Game Over is an acclaimed brand on Ibiza, having already hosted some of the most talked about events of previous years such as One Night Stand, Pure Carl Cox and more, and we had no doubt that this exciting new party would be as memorable as the rest.
As we arrived, the evening was just beginning and the restaurant had turned into a retro playground of childhood memories with sounds of the '80s, '90s and '00s. Old-school music videos were projected onto the walls to recreate a raw spirit and evocative ambience.
Partying on Ibiza is all about letting yourself go and exploring the magic of music; Wildchild embodies this ideology thoroughly with a sweet selection of bouncy tunes and favourite tracks from classic house to hip hop. Mischievous souls grooved under the disco ball as urban dancers popped and locked on the podiums.
The energy from behind the decks was riveting to watch and Seb Zito looked as if in his element, throwing a variety of old-school house jams our way and cheeky tunes we hadn't heard in years. The FUSE resident smashed his set and dug deep into the core of our electronic roots as we relived our youth.
The creative and innovative backdrop of Heart made for the perfect home to live out our fantasies. With such great production, it really made it feel as if you were actually partying in a different era and presented a new way of partying on Ibiza.
"Those who lived it, miss it, those who missed it, crave it!"
Wildchild exceeded my expectations. Whilst up-and-coming Saturday line ups are yet to be announced, you can still prepare your rave-wear and get ready to boogie.
Wildness is a necessity on Saturday's at Heart.
Cheers to that! See you there.
Words: Holly Woulfe