The Ibiza Loves Ears movement
By celebrating life and producing loud sounds while doing so, we create a growing problem that affects many of us:
music-induced hearing loss (MIHL) & tinnitus. We believe in the importance of education that will create a global shift in awareness around these problems, caused by music.
With Ibiza, as the leading hot spot within the electronic music industry, we found that the island is the perfect place to start raising awareness. Together with our ambassadors, the health & branch organisations, the (local) partners and you, we create a community that sparks a movement to change the behaviour of our fellow music lovers. When we combine all our knowledge, reach and experiences, we create a future without unnecessary hearing problems for the current and upcoming generation(s).
Ibiza Loves Ears is a consciousness campaign launched by Loves Ears® on Ibiza in 2017. It facilitates a platform where information is available, stories are shared and supports the partners that take responsibility by offering you the service of having certified filtering hearing protection available.
Because Ibiza loves You and We love your Ears!
Official Hearing Partner of IMS 2018
The summer season of 2018 will kick off on May 23rd with the 11th edition of the International Music Summit ! With the sound systems warming up, we are prepping another season of spreading consciousness together with ACS Custom as the official hearing partner present on IMS and Ibiza during the summer. Join us for
ACS Custom & Ibiza Loves Ears partner up with the DJ Awards Ibiza
DJ Awards Ibiza celebrates their 20th anniversary in Hï Ibiza! Everything is ready for the annual DJ Awards ceremony, which this year celebrates its twentieth edition on a new stage, at the most talked about new venue to hit the island this year, Hï Ibiza. Celebrating 19 years of award winning artists, this year we
A major research project announced to study tinnitus!
The UMCG and seven other European institutions are to launch a major research project (TIN-ACT) to study tinnitus! Read the full article here!