Late to join the Ibiza party Space was born in 1989, over a decade later than the likes of Pacha and Amnesia. The man behind the conception was a certain Pepe Roselló, who intended to make Space an ‘out of this world’ addition to Ibiza’s clubs. Before this innovation Playa D’en Bossa was a more quiet resort for Ibiza visitors to relax. Roselló took several dramatic steps to begin with, keeping Space closed for just two hours each day. He had previously worked with Playboy in San Antonio in the 1960’s and saw the potential for clubbing in Playa D’en Bossa to be taken to the next level. His main intention was to create a venue with musical freedom for music lovers.
Since its birth Space has risen to the top of the table in clubs around the entire world. The club has been recognised as the most awarded club, winning numerous accolades including 3 successive top 3 places in DJ Mag’s Top 100 Clubs in the world. Even the names to grace the decks here are a who’s who of the musical elite. Sasha, Steve Lawler, Eric Morillo, Reche, and of course Carl Cox to name a handful. Space boasts a booming capacity of 7000, without losing the ethos of musical freedom. Space cemented its place in the hearts of Ibiza lovers with the conception of the now famous Space terrace. The terrace has become a sanctuary for people in love with the original aim of Pepe Roselló.
The summer ahead sees Ibiza threatened by more restricted licensed opening hours. The thought process of everyone is of course to keep alive the spirit of old. Space always played host to the infamous Space on Sunday’s, which without the constant opening hours, still maintains a line up to attract music veterans from far and wide in 2013. Names hot on the lips of the people of Ibiza this year will be Groove Armada, Disclosure, Underworld and man more as the Space on Sunday’s dream is kept alive.
Space was already off to a flying start before the doors opened, securing another hat-trick in Vicious Magazine’s best club awards. A sign of the ongoing drive by everyone behind Space and its future success. Expect 2013 to be even bigger and better. Space veterans are now not the only people looking towards the premium way of visiting the venue. The VIP experience at Space can be witnessed both in the main room and on the famous terrace. If you like the sound of being amongst the sounds, but in ultimate luxury; Get in touch and find out what the VIP experience at Space can offer you.
The man behind the reason to be in Ibiza on a Tuesday returns for an exclusive 12 nights only this year: Carl Cox presents ‘The Party Unites’. Elsewhere on Space’s 2013 rota sees Saturdays embezzled with the psychedelic underground sounds of Kehakuma. Mondays will see the continuation of Café Ole and Thursdays will be Enter. ‘Ibiza Calling’ on Wednesday’s sees the likes of Hardwell amongst others as guests. Filling up an eclectic line up is Friday’s ‘Clandestin’. To top it all off you can also expect a firm dominance over other events on Ibiza Sunday’s, when the leading Ibiza club night of the last 15 years comes around each week. We Love is our pick of them all once again this year.
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