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DC-10 Ibiza forced to shut its garden stage until further notice

“We are waiting to understand the real motivations of the authorities behind such unexpected requests,” the venue added on Instagram.

DC-10 Ibiza forced to shut its garden stage until further notice
Image: @dc10ibizaofficial on Instagram

More bad news for globally adored Ibiza nightclub DC-10.

After being prevented from opening on several occasions last week, its owners have closed the outdoor ‘Garden’ stage for all events for the foreseeable future due to concerns over any further noise complaints.

The venue confirmed its voluntary decision to close its outdoor music area via social media on July 25th, following increasing pressure from the municipality of Saint Josep, which has received continuous complaints from residents and holidaymakers this summer.

“We are unfortunately forced to turn off the music in the garden after the latest requests of the municipality of St. Joseph to reduce the decibels to 75, which is obviously unacceptable. This is an impossible condition for artists to perform,” the club announced.

“DC-10 & CircoLoco voluntarily decided to suspend the music in the garden and continue with the two internal rooms: Terrace and Main Room.”

Partygoers were frustrated by the initial temporary closing of the entire venue on July 19th. At the time, there was little to no explanation about why it happened, although there was increasing speculation building online.

It was later confirmed by Periódico de Ibiza y Formentera that DC-10 had been forced to close temporarily due to noise complaints.

The municipality has received 143 complaints linked to excessive noise from clubs and venues in the region, on top of 323 calls for noise “in homes”.

There’s a clear power-battle happening this summer as the government fight for control over outdoor venues and their operational aspects.

“We are waiting to understand the real motivations of the authorities behind such unexpected requests,” the venue added on Instagram.

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