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Tomorrow will not be just another Sunday by the beach, catching some waves and reading a book. It will be one where the Makenzy beach in Larnaca will be electrified by the sounds of DJ Hito.

DJ Hito will join the run-up to summer courtesy of Ammos Beach Bar, which is well-known for being the place in Larnaca where many international DJs have come, conquered and left their musical mark.

The last time the Berlin-based DJ was with us was on Christmas eve in Limassol and now she is back to entertain us with her charm and energy, and help us techno the day away.

DJ Hito who was born and raised in Himeji, Japan, moved to the German capital in 1999 and developed her passion for minimal and ambivalent music pressed on vinyl.

Since its inception in 2012, Hito is a fixed component of the Richie Hawtin presents ENTER event series at Space Ibiza, which won the DJ Awards for best Ibiza night twice in a row. During these nights the DJ was the resident artist of the ENTER.Sake area, a room modelled on a Japanese Sake bar, and stunned the guests with her forward-thinking vinyl sets.

Inspired by the electronic music scene of Berlin, Hito does not only perform in Ibiza, she also travels around the world and performs in different underground clubs in Spain, France, Greece, England, Italy and Japan.

Those who hear her, love her… and those who have been lucky enough to have heard her recently are those living in North America, where she has recently finished a tour and presented the ENTER.Sake concept.

Never forgetting where she came from, DJ Hito brings her background to the decks with her and shares her culture through her music.
Be prepared for this Sunday’s performance to touch all five of your senses.

Hito Playing
Live performance by DJ Hito. May 8. Ammos Beach Bar, Makenzy Beach, Larnaca. 5pm. Tel: 24-828844

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