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  • Space (Club)
    by Oana_bic
  • Approx time is 3pm!
    Approx time is 3pm!
    by jaycee1401
  • SPACE CONTRUCTION
    SPACE CONTRUCTION
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    Space: Daylife? Not any more!

    by JulesH Updated Jun 26, 2012

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    A Different kind of Space!

    This used to be the ultimate Ibiza clubbing experience! Back in the day (late 90s) you didn't used to truly feel part of the Ibiza clubbing scene until you had been out all night and decide rather than going to bed, you took a cab to Playa D'En Bossa to continue clubbing all day at Space! Once you made it past the doorstaff, who searched you for anything from drugs to cameras and could turn you away for not liking the look of you...(they could turn you away for not observing a certain standard of hygiene, which I have to admit got my vote!)...you'd find the most friendly atmosphere on the island! There was something about clubbing on the terrace in the sunshine which made everyone smile! No queues at the bar as no-one can afford to drink even water here. You are looking at 7 euros for a bottle of water. I wouldn't be surprised if I had a drink and people started asking me to share it...I never minded either as they'd be so nice about it!

    Sadly the law has now changed and outlawed the marathon all day sessions, so while the club opens in daylight, around 7.30pm, it is strictly a nightime affair these days. The doors close at 6am (ish)

    Dress Code: The door staff have the ultimate power to send you home without giving a reason, so it's best to look as if you've made the effort! Fancy dress always goes down well...Spiderman was there when we went! Ladies...try to make your bikini look clubby rather than beachy. Beachwear is not strictly forbidden, but you must wear something on your feet.

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    Space (Club): Space Ibiza - Your afterparty Place

    by jrs1985 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Space is an after-hours club (meaning it opens at 8 am). After you've gone out the night before, you can now go out yet again! Not only are they open in the mornings, but they also now offer some night time parties like the rest of the big clubs. With some funky house blaring, come watch the sunrise as you dance into the afternoon.

    Price: 30-60 Euro for Sundays, 30-40 Euro on most other events

    SCHEDULE

    MORNING -

    Tuesday: Manumission Carry on - A carry-on of the infamous Manumission at Privilege.

    Wednesday: In Bed with Space - Don't go to sleep yet! Stick it out at Space for an amazing after hours party.

    Thursday: Fake - Come party it up with the clubbers here at Space.

    Friday: What's up? - A variety of music each week. Come listen to the sounds of some great DJs.

    Saturday: Matinee - Early Morning parties are good for the body!

    Sunday: We Love Space - Always Great DJs playing some great tunes all day long! In Ibiza, it's one of the biggest parties.

    EVENING -

    Tuesday: Carl Cox & Late Night Sessions - You guessed it. Carl Cox & his buddies serving up some mean beats to dance to.

    Wednesday:

    Thursday: Viva -Fundaci?n - Headlining Steve Lawler and often times other great DJs such as Sasha.

    Friday: La Communidad - Locals play for the crowd on friday nights!

    Saturday:

    Sunday: We Love Space - Always Great DJs playing some great tunes all day long! In Ibiza, it's one of the biggest parties.

    Dress Code: Dress Nicely

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    • Music
    • Study Abroad

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  • Space (Club): We love Sundays...

    by IbizaMusicCoUk Updated Jul 2, 2008

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    Seriously, I loved Pacha, but this day/night party is probably the best party on the island. The sound system in Space is fantastic (Funktion One to those in the know). Security is very good, but DON'T TURN UP LEGLESS, they will not let you in!

    Drinks are pricey, but you knew that already...

    Get along to the Sunday afternoon opening...from 4.30PM. You'll get a wrist band so you can go out of the club (you may need to purchase your ticket in advance from clubtickets.com) that way you'll get a free drink with each ticket & possibly the access to one trip out and return to the club.

    Bora Bora is about 5 minutes away...a Vodka and Lemon in Bora was 12 Euros which I though was a bloody rip off for an untidy beach bar full of drugies and freeloaders!

    Dress Code: Cool and smart 'beach' style is fine...I wore T-Shirt, Shorts and sandals!

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    Space (Club): IS 22 HOURS ENOUGH

    by pourparafor Updated Sep 4, 2005

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    SPACE CONTRUCTION

    DID YOU EVER WANT TO DANCE FOR 22 HOURS ON SUNDAY. YES, GO TO "WE LOVE SPACE" OPEN 8AM TIL 6AM MONDAY MORNING AND IF YOU STILL DID NOT GET ENOUGH GO TO DC 10 FOR CIRCOLOCO ON MONDAY. I AM GETTING OLD I ONLY MADE IT FOR 5 HOURS ON SUNDAY. EXPECT TO BE PATTED DOWN WHEN YOU ENTER. I THOUGHT THE SECURTY WERE KINDA A PAIN. THEY HAVE ODD HOURS CHECK THEIR CALENDER SOMETIMES IF YOU COME FROM ANOTHER CLUB AS AN EXAMPLE FROM MANUMISSION YOU GET A SPECIAL STUB WERE YOU CAN GET IN FOR 15 EUROS THE NEXT MORNING. CLOSED ON MONDAY'S

    Dress Code: JUST WEAR SOMETHING COMFORTABLE TO DANCE FOR LONG PERIODS

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  • Space (Club): We love Sundays!!

    by klubkidd80 Written Apr 30, 2005

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    Space best experienced on a Sunday afternoon for the popular "we Love..." parties. Funky house on the terrace and tech and progressive beats inside.

    Dress Code: Anything goes....from flashy to beach apparell. Lots of sunglasses and lots of fans.

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    Space (Club): 'Ibiza Day Club'

    by jaycee1401 Updated Jan 20, 2005

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    Approx time is 3pm!

    OK. This is an experience and a half for any clubber. Imagine coming out of a big club at 7:00am and then rolling into Space for the day. It's got an unbelievable atmosphere, normally due to people coming for the first time and never having experienced a day club before. But also your regular Space lovers. In 2003 alot more people were going to DC10's which is another day/night club.

    I would recommend coming about 12:00pm when its not to empty and the terrace is open.

    Prices are round about 35-45 euro's to get in. (price's rocketed in 2003)

    I went again in 2004 and is as busy as ever. Get a stamp to go over to Bora Bora for a bit too.

    Dress Code: What dress code? You could come in here dressed as Osama Bin Laden with his passport and no one would say a thing!

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  • Space (Club): Gotta Party Here!

    by OneWill Written Dec 19, 2004

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    This is one of the coolest club I've been to...it's absolutely HUGE! We waited in line for a long time on Sunday morning. We showed up about two hours after opening and the place was PACKED! We went with the lower priced entry tickets (roughly USD $15-$20) only to find out that if we left to get food or something, we had to pay another cover charge and wait in line. We partied til our legs hurt and our stomachs were growling then left. We later went to a local bar and had a blast.

    Dress Code: No dress code really. There were people wearing just about anything you can imagine. Feel free to be creative.

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    • School Holidays

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    Space: Space, The Best Club In The World

    by badgirljessica Updated Oct 8, 2004

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    On the terrace

    The Space terrace is my spiritual home.

    Space is the best club in the world. We Love Sundays @ Space are the most popular and legendary parties. You can dance on the terrace in the sun to Balearic beats all day long, screaming as planes fly overhead bringing more people to the island, munted out of your mind, and feeling the thick vibes. Or you can dance inside to darker beats, lost in your own vibe. You can dance to edgey beats in the smaller more intimate upstairs room. You can even sit in tubes or on foam furniture soaking up the sun on the top level chill out terrace. You can buy merchandise in the gift shop, and you can even get a massage or have a seat at the flavored oxygen bar in the lobby.

    There are 22 hours of dancing possible. Sunday resident DJ Steve Lawler will blow your mind along with others such as Jose de Divina, Sin Plomo, Jonathan Ulysses, Reche, Voodoo & Serrano, and whatever other headliners are on the bill that day.

    Tickets are usually ~40-50 euros and include one drink. Cameras are not allowed and you can check them at the door for 2 euros. Vodka lemons are ~12 euros, beers are ~10 euros, and water is 8 euros.

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    Space (Club): Outdoor Party

    by Jmill42 Written Mar 5, 2004

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    Terrace at Space

    Space is famous for its outdoor terrace party and the deeper and darker grooves it plays in its trance room inside. It is a crazy fun time, plus you can finally get a good look at who you've been talking to in the dark for the past 4 hours. Sunday's at Space are the headline night, but this past summer when I was there, Carl Cox played on Tuesdays, and this is when I went. It was everything that I had heard, but the inside room was really cooler than I expected, and I thwarted Carl Cox many times, just so I could go chill out inside.

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    Space: Space

    by Beach_dog Updated Dec 21, 2002

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    One of the more unusual clubs, Space is a must on a visit here. The best time is the all day party on Sundays, often you will see a celebrety or two attending. I once saw Elle MacPherson doing her stint on the dancefloor in a bikini ;0)
    The Tuesday morning follow on party from 'Manumission' is also a must (doors open at 08:00). The 'normal' tourists actually gather in the car park to watch the coachloads of all night partiers arrive. Its quite a sight.
    The club has indoor and outdoor areas, with a swimming pool for the daytime.

    Dress Code: Smart, bring beachwear for the pool.

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    Space Club: Space Club

    by CarolynShort Written Oct 17, 2002

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    Open 8am-afternoon (most days) and sometimes midnight-6am aswell....When you don't want to go home after clubbing the night away in one of the other mega-clubs in Ibiza, continue the partying at Space, on the outside terrace (listening to the music and low-flying airplanes!)or inside. It's probably my favourite club - more of a mixture of people and nationalities.

    Dress Code: These are postcards I bought, which might help, or check out the website

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    Space (Club): Carl Cox Tuesday night

    by Oana_bic Written Sep 15, 2005

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    Slightly disspointed by the venue (specially after Manumission night at Priveledge), the crowd was quite young but the music and the vibe were great!

    Dress Code: Cool

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