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The next ticket release will take place on Monday 12th September...

Space Ibiza has added a raft of names for its last ever closing party, which is set to take place on Sunday 2nd October. The White Isle institution has also revealed that the next release of tickets will go on sale on Monday 12th September.

Maceo Plex, Eats Everything, Roger Sanchez, Sasha, David Morales, Josh Wink, Kölsch and many more join Carl Cox, Tale Of Us, Anja Schneider and Darius Syrossian, who were already announced. You can see the full list of DJs below.

The next batch of tickets will go on sale in two releases on Monday 12th September via the Space Ibiza shop, one at 12:00h and one at 18:00h C.E.T. There will then be two further ticket releases at the same times on Tuesday 13th and Wednesday 14th September. You can see all the ticket details at the bottom of the page.

Space Ibiza owner Pepe Rosello comes to the end of his 27-year reign at the Balearic venue when he hands over the keys to the Ushuaïa group at the end of the summer. But a series of photos in July showed that isn’t stopping him enjoying his final summer in charge. According to recent reports, Space Ibiza could also be moving to a new location in San Antonio.

You can watch Carl Cox from week 12 of his Music Is Revolution: The Final Chapter residency at Space Ibiza below.

Space Ibiza closing party line-up so far (in alphabetical order):

Aleksia, Alex P, Alfredo, Andy Baxter, Anja Schneider, Anna Tur, Aphotek, Bastian Bux, Blackhall and Bookless, Brandon Block, Bruno From Ibiza, Bushwacka!, Camilo Franco, Carl Cox, Charlise N Chaplin, Clara Da Costa, Daniel Klein, Danny Serrano, Darius Syrossian, David Morales, David Moreno, De la Swing, DJ Oliver, DJ Pippi, Eats Everything, Edu Imbernon, Eddy M, Elio Riso, Federico Grazzini, Francisco Allendes, Iban Mendoza, Igor Marijuan, James Zabiela, Jason Bye, Javi Bora, Jesse Rose, John Acquaviva, Jon Rundell, Jonathan Ulysses, Josh Wink, Juan Gomez, Kaleshy, Kopanos, Kölsch, Los Suruba, Maceo Plex, Mambo Brothers, Marc Maya, Mark Brown, Mark Knight, Mind Against, Moy Santana, Nick Fanciulli, Nilo R, Oscar Colorado, Paul Reynolds, Pepo Lanzoni, Rad Damon, Rafa de Siria, Ramon Castells, Rebeka Brown, Remo, Roger Sanchez, Sam Divine, Sasha, Smokin Jo, Somne, Stefano Noferini, Steve Bug, Tale Of Us, Technasia, Toni Moreno, Toni Varga, Uner, Valentin Huedo, Wally Lopez, Yaya, Yousef.

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