honour of the star of this year’s season - the queen ANT which has been crowned to celebrate the colony fight.
With an aesthetic that is lustful and alluring, and a soundtrack provided by the finest names in house and techno, fans have welcomed ANTS wherever they have spread to. The past twelve months count numerous accomplishments that have seen showcases across the globe, scattering their “Music is the ANTSwer!” mantra with a winter tour stopping off in Dubai, Hong Kong, Spain, Switzerland and the UK. As hoards of revelers channeled their inner-ANT, fervent crowds filled world-renowned clubs such as Warehouse Project in Manchester and Cocorico in Italy, before climaxing at London’ s O2 Academy Brixton for their biggest London showcase to date. The colony has also taken to the slopes of Austria for Snowbombing Festival as well as travelling stateside for Electric Zoo – with every new territory quickly charmed by this special sub-culture and its subversive influence.
Now gearing up to their landmark anniversary, ANTS will return to their Saturday residency slot which remains as Ushuaïa’ s most popular day party in their 7-day schedule. Running from 3rd June to 30th September, an evocative cast of the underground’ s totemic DJs keep the movement moving, under the auspices of the master of moods himself: Andrea Oliva. Taking 10 dates of the residency ahead, the leading man lends an esteemed name, whilst Groove Armada and Maya Jane Coles put their own in lights over several nights. The initiated have reason to forecast something special, with the likes of Nic Fanciulli and Joris Voorn, Kölsch and Steve Lawler regularly summoning up stormy nights. Unremitting, slick, stark and seductive, ANTS is embodied in these DJs, and continues to be a force to be reckoned with.