The Ultimate Drum and Bass Experience at Eden Ibiza

June 7, 2023

Worried About Henry Opening Party

Experience the thrill of the only dedicated drum and bass night on the island of Ibiza at Eden Ibiza.

We are excited to announce the return of Worried About Henry (WAH) for a 16-week residency, starting from Monday, June 12th, and running until September 25th, 2023.

Prepare to be blown away as we bring together the biggest names in bass music, headlined by the legendary Chase and Status.

Get ready to immerse yourself in electrifying beats and unforgettable moments.

Buy your tickets now and book tables to secure your spot at this epic opening night!

The Ultimate Destination for Drum and Bass Fans in Ibiza

With a staggering 25,000 attendees passing through our doors in 2022, Eden Ibiza proudly stands as the unrivaled haven for drum and bass enthusiasts on the island.

As the sole dedicated DNB night in Ibiza, Worried About Henry brings together the majority of the biggest drum and bass acts in the world, making it the ultimate destination for bass music lovers.

Chase and Status Residency

Prepare to be captivated by the extraordinary talents of Chase and Status as they headline the Worried About Henry residency.

This dynamic duo possesses an unparalleled ability to connect with audiences and generate an electrifying atmosphere.

Their seamless integration into the Worried About Henry brand and Ibiza’s high-octane nightlife scene makes them the perfect fit.

With an illustrious career spanning two decades, Chase and Status remain at the forefront of the electronic music scene, and their highly anticipated return to Ibiza promises to be a highlight of the summer for all Drum and Bass fans seeking a euphoric rave-escape.

Each week, renowned names such as Andy C, Wilkinson, Hybrid Minds, Sub Focus, Dimension, and many more will step up to the decks at Eden, delivering unforgettable performances that embody the UK’s favourite underground rave genre.

Worried About Henry Opening Party Lineup

Joining Chase & Status on our illustrious opening party lineup is a diverse array of artists, representing the wide corners of the genre.

Chase & Status

Renowned for their energetic and innovative productions, Chase & Status is a dynamic British electronic music duo that has left an indelible mark on the drum and bass and dubstep genres.

With heavy basslines, intricate drum patterns, and catchy melodies, Chase & Status have become influential figures in the electronic music scene.

Their return to Ibiza is set to ignite the summer nights, promising an electrifying atmosphere for drum and bass fans seeking the ultimate rave-escape.

Hybrid Minds

Prepare to be moved by the emotionally charged and melodic productions of Hybrid Minds.

This talented drum and bass duo has made a notable impact on the genre, blending beautiful vocals, lush atmospheric textures, and rolling basslines.

Their distinctive sound has earned them a strong and dedicated fanbase, and their performance at the opening party will be a highlight of the night.


Watch out for Mozey, an exciting up-and-coming drum and bass producer who has been making waves in the scene.

With hard-hitting beats, heavy basslines, and catchy melodies, Mozey’s tracks have caught the attention of fans and industry professionals alike.

Keep an eye on this rising talent as he continues to make his mark on the drum and bass community.

A Little Sound:

With her unmistakable vocals behind some of D&B’s biggest anthems in recent years, A Little Sound is a promising emerging artist in the electronic music scene.

Her growing catalogue of releases and unique artistic vision are poised to leave a lasting impression on the electronic music landscape.

Don’t miss the chance to witness her electrifying performance at the opening party.

Interview with the Worried About Henry Team

Q: When was Worried About Henry founded, and who was responsible for bringing all of the pieces together?

A: Worried About Henry was founded in 2014 in Liverpool. It all started with a kitchen discussion among Christie and a few friends during a uni afterparty. Just a few days later, the first show was booked. We would like to give a shout-out to 24 Kitchen St, Dillinja, and Chimpo.

Q: How has Worried About Henry evolved since its inception?

A: It has been an incredible journey to witness its growth over the years. From small 300-capacity shows in a couple of cities, we expanded to larger venues in more cities and eventually found ourselves at Printworks, Warehouse Project, Royal Docks, Parklife, and more. We started with just 2 or 3 people working on it, but now we have a team of around 12, which has allowed us to expand and offer even more amazing experiences.

Q: When setting out to create the brand, what was your mission?

A: Initially, it was just an idea among friends who wanted to see some acts live. We never imagined it would go this far, but our mission has always been to create incredible parties and bring people together through the power of music.

Q: What are some of the key moments in the brand’s history up until now?

A: There have been so many memorable moments, but some that stand out include our first large shows at Bramley Mooore Dock and Warehouse Project in Manchester and Liverpool, respectively. Being part of Parklife has been incredible for us as well. In the South, going into London and doing Printworks was a massive milestone. Another key moment was the first Hybrid Minds Outline tour, which showcased the growth from its humble beginnings.

Q: How important are events like WAH Open Air for the label and DnB culture as a whole?

A: These events are extremely important, not just for us, but for everyone involved in the culture. With ever-changing sounds, venues, and people, it’s crucial to have an outlet to gather, discover new acts, new music, and be part of a worldwide culture that continues to expand. Each show is someone’s entry into this world, so we strive to make every experience the best it can be at all times.

Q: How has WAH become such a globally recognised institution in DnB, and such a staple of the culture up and down the UK?

A: It’s a result of a lot of hard work and dedication. We are fortunate to have a fantastic team that is knowledgeable, dedicated, and passionate about creating unforgettable parties. Over time, we have taken more steps than we ever imagined, growing bigger and bigger. Today, we find ourselves as a globally recognized institution in drum and bass, proud to be a staple of the culture throughout the UK.

Tickets Selling Fast

Don’t miss the electrifying opening party of Worried About Henry’s summer residency at Eden Ibiza.

With the world’s best drum and bass artists, including Chase and Status, headlining each and every Monday, prepare for an unforgettable experience.

Join us on Monday, June 12th, and be part of the only dedicated drum and bass night on the island.

Buy your tickets now and book tables to secure your place at this unmissable event.

Let the basslines move your soul and the music ignite your spirit at Eden Ibiza.

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