Work as a DJ in Ibiza Spain

Welcome to our guide on getting a job in Ibiza as a DJ in one of the many clubs, bars and pubs on the island.

Unless you are one of the world’s top DJs you’re likely to struggle to find a job on the island.

Becoming a DJ (deejay) in one of the major clubs such as Pacha, Eden, Amnesia, Es Paradis, Privilege, Amnesia and Space is virtually impossible unless you are a well-known name in the industry.

Famous DJ’s working the turntables in Ibiza nightclubs include David Guetta, Carl Cox, Judge Jules, Pete Tong, Tiesto and Armin Van Buuren.

We also have some advice on moving to Ibiza.

DJ Jobs in Spain 2019

If you are looking for a DJ job in Spain then without doubt you should be looking at Ibiza first and foremost. As discussed above it is very difficult to find work here in one of the superclubs but there are are plenty of other smaller venues.

The positive news is that there are lots of bars, pubs, discos and smaller clubs that also require DJs to cater for the thousands of dance-mad tourists who come to Ibiza (Eivissa) every year.

Some of the other Spanish islands also had some good clubs and work opportunities where you won’t need to be a superstar internationally famous DJ unlike Ibiza!

There are some good clubs and opportunities to be a DJ in Tenerife and Marbella.

Majorca also has a thriving club scene especially in the resort of Magaluf with the BCM Club.

Any DJ (disc jockey) jobs available that we have will be listed at the bottom of the page.

Employers and clubs – list your DJ job vacancies for free.

If you’re looking for work as a DJ in Ibiza, please also leave your details at the bottom of the page so that you can be contacted directly.

There are plenty of alternative employment opportunities to work in Ibiza and some of the other types of jobs are very much easier to find, for example, bar jobs, PR jobs, hotel jobs, holiday rep jobs and dancer jobs.

To be honest what you might need to do is put your disc jockey ambitions on hold and just get any type of club job just to work the summer season and then you can seek out gigs and search for vacancies when you’re actually there once you get to know people.

Start by going into workers bars such as the Ship Inn. Some of these workers bars will let you play free on their decks and you can play some mixes and maybe get discovered?

Ibiza DJ Jobs

Becoming a DJ in Ibiza is much harder than it looks. This island may be famous as a magnet for clubbers all over the world but there are still only a limited amount of clubs and you are competing against world famous names.

The most likely way to get a DJ job is in one of the small bars and pubs in the West End area of San Antonio.

Even there, many of the bars and clubs have resident DJs who return every single year.

You just have to start at the bottom and work your way up.

Unless you have a name then you will also have to be aware that you can’t turn up play your mixes and favourite tracks.

The bars and nightclubs in the West End will expect you to play the most commercial dance and pop music regardless of your taste or abilities as that is what their customers want.

Here is a good article about DJ Sam, AKA Miss Divine who has been fortunate enough to gain a residency at Hush in Ibiza.

Most DJ jobs will be located in the busy resort of San Antonio but around the island are other major resorts such as Ibiza Town and Playa d’en Bossa.At least as a DJ you are actually working in the clubs themselves with the bonus of free drinks included.

Can’t get work as a DJ? – you can buy Pacha tickets here.

Where Can I Get DJ Jobs?

Any vacancies that we are aware of will be listed at the bottom of this page, you can also contact the major clubs directly. These clubs hold their opening parties from mid-May going through to the closing parties mid-September.

Page Summary

We hope the article above helps you in your quest to work as a DJ in Spain and in particular in Ibiza in the Balearics which is the best place to work as a DJ as it has the best dance clubs in Spain. Some of the questions we get asked:

  • Can I get a deejay (DJ) job in Space/Pacha/Eden/Amnesia/Es Paradis/Privilege?
  • Where is the best place in Spain to get work as a DJ?
  • DJ jobs wanted Ibiza?
  • Am I allowed to work as a DJ in Spain?
  • I want to DJ in Spain.

All disc jockey jobs in Ibiza are listed below in the comments box.

Employers – please list your job vacancies below for free.

If you are looking for a job as a DJ in Ibiza you can leave your details below for free.

Most Important Ibiza Job Pages:

Ibiza Jobs & Work

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Move to Spain – Guide & Real Stories

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Buy Property

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Comments

  1. Hixel Perez says

    House Dj from Madrid, producer student and looking for to play in Ibiza.
    Resident as a revelation dj in La Kama Weekend weekly sesión.

  2. tom cooke says

    I’m an ancient dj and teacher and I need to get back into it. Happy to travel and work anywhere for standard rates.
    Get DJ daddy on your turntables, can use vinyl or CDJ/mp3 etc. Promise to build your atmosphere and get the crowds in.

  3. Diego Escudero says

    Hello I’m Don Diego Escudero thank you for taking time out to review my inquiry. I’m a seasoned DJ with more then two decades experience. My sound track is house music (90’s, soulful, deep, minimal, afro). As well I do play classic rarities from 70’s soul, R&B, 80’s dance orientated rock in the mix to tone down the four on the floor monotony. I reside stateside Miami, FL and have DJ at many notable venue Nikki Beach, Liquid, Crobar, Bar 821, Marlin Bar, Blue, Touch, Segafredo’s cafe plus many more. I also host my mixes on Mixcloud.com where you can tune in 24 hours a day to listen in here:
    mixcloud.com/DJDonDiegoEscudero
    In closing, I am interested in spreading my wings to play abroad if given the opportunity I have DJ from small bars to BIG room clubs and feel very comfortable to DJ in any room given. Thank You

  4. HI I have been a dj for 23 years . i can play anything . i am currently in spain and would be interested in any offers . I have worked in many places through the years and have also had my own night . I have also been a resident

  5. 19 year old EDM DJ. Bilingual (second language is Spanish). DJ of 3 years, played exclusive private parties in Qatar, in the Middle East. Learnt to DJ in Amsterdam via a Pioneer Certified Course taught by David Stellar (signed to revealed recordings). I am also a music producer of 3 years and can make mash-ups and full sets.

  6. Hey!
    I am a DJ from Amsterdam, experienced in techno and house music, but also in funk/groove.
    I would love to play on Ibiza. I know how to creatie a very good dance/party vibe that people are looking for in Ibiza.

    My contact details van be found on my website: djlaval.com

    Hope to hear from you!
    See you in Ibiza!
    Saskia

  7. Clement Shandu says

    Hi my name is Clement shandu am from south Africa currently playing as DJ in Havana music cafe am young man willing to archive in DJ infact in music am a deep house and afro house DJ am looking forward to showcase my dream i just need an opportunity to showcase my dream am bowing down request an chance to play in your place promising to not disappoint but to make you proud for giving me a chance

    Thank you
    Clement shandu

  8. Danielle Cooper says

    Hi looking for dj work I fly to ibiza 3rd April and wanna summer season job.

    Been djing 20 years mixing dance music like house n trance n hard dance.

    My Facebook is
    Danielle Cooper Newton abbot for my demos etc…

    Of u have bar or dj work pls msg me on fb thanks xx

  9. Pro Soul Funk Dj
    Radio presenter
    Genres
    Soul , funk , disco
    Variants of house
    Party , commercial
    Great mic skills
    Radio Dj to the worlds longest soul event
    Looking for summer season abroad

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