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Carl Cox returns to Ibiza with two shows at Privilege
Carl Cox returns to Ibiza with two shows at Privilege
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Carl Cox just can’t stay away, can he? Returning to the White Isle this summer for two nights at Privilege on Tuesday 11th and Tuesday 18th July, the house icon will offer up a taste of the Pure Festival vibes that Sidney and Melbourne have been blessed with for the last two years. Also prefaced by an official pre-party courtesy of Float Your Boat on both occasions, the parties will be emotional affairs as Cox returns to the island that he was champion of for years during his Music Is Revolution heydays.

Presented by Game Over, the Pure nights at Privilege will see Cox doing exactly what he does best, cutting old school and rave jams to show why he has been the subject of fanatic support for decades. Helping him do so, guests including Joseph Capriati, Jon Rundell, tINI, Eats Everything, Nicole Moudaber and more will lay down beats, and you can expect tickets to fly as word gets out that Cox and co are back at his second home so soon after the closure of Space in 2016.

As mentioned already, popular Ibiza brand Float Your Boat have also got stuck in on Cox’s return, organising a special pre-party for each of the two Privilege events. Set to bring in outstanding lineups to warm up for the star man, the boat parties will make an excellent start to each evening, taking off from San Antonio at 6pm and finishing at 9 to allow plenty of time to get back on land and into the club. With combo tickets including entry to Pure Carl Cox at Privilege for just £60, it looks like the decision is an easy one. Start with the boat party in the evening and then head to see the big man at night? “Oh yes, oh yes.”



Lineups

Tuesday 11th July

Carl Cox
Joseph Capriati
Jon Rundell
Eric Powell
tINI
Archie Hamilton
Eats Everything
Darren Emerson
Hybrasil
More TBA

Tuesday 18th July

Carl Cox
Nicole Moudaber
Dax J
Eric Powell
Cassy
The Martinez Brothers
Kerri Chandler
Nastia
​More TBA

Photo courtesy of Carl Cox