Since opening in 1986, to it’s closure in 2016, Space Ibiza was considering by most to be amongst the top nightclubs on the planet, inviting DJs such as Sasha, Paul Oakenfold, Richie Hawtin, Deadmau5 and of course Carl Cox.
Holding a residency at the club for 15 years, Carl Cox and Space became a family, developing a relationship that spawned some of the biggest parties the island of Ibiza has seen.
Now following a mention of “plans to open a new Space” in a recent interview, Cox has announced he will be partnering with Space Ibiza founder Pepe Rosello, veteran promoter and Game Over affiliate Dave Browning and Juan Arenas, the General Manager of Space for 8 years prior to it’s closing.
Whether the group will aim to open a new club is neither confirmed nor denied, and they are expected to share more news for plans at some point in 2019.
Carl Cox said ”Space club Ibiza, has always been my home for the last 20 twenty years, and now to pave the new way for the future of Space is really exciting, and now forming a partnership with Pepe, Juan, and Dave Browning, to run the newly formed team, it feels solid in the way that we are a family team, and I feel we can bring everything back to where it belongs.”