Ibiza police shut down DC10 due to excessive noise levels

The battle between the Saint Josep police force and the DC10 club has reached a new level, with the club being unable to open last night for an event featuring Carl Cox.

Residents, the city council, and the police have been fighting about noise levels at venues on the island for years.. This summer seems to be following the same pattern as other clubs in the league, where they have had to close down temporarily because of seal problems.

So far this season, 22 venues have had to close down because of seal problems. The latest event that seems to be popular is DC10 on one of the summer’s most popular nights.

The DC10 has been the subject of noise complaints for many years.. Local governments are trying to give many examples on the island this year, which can be the beginning of many problems for some of the island’s most famous clubs with outdoor terraces and heavyweights. Audio equipment.

After collecting a lot of comments on social media, it seems that there was little or no explanation to consumers.

In relation to the activities, Sant Josep detailed that the time slot in which most noise complaints are registered is between 22.00 hours and 01.00 hours, mainly on weekends. Platja d’en Bossa, Cala de Bou and other well-known beaches in the municipality are also the ones that accumulate more problems of this type.