DJ Land on the Beach – Grand Opening Party

START: Aug 22, 2015 END: Aug 23, 2015

DJ Land’s mission is to bring the Ibiza experience to Japan, and for his inaugural event he’s doing just that: two clubbing stages, BBQ, a private beach, professional dancers, VIP rooms (including jacuzzis), and a pool party! Following the “eat, sleep, rave, repeat” mantra, this two-day event promises to transform Itoshima into Ibiza for the weekend, at a specially renovated gorgeous beachside venue. 20 high-profile DJs from ten different countries will be keeping the volume pumped up for 34 hours of back-to-back sets. Dorry Art will be there to airbrush on body paint – why not scare your mum by snapchatting her a photo of your fake skull tattoo? There’ll also be beer pong in the pool, in case you need to take a break from all the dancing. If you want to upgrade your experience, then the VIP Pack (¥20,000 for Japanese, ¥15,000 for foreigners) includes the entry fee, a comfort room, a bottle of champagne, and luxury seating on deck. A free shuttle bus will be running hourly between Tenjin and DJ Land on the Beach, to make the trip to Ibiza that little bit easier!

✯Special Offer – ¥1,000 Discount Vouchers✯

Save ¥1,000 per person with a Fukuoka Now discount voucher! And it’s so simple:
Pick up your special vouchers at the Fukuoka Now office.
Present them at the venue’s ticket office to get ¥1,000 off.
You do not need to purchase tickets in advance – just take these vouchers and pay cash on the day.

Japanese: ¥4,000 (normally ¥5,000)
Foreigners: ¥2,000 (normally ¥3,000)

Pick up your voucher (and vouchers for your friends) at the Fukuoka Now office in Tenjin from Mon., Jul. 27 ~ Fri., Aug. 21.
Hours: 10:00~12:00, 13:00~18.30
Closed: Sat., Sun., Hol., and Aug. 14 (Fri.).


Fukuoka Now Office.
5F Towers Tenjin Bldg. 3-7-3 Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka
Tel: 092-762-2505
Map to Office:

Event Data
• 8/22 10:00 ~ 8/23 20:00
• Japanese: ¥5,000 (¥4,000 with FN discount), Foreigner: ¥3,000 (¥2,000 with FN discount)
• Shima Keya 3367-10, Itoshima-shi, Fukuoka

Published: Jul 24, 2015 / Last Updated: Apr 1, 2016

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