As Carl Cox’s musical revolution comes to an end, we look back at his reign on the White Island, with everything you need to know about the best goodbye party you’re ever likely to attend.
Over time, many have spun their lively tales and written pages in Ibiza’s glorious island history, but there is one illustrious name who has written himself a whole novel. His journey has been a long and prosperous one, and his name alone draws in masses of wild dancing bodies from all over the globe in the name of a revolutionary musical crusade for the ages. As he steps onto the decks and faces Space’s adoring crowd donning a plain black tee that reads ‘Techno Religion’, he re-ignites the dance floor and doesn’t let up until the sun has risen and the bodies pour out into the morning light. His name is Carl Cox – oh yes, oh yes.
As the old saying goes, all good things must come to an end. It’s impossible to imagine a season on the White Isle without Carl Cox and his long-tenured party, ‘Music Is Revolution’, at the famed Playa D’en Bossa nightclub, Space Ibiza, but Cox and friends have lit the fuse for the last hurrah. The Final Chapter is Carl Cox: Music Is Revolution’s the longest season yet, spanning over a 15-week period to properly close out such a beloved, historic element to Ibiza’s party culture. The Opening Party showed Carl Cox inviting Cristian Varela to host opening duties to warm up the crowd, before handing it over to Cadenza boss-man extraordinaire Luciano. Keeping the fire ablaze over on the terrace were Matthias Tanzmann, Michael De Hey, and B. Traits, as they worked the room with ease. And this, this was just the beginning.
The Final Chapter roster is as impressive as ever, starting with names like Marco Carola, John Digweed, Sasha, Danny Tenaglia, Nicole Moudaber, Fatboy Slim, and Nina Kraviz, who need little to no introduction. With a wide range of talent across the board, there’s a groove for everyone who steps through the Space doors every Tuesday night. Also joining Carl during this final season are Francois K, Monika Kruse, Pan-Pot, Chris Liebing, Kerri Chandler, Joseph Capriati, Masters At Work, drum and bass heavyweight Andy C, Guy J, Pan-Pot, Kolsch, Cirez D (also known as Eric Prydz), a back-to-back set with Nic Fanciulli, and Jon Rundell.
Furthermore, The Final Chapter will see tiNi, Loco Dice, David Squillace, Magda, Deetron, Joris Voorn, Tonn Piper, James Lavelle, Eli & Fur, Carlo Lio, Ben Pearce, Julio Bashmore, Heidi, Eats Everything, Yousef, Hot Since 82, Just Be, Marco Bailey, DJ Vibe, Josh Wink, Stefano Noferini, Steve Mulder, Tania Vulcano, Misstress Barbara, David Glass, Dubfire, Elio Riso, Eric Powell, Jack De Marseille, Catz N Dogz, UMEK, Ben Pearce, DJ Sneak, Lauren Lo Sung, UNER, Danny Howells, Saeed Younan, Artwork, Darren Emerson, LTG Bukem, Popof back-to-back Julian Jeweil, Pirupa, Drumcomplex & Roel Salemink (LIVE), Philipp Straubb, and Guti.
Undoubtedly, Carl Cox: Music Is Revolution, The Final Chapter will be the best goodbye party you ever attended. To make sure you’re there, get in touch today at email@example.com. We can help secure the best VIP tables, transport to the club and even help chill out the day after with your own private boat charter.