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Blonde, Charlie XCX, Sander Van Doorn, Eddie Halliwell, Jaguar Skills, 99 Souls and more join Judgement for its historic 16th season
Nights come and nights go – in today’s throwaway culture, notching up a decade on the White Isle is an impressive feat in itself, let alone twelve, even fifteen years. So, with its 16th season now ready to launch, it’s time to welcome Judge Jules back to its spiritual home of Eden once again for another summer of Judgement. Drenched in UV and featuring face painting, elaborate costumes and a carnival-like party every week, Judgement also welcomes its biggest line ups to date.
Opening the season with a statement of intent is the legendary turntable maestro Jaguar Skills alongside 3Beat head honcho Anton Powers. Over the course of 14 action-packed weeks, Judgement’s main room will be welcoming the scratch master himself, Eddie Halliwell for two dates, the generation-defining Sander Van Doorn, UK deep house sensations Blonde, and three dates from ‘The Girl Is Mine’ duo 99 Souls. Third Party will be bringing their unique house sound alongside one of the UK’s most in-demand female DJs, Charlie Hedges, the Beatport #1 trio Futuristic Polar Bears, and Spinnin whizz kids Redondo and Joe Stone. Rounding off the already impressive line-up, expect sets from Official Nancie, Fully Charged, JFK, Robert Falcon, Tristan D and Tony Hughes, and an Ibiza-exclusive DJ set from Charli XCX.
Room 2 will be opened for five dates over the summer and fronted by Birmingham’s huge Our House brand who will be bringing you classic house sets from Jonathan Ulysses (24/06), Oliver Lang (05/08), Brandon Block (26/08) and K-Klass (23/09), and Ibiza Trance Weekender (09/09).
Of course, overseeing the proceedings every week throughout the summer is the legendary Judge Jules making sure that this 16th season is his best yet, and UK house duo Son Of 8 who will be taking over residency duties to make sure that the dance floor is red hot every single night.
With a history on the island like no other, Judgement has once again re-invented itself to stay ahead of the curve. For those who begin their weekends in the company of the Judge this summer, expect the sentence handed down to be heavy with eight hours of bass, beats and beyond.