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BCM PLANET DANCE Mallorca...


At the heart of Magaluf – a popular holiday resort on the Spanish island of Mallorca – sits Europe’s biggest super club, where more than 3,000 partygoers fist pump and jump each and every night. BCM Planet Dance is known for giving you best in dance music, DJs and artistes. Yes, Magaluf is where it’s at! The likes of Steve Aoki, Radio 1’s Judge Jules, Calvin Harris and Wretch 32 have all graced BCM, with sets to write postcards home about. just has to find out more about the weeklong party...


BCM Planet Dance boasts a state-of- the art 65,000w Funkition One sound


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system, combined with thousands of magnificent lasers, flashing light effects and dancers. Entrance fee is usually between 30 and 50 euros, but well worth it for an unlimited free bar as well as free merchandise, ranging from T-shirts to beach towels and bags.


The week was kick-started with a surprise set from Steve Aoki. The American electro-house musician took the place of Sebastian Ingrosso from DJ super group Swedish House Mafia, who will be splitting up after their August string of gigs. Sebastian was apparently sick in bed and apologised for his absence via Twitter. Nonetheless, the night was jam-packed with ‘Magalove’,


and although everyone expected a set from Sebastian they weren’t disappointed in the slightest as Steve set the house on fire. He tweeted shortly after his set, ‘Mallorca was amazing. Best crowd! @bcmmallorca thank u for the hospitality. Back on the #aokijet to ibiza!’


Radio 1’s Judge Jules along with Micky Slim got the UV party started, with partygoers dancing the night away to the best in British dance music, while literally glowing in the dark. The UV extravaganza saw professional club dancers go wild in a giant wine glass full of UV paint! Clubbers joined in the fun and painted cool patterns in bright neon colours on their faces.


Words: Tovonya Raybe; Photography: J Sanchez


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