The summer is almost here, which means the Ibiza season can’t be far away! We head over to the Balearic island to find out this season’s big talking points.
THE LAST YEAR OF SPACE
Carl Cox is using his considerable influence to help launch a text to donate initiative with charity music foundation Last Night A DJ Save My Life (LNADJ) in support of children in conflict zones via War Child.
The donation initiative is part of LNADJ’s fundraising campaign that will see all donations given to War Child to support some of the world’s most vulnerable children.
"As an ambassador of ‘Last Night a DJ Saved My Life’, I am really excited to support this amazing competition focusing on children in conflict zones around the world," explained the legendary techno DJ.
Carl Cox has finally unveiled the full line-up for his final Music Is Revolution season at Space Ibiza which kicks off June 14th for 15 weeks.
Opening night will see Cox joined by Luciano and Cristian Varela in the main room, whilst the terrace will host Matthias Tanzmann, Michel De Hey and BBC Radio 1’s B.Traits.
The Social Festival is back for another round this year and is set to kick off on 9th and 10th September at its brand new home, The Kent County Showground.
They've just announced two whopping headliners for the event: Saturday will see dance legends Sasha and John Digweed go back-to-back, whilst on Sunday Ibiza hero and Intec boss Carl Cox will spin.
More names for Carl Cox's final round at Space Ibiza have just been announced — and it's looking massive!
New acts include Eric Prydz — who will be performing under his techno alter ego Cirez D — plus much-loved selectors Nicole Moudaber, Nic Fanciulli, Davide Squillace are all set to return, along with Germany’s Chris Liebing, Circus legend Yousef and Intec favourite Cristian Varela.
They join already announced acts including Francois K, Andy C, Masters At Work, Luciano, Eli & fur and many many more.
Marshall Jefferson's trippy house epic 'Mushrooms' is once again destroying the clubs, thanks to a new rework by London producer, Tom Finn & the House of Virus duo.
Unless you've been living under a rock for the last six months, you'll already know that this season will be Carl Cox's last at Space in Ibiza.
Now, the legendary UK DJ has revealed more names for his epic final season, including fellow British legend Fatboy Slim, Ovum label head Josh Wink and Intec’s co-leader Jon Rundell.
Other new additions include Cadenza Records’ Luciano, our April cover stars Pan-Pot, US pioneer Carl Craig, Polish-born Berlin-based selector Magda, plus Switzerland’s Deetron
The first names confirmed to play alongside Carl Cox for his final ever Music Is Revolution season at Space Ibiza have been revealed.
“There’s going to be something for everyone” says Carl. “Whether you’re looking for legendary DJs or brand new talent, we’ll have them all. Lots of great DJs from the early years are coming back to play too, which is going to feel really special.”
With just 10 weeks until the opening party the first names to be revealed include Sasha, Francois K, Danny Tenaglia and Masters of Work.