It’s true — add club aficionado to Carl Cox’s biography as Space Ibiza may be reincarnated. He revealed that Space Ibiza’s team is looking to build a new club on the White Isle with the same name. We can only hope that it’ll be bigger, if not badder than its predecessor. It’s going to be an exciting time in the music industry.
After being asked if he’d found a new home to play on the island, the British icon dished out the news on a recent interview. He says that “Space was definitely the place for [him],” and says he has an idea of holding an opening and closing of it next year. The real excitement is looking for a new spot to build the new Space. The 15 year long time resident made music a revolution there so it’s only fitting that he builds on it.
“Yes, it’s going to happen – there’s no doubt about that!
Walls and beams make houses but love and dreams make homes. We think this is exactly what Cox intends to do–build a new resident home in the near or distant future.
The infamous club put Playa d’en Bossa on the map for exclusive show destinations. Everyone knew Playa d’en Bossa because of Space as party-goers flocked there for waterslide nights and top notch entertainment. It closed in 2016 and took #1 in DJ Mag’s Top 100 Clubs poll in 2017. The open terrace and booming dance music set the club standard high.
Cox envisions that the new establishment won’t have to be back on the Playa. It should be somewhere quiet though but not next to Ushuaia. There will be a new concept for the new place but the motive remains the same: a place for the same people to go where they’ve always gone. Anyone that wants to join Cox on the same quest, feel free! #CarlCoxNeedsANewHome