Carl Cox has announced a very special New Year’s Eve set that will honour the sorely missed Ibiza club, Space.
On 31st December this year, King Carl will play an intimate set at Melbourne’s Dockside venue Shed 9 in association with promoters Eat Music and Kinetic. The ‘Space Ibiza’ set will celebrate the hallowed club in which Cox held a residency for 15 years until its closure in 2016.
The set will be complimented by a fireworks display. It will run from 7 pm on New Years Eve until 3 am on the 1st.
Ravers will be treated to "a drink upon arrival and roving canapes pre-9pm".
Tickets are available here.
Cox recently said that Ibiza nightclub DC-10 as a “clubbing phenomenon” in an interview with DJ Mag. The British icon – who now resides in Australia – also recently opened up about how he feels Martin Garrix is the face of the future of electronic music.
Cox and Garrix’s documentary, What We Started, got a worldwide release on 23rd March, being available to stream via on-demand services like iTunes in over 100 countries. Cox also recently shared his feelings on the recent passing of Avicii, as well as telling DJ Mag the best music to play to annoy your neighbours.
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