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Nicole Torressupermartxe-4-nt-061014

Friday night was the Privilege and SuperMartXé closing party, which was meant to last twelve hours as they announced in the Diario (I didn’t last that long, six hours dancing is enough for me!)

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Everything was as spectacular as it was meant to be! I took a friend that has come out for two weeks and had never been to Privilege or SuperMartXé. We decided to have a couple of drinks in the Ibiza Town port, where we saw some of the gogo-dancers promoting the night’s parties. Arriving at the Privilege door shortly after 1am, I used the resident’s free entrance, went to the tickets door to wait for my friend and showed her around the club before it was all open. The beat was harder from the start and they remixed so many great songs from Red Hot Chilly Peppers, R.E.M., Eurithmics apart from the newest hits. It looked very empty when we first arrived but it filled up quick but never too much (I love that about Privilege, there might be 8.000 people dancing around you, but you always have plenty of room to dance!) and then it was time to open the curtains and out came an opera singer! There was a children’s train merry-go-round on the stage with Disney characters. Supermartxe-1-nt-061014Nalaya looked great and sounded better, she even gave us some beatboxing! One of the main stage dancers was dressed as a tin man. I recognized one of the dancers that get into the champagne glasses and splash the public, she went to school with me and looked superb! Congratulations! The guy who cycles inside a round cage hanging from the sky always wows me, especially when the cage is lit on fire! All together a fantastic night! And I’m sure the rest of the morning was also.

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They have had an amazing seventh season at Privilege and I can’t wait to see what season eight will bring! I will be checking their websites to find out:

http://www.privilegeibiza.com/

www.supermartxe.com/

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