Ibiza Rocks, an annual music event on the island of Ibiza, will expand into the Spanish island of Mallorca in 2010 with the opening of the 330-room Mallorca Rocks Hotel in Magaluf.

It will be based on the same model as the Ibiza Rocks Hotel, which launched at the in 2008 to offer accommodation and live music in one location as part of a travel package. Formally known as Club Paraiso, the hotel was re-opened as Ibiza Rocks Hotel in May 2008 with an open-air stage at the centre of the building.

The Ibiza Rocks brand first launched in 2005 and the event has previously included MGMT, Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian, Vampire Weekend, the Enemy and Dizzee Rascal, as well as emerging bands and DJs.

The live music line up at the Mallorca Rocks Hotel (formerly Hotel Tropico Magaluf) will be revealed early next year. The gigs will run weekly and many of the acts booked will perform at both Mallorca Rocks and Ibiza Rocks within 48 hours of each other.

Mallorca Rocks will initially focus more on higher profile festival acts, in order to put the event on the map and rejuvenate the island's music scene. Partnerships with established club brands are expected to be announced shortly.

"We are an unrivalled youth focused brand, providing great quality accommodation and entertainment at great value," said promoter Andy McKay in a statement. "Most of all, we provide something relevant to a new generation of live music loving holidaymakers. Having pioneered the social rejuvenation of Ibiza with Ibiza Rocks, we want to emulate this success in Mallorca and make quality live music much more accessible, giving our target audience better value, flexible travel and ultimately, more choice."