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Calvin Harris filled BCM to the brim; the club saw fans packed in like sardines. But the limited amount of space didn’t phase the fans as they jumped and fist-pumped away. Calvin clapped and jumped with the crowd as he played favourites like ‘Bounce’ featuring Kelis, ‘FlashBack’, ‘Let’s Go’ featuring Ne-Yo and of course, ‘We Found Love’ featuring Rihanna. Fans watched in awe as he worked the decks with ease.


Thursday saw clubgoers take the party from land to sea as girls and guys partied in bikinis and beach shorts aboard the BCM boat, while on a three-hour sunset cruise around


the Mediterranean. The evening then welcomed Wretch 32 who brought live vibes to the BCM Square. His set featured Tinie Tempah’s ‘Like It or Love it’, as well as club bangers like ‘Traktor’. He had the crowd singing along at the tops of their voices to ‘Don’t Go’ and jumping uncontrollably to ‘Unorthodox’. Wretch 32 most definitely brought some phenomenal vibes to say the least.


Overall, BCM Planet Dance gave us dance nights that we’ll never forget – these dance DJs are dominating the scene right now, and it was a pleasure to bust some moves with the industry’s finest. And the BCM


line-up this summer is bananas; LMFAO, Jessie J, Rev Run, Dappy, Lethal B, Labrinth and more will all be in attendance, so make sure you get down there.


From its glorious beaches, majestic mountains, theme parks, a wealth of historical buildings, fantastic shopping and cultural experiences – Mallorca (yes, it is also called Majorca) really does have it all. Add to that its unstoppable banging nightlife and it’s the perfect holiday.


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