Afrojack: Go to Mykonos to party instead of Ibiza + More celebs flock to the island


DJ Afrojack has told Newsbeat that he'd rather not play in Ibiza because it's not what it used to be musically.

The 24-year-old says clubs have become too obsessed with getting in VIPs rather than giving people a good time.

He added people would be better off heading to the Greek Island of Mykonos for a much cheaper and more fun experience.

Greek singer Anna Vissi also performed with this year's Eurovision winner, the one and only Conchita Wurst


Anna Vissi, one of the most famous Greek singers, celebrated the 40th anniversary of her career in music yesterday, June 26 at Jackie O club, on the island of Mykonos, along with the winner of this year’s Eurovision contest, Conchita Wurst.

The celebration attendees did not appear to be affected by the economic crisis, as the club was full to capacity (it wasn't but whatever), while tickets cost from 100 to 450 euros.

Vissi and Conchita appeared together on stage singing «Everything», the song that represented Greece in the 2006 Eurovision Contest in Athens, with the crowd cheering as the Mykonos sky was lit with fireworks. Many Greek celebrities were present for their show, including Ilias Psinakis, Petros Kostopoulos, Kalomira with her husband Charis Sianidis, Marilena Panagiotopoulou, the daughter of Anna Vissi Sofia Karvela and Italian fashion designer Valentino.

“Oh my God, you live in paradise!” exclaimed Conchita, clearly enchanted by the beauty of Greece, while Anna Vissi attempted to teach her to say “I love you” in Greek. She also apologized to Conchita for the delay, saying jokingly that in Greece, people go to clubs very late.

Wearing a white dress, the winner of this year’s Eurovision made three appearances performing her winning song, “Rise Like A Phoenix,” while the crowd clapped and cheered and Anna Vissi attempted to teach her Greek on stage.

Finally German goalkeeper Neuer was also there with his gf



ONTDers (and especially ONTD gays) have you been to Mykonos yet?