IMS Ibiza 2024 Announces Fatboy Slim, Sarz & More in Full Programming Lineup

IMS Ibiza has announced the lineup for its 15th annual conference next month. The 2024 event happens April 24-26 and takes place at a new location, the Mondrian Ibiza and Hyde Ibiza hotels. The program features more than 60 discussions and 125 speakers over three days.


Program highlights include a keynote speech from Tomorrowland co-founder Michiel Beers, Defected Records founder Simon Dunmore and new CEO Wez Saunders in conversation with IMS co-founder Pete Tong and Aloki Batra, the new CEO of Pacha Group. Additionally, the conference will include its annual presentation of the IMS Business Report, which includes a breakdown of the dance industry’s performance over the last 12 months.

Artist appearances include a conversation with Fatboy Slim on the 30 year anniversary of his Southern Fried Records label, Amapiano star Sarz, Brazilian phenom Mochakk, rising producer Chloe Caillet and many more. Meanwhile, an event titled “Celebrating the Godfather of House: 10 Years of the Frankie Knuckles Foundation” will honor the pioneering producer’s life and achievements.

There will also be live recordings of Resident Advisor‘s RA Exchange podcast featuring Smokin’Jo, DJ Pierre and Juan Atkins. A live recording of Jaguar’s Utopia Talks, hosted by BBC Radio 1 presenter and IMS co-host Jaguar, will feature TSHA, DJ Paulette and Smokin’ Jo discussing the experiences of Black women in dance music. There will also be a new space hosted by U.K. party collective HE.SHE.THEY. and many more.

See the complete 2024 program on IMS’s website.

The theme of this year’s conference is “rebuilding our community,” with a featured conversation called “How To Bring Back Peace, Love, Unity & Respect” looking at how the dance scene can restore its values amid a fractured community, particularly with respect to recent global events.

“These are strained and complicated times in electronic music – not a landscape this industry has had to navigate before,” IMS co-founder Ben Turner said in a statement. “Now in our 15th edition, the key theme of trying to understand how to Rebuild Our Community is designed to be constructive, positive and impactful. Special thanks to the team of IMS advisors and experts for their input to this year’s program. We hope those in attendance will find something insightful and inspirational to take home with them along with new connections, new music and positive thoughts and actions for the future.”

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