The lights may have dimmed across Magaluf this summer, but the memories of last year’s Full Moon Party are as vivid as ever.
With the coronavirus shuttering many parties all across Europe it’s time to open up the Magaluf party album and take a look back.
Last season’s party was bigger and wilder with thousands jetting in for an unforgettable beach party experience with a Spanish twist.
The Majorca resort is a magnet for Brit revellers coming to get their kicks and blow off steam.
Clubbers are spoilt for choice with Magaluf offering a bevy of options such as the Sunset Booze Cruise, the Wet ‘N Wild water bash and sophisticated Nikki Beach parties for daytime scenesters.
But none of these can compete with the wildest party of all, with 15,000 lads and lasses donning their skimpiest clobber to flock to Magaluf’s now world-famous Full Moon Party bash.
The idea was inspired by the all-night parties under the full moon in Thailand with Brit lads say its the place to pull.
But for those who can afford to fly half across the globe, this Europe’s answer.
Although organisers are putting the wild bash on again this summer many Brits won’t be able to make it over, so here’s a recap of what you are missing out on.
A bargain at £20 entry, last year’s Full Moon Party is a feast for the senses, with exotic fire breathers, skimpy go-go dancers, and revellers encouraged to paint on neon body paint under the starry sky.
Throw in a free t-shirt and club entry it’s easy to see why this is considered the hottest ticket in town.
Organisers describe it as “the biggest party on the planet” centred around Magaluf’s famous beach bars renowned for bottomless cocktail buckets and panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea.
Over 15,000 people attended last summer to party to drench themselves in booze, neon paint and sweat as they partying into the early morn, with DJ, swimming pool and a huge dance floor all on offer.
And for aficionados who take their dance music seriously, the bash even has the seal of approval from DJ Sanchez.
He said he’s been to the Thai Full Moon Party and and the experience was even wilder in Magaluf.
The club-scene legend said: “Well the one in Thailand can have up to 30,000 people on the beach at one time – here you’re going to get a lot less obviously as it’s in Majorca and not Thailand.
“But you know what, the Magaluf Full Moon Party is crazier.
“People who come to Magaluf are crazy – let’s be honest – in a good way.
“Everyone here is here to have a good time and nobody parties like the British and the Irish.
“Trust me, come to the Full Moon Party and you will see what I mean.”
As these pictures from last year prove, Brits are clearly having the time of their lives as they guzzle buckets of booze and pose for the camera with massive grins.
DJ Sanchez added: “To get absolutely smashed, covered in neon paint, sand in every part of your body.
“Seriously, you will love it. You’d be crazy to miss it.
“They absolutely loved the event, swigging from the buckets, they had their tops off, neon paint all over then, dancing with the fire breathers, loving life.”
Brit lads are also giving Maga’s hottest party rave reviews with many claiming it is the place to pull.
Last year one said: “The Full Moon Party was mental, exactly what I expected, best looking girls in Magaluf and I pulled the best obvs.”
Another added: “The girls at the Magaluf Full Moon Party were insane why can’t they look like this back in England?”
This year the meeting point for the Full Moon Party is down Coco Bongos – a five minute walk from the top of the Magaluf strip.
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