Fantasia Ibiza Festival 2022 Brings Art To Life In Dalt Vila

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Just a week after the Ibiza Light Festival, the White Isle’s cultural winter programme continues with another magical and inspiring offering: Fantasia Ibiza Festival 2022.

The annual non-profit event celebrates visual interactive art and creativity by showcasing the work and performances of island-based artists over the course of three days, running from October 28th – 30th within the historic setting of Ibiza Town’s Dalt Vila.

“Natives, dreamers, artists, and hedonists” who call the White Isle their home have put together a programme of live music, live painting, dance, acrobatics, poetry, exhibitions, and much more.

The project has been devised and organised by the cultural activist Lucía Barbiero, and was born, as she explains, “from a natural seed that is the island of Ibiza itself, the cradle for decades of great international artists who have positioned it as a true cultural destination. It is necessary to divulge and value it because, in essence, Ibiza is art.”

Barbiero adds that she felt “it was necessary to create a movement in which to give space to the incredible artists from all over the world who have chosen Ibiza as their place of residence, since the island is their muse and now its streets will be the stage.”

Highlights to look out for include the discussion of “A strategy for plastic in a circular economy” on Friday, October 28th at 5:00 p.m – the first of the conferences that event partner Ebusus will host together with Plustic Lab, a company that aims to raise awareness about the recycling and reuse of plastics in a creative way.

The “Technology and Art” presentation by Argentinian graffiti artist nEcKo, who has also acted as creative director of Cirque du Soleil and Hard Rock Hotel, and has received renowned awards at international festivals, is another event not to miss.

On Saturday, October 29th, at 4:00 pm, director of creative coaching experiences and high-vibration artist Clara Viguer will led the discussion of “Art and Emotional Wellbeing”, followed by a fourth presentation about “Ancients Spirituality and Art” on Sunday, October 30th, at 5:00 p.m.

Access to all events and performances is free.

See the full programme at