A Piece of Iconic Club History You Don’t Want To Miss!
Step into the time machine and travel back to the wild days and nights when the electrifying beats of Bora Bora Music first graced the shores of Ibiza. Amidst the pulsating energy of the dance floor, there stood an iconic symbol that became synonymous with those unforgettable moments—a striking “DROGAS NO” sign.
This vibrant sign, strategically placed in three key spots—near the DJ stand, at the bustling bar, and even in the restroom of the old Bora Bora Music Ibiza beach club
Oh, the lengths some would go to possess a piece of this remarkable history! As avid fans sought to take home some treasured memorabilia, attempts were made to liberate the signs from their rightful places. (Gee Moore) “I remember some were so desperate to get the one in the toilet off the wall that they took some of the tiles and brickwork off with it, leaving a tiny hole into the apartment next door that we used at the time as a storage room”.
Now for the first time you have the opportunity to own a genuine artifact from the golden era of Bora Bora Music beach club Ibiza — an iconic piece of “art” that doesn’t involve any questionable brickwork removal. Yes, that’s right, clubets and clubhomes, the wait is over! We present to you an exclusive chance to bring home your very own piece of Bora Bora Music history.
Visit our online store today and discover a treasure trove of Bora Bora Music now items and of glorious nostalgia, where the legendary “DROGAS NO” sign awaits your ownership. Immerse yourself in the magic of those bygone days and relive the euphoria that swept the island.
Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to become part of the Bora Bora legacy. Visit our merchandise website now and secure your piece of history, guaranteed to be a conversation starter and a cherished memento of the indelible memories forged on that iconic dance floor.
Hurry, limited stock available! Get your own Bora Bora Music “art” and relive the magic today. Click the link below to embark on this extraordinary journey down memory lane: