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Joseph Capriati will host his own party in Ibiza for the first time this summer

Excitement for one of the island’s favourite sons is mounting significantly.

Joseph Capriati will host his own party in Ibiza for the first time this summer
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Many people will remember the iconic appearances of Joseph Capriati across Ibiza at the likes of Paradise, Music On and many more. The Italian Techno sensation is undeniably one of the music industry’s most adored and globally celebrated artists.

Capriati fans are buzzing to hear that he will be hosting his own party on the island this summer. Friday nights at Amnesia will now belong to Joseph Capriati and his Metamorfisi event brand, bringing him back to one of his favourite clubs on the island to host his own show for the very first time.

Currently, there are three confirmed shows, beginning on July 22 and following with the 5th & 19th of August. As of yet, details around the lineups of each show remain very much in the dark, but the excitement for one of the island’s favourite sons is mounting significantly.

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