Space Ibiza hasn’t even closed up for the final time but Carl Cox has already let slip that the club will not be going for good, with a new location offering the chance for the Ibiza institute to reopen at some point in the not-so-distant future. Suggesting that it’ll be “at least two years” before the new spot opens its doors, Cox admitted that whilst it was expected that his Music Is Revolution - The Final Chapter would be the end of the legendary club, “plans are on the table” for Space’s resurrection in 2018.
Cox may not be involved, however, as the big man explained that he was looking forward to getting a few days of his week off once his Space residency is over. Music Is Revolution has been contributing to the club’s unparalleled reputation for 15 years, having debuted in 2001 with an ethos of putting on new artists and big names alike. In the time since, Cox has established himself as one of the world’s favourite DJs, and Space has become the first name on many clubbers’ list of must visit nightspots, meaning that the closer on September 20th is likely to be an emotional occasion.
Words by Andrew Kemp
Photo courtesy of Space Ibiza