The super-modern club Hï Ibiza is definitely worth a visit, even if it is just because of its history! Located on the main road in the tourist resort of Playa d’en Bossa, it opened on 28 May 2017, on the site of the legendary club Space.
A little bit about that history...
Space opened its doors in 1986, in those days still combined with the Aguamar water park. Only when Pepe Rosello took over the space in 1989 did it become an award-winning dance club. He got the licence to stay open all day, as long as he closed up for two hours somewhere in the day. That meant there were dance parties on the terrace in the morning while the planes flew overhead. Carl Cox was the resident DJ for 15 years, with nights like "We Love Space on the Terrace" and "Music is Revolution".
The closing of Space on 2 October 2016 caused a lot of commotion. After 27 years - the end of an era - came the run on tickets, hours of waiting in line, and Carl Cox and Pepe on stage during his last track, Angie Stone – “Wish I Didn’t Miss You", with diehard original clubbers in tears.
Ushuaïa Entertainment (Matutes family) took Space on and transformed it into one of the world's most modern clubs, featuring an excellent sound system, the most beautiful light shows, three rooms, two terraces and even vinyl DJs in the toilets.
For the summer of 2017, Hï has contracted DJs like Black Coffee (18 Saturdays), Armin van Buuren (13 Wednesdays) and 21-year-old Martin Garrix (11 Mondays).
Hï has a large parking area, and because Ushuaïa must close at midnight, the clubbers only have to cross the road to carry on partying.
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