Ants always proves to be a memorable experience and a concept that many people buy into. The idea of all the party people coming together as a colony really resonates. A bunch of dancing revelers many all dressed in black marching along to one beat, one rhythm in one place. To truly become an ant it really starts with the outfit, preferably all black or monochromatic. To further become part of the movement look out for a signature fan to grab upon entry.
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The event starts off slowly in the afternoon with poolside music in the sunshine. As the day progresses you are greeted with blasts of smoke, ant-like dancers carrying fruit to their queen and finally the main stage opens for you to party into the night. After sunset Ants reaches full capacity and with just one stage to focus on this event really unifies the crowd. In the day we heard deep beats to get your feet pounding in the sunshine and the evening made way for a few classics that kept the energy going.
If your looking for that signature photo wait until it gets late and the Ushuaïa sign is glowing above the stage to snap a pic.
I visited on Saturday 22nd September 2018, the line-up consisted of ANOTR, Dublin, Ilario Alicante, Kölsch, Steve Lawler and wAFF.
Ants truly don’t want to end so they are going to be continuing the fun until Saturday 6th October. The Ant’s Ushuaïa closing party will be the venues biggest event of the season with a huge line-up. More info here.
Eli & Fur