DC10

Ibiza’s Original Underground Club

T he famous DC10 turned 20 last year. Whilst the club has gained in popularity during that time, it is still the undisputed king of underground clubbing in Ibiza.

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DC10 Ibiza History


DC10’s history traces back to 1999. Back then, a disused aircraft hanger had already been converted into a discreet makeshift dancefloor for small gatherings of partygoers.

Italian promoters Andrea Pelino and Antonio Carbonaro wanted to throw a free party where the music wasn’t tied to any single genre. With Sundays at the legendary Space being one of the most popular parties in Ibiza at the time, many saw DC10 as the perfect venue to continue. Their party Circoloco was born, and Mondays in Ibiza have never been the same since.

The club has had licencing issues over the years, including a year long closure in 2008 after repeatedly violating its 65 person capacity by several hundred every week. Nowadays you can expect over 1,500 across its terrace, club and garden spaces. Despite the growing popularity of the club, it still remains distinctly different compared to the VIP and production heavy experience of Ibiza’s superclubs such as Amnesia, Pacha, Ushuaïa and Hï. Indeed, underground is the very essence of DC10 and its owners will keep it that way.

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DC10 1999

The names DC10 and Circoloco now go hand-in-hand, with Circoloco now known the world over as one of the most authoritative names in underground house and techno music.

Even though their parties take place in every corner of the globe, it is DC10 where it all started, and continues to be the most important venue that pushes new boundaries, and epitomises the “spirit of the underground” every year.

Club Information


DC10 can hold up to 1,500 clubbers in total.

There are three distinct areas at DC10. The original dancefloor is the terrace, which used to be completely uncovered until 2006. Now it stands as the most popular room of the club for the headline DJs past midnight. The club room is located next to the terrace, also indoors. Meanwhile the garden stage offers an open air dancefloor, flanked by bars either side of it. 

DC10’s soundsystem had an extensive upgrade in 2018, and uses powersoft speakers.

The lighting system in DC10 compared to other clubs is minimal. You can expect its red drenched spotlights in most places, in keeping with the red, black and white theme of Circoloco.

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Being so close to Ibiza’s airport, when you’re at the club you will frequently see planes passing overhead. Don’t forget to give them a cheer 😉

Back in the day, a small aircraft used to sit on the front of the club’s gates. It had to be removed since pilots were thinking there had been a crash landing!

“Cutting edge underground house & techno, cheers as planes pass by, and a no-frills necessary authentic clubbing experience”

  • Get to Circoloco early. We’ve got there as early as 5pm and you’re still guaranteed to hear some incredible music in the sun, with plenty of space to dance.
  • Want to eat grab lunch before you arrive? Head to Salinas Beach just a few minutes away from the club and enjoy the calm before the storm 😉

DC10 Ibiza 2020


Circoloco will of course return to DC10 in Ibiza every Monday in 2020.

The club’s other mainstay party, Paradise, will leave to go to Amnesia this season.

Fridays will see Dixon’s Transmoderna move from Pacha to DC10 for the first time. We’re looking forward to seeing this new collaboration… it’s been some time since DC10 had a regular Friday night slot.

Expect some other one off parties to be announced in the coming months too….

2019 Parties


  • Monday: Circoloco
  • Tuesday:
  • Wednesday: Paradise
  • Thursday:
  • Friday:
  • Saturday:
  • Sunday:

2020 Parties


  • Monday: Circoloco
  • Tuesday:
  • Wednesday:
  • Thursday:
  • Friday: Dixon presents Transmoderna
  • Saturday:
  • Sunday:

Frequently Asked Questions


DC10 is located on the road toward Salinas Beach, a very short drive Ibiza Airport or Playa d’en Bossa. If you’re coming from San Antonio, expect to pay around €25-30 in a taxi.

Ctra. Ibiza a San Antonio, Km 5, 07816 Ibiza, Islas Baleares, Spain

DC10 typically opens at 4pm and closes at 6am.

Tickets vary in price but are typically €50 for entry to Circoloco.

For 2020, expect to pay €7 for a beer, €15 for spirit + mixer , and a water will cost €5.

DC10 can hold up to 1,500 people.

There’s no dress code for DC10. Wear whatever you feel comfortable dancing in.

You can view the full lineup for DC10 Ibiza in the calendar below.

DC10 is named after the DC10 aircraft model. Did you know the terrace used to be an old aircraft hangar?


Popular DC10 Parties

2020 Party Listings