Music discovery and ticketing platform DICE has agreed a deal with iconic Ibiza venue Circoloco’s DC-10 to become its exclusive ticketing partner.
The multi-year deal will mean the platform will digitally ticket all events at DC-10 and marks DICE’s first major signing in Ibiza. DICE has already partnered with Spanish festivals and venues including Primavera Sound Festival and Sónar Festival.
Circoloco founder and DC-10 partner Antonio Carbonaro said: “I was very impressed by the technology of DICE. The app offers a simple, seamless and safe ticket buying experience for fans.
“A huge draw for us was DICE’s anti-scalping model which means tickets do not end up on the secondary ticketing market and allows us to protect fans from increased prices.”
The 4,000-capacity dance space was launched in 1999 and was originally a farmhouse. It is famously situated at the end of a runway at Ibiza Airport. DC-10 rose to prominence on the dance music scene with the success of its Monday session, Circoloco, which has now become a global music brand.
DICE president Russ Tannen added: “It’s rare to be able to say that you’re working with a partner that has made such a huge impact on club culture. Circoloco’s DC-10 is one of those special clubs.
“By choosing DICE, Circoloco’s DC-10 is putting their fans first – with a platform that offers the best ticket buying experience, and will transform how people discover and attend events in Ibiza.”
It’s been a busy end of the year for DICE, with the company having raised $122m (£89m/€104m) in Series C funding including an injection from iPod founder Tony Fadell.
DICE then acquired music live streaming platform Boiler Room in October, after witnessing a demand for ticketed live streaming events following the COVID-19 pandemic.