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2manydjs (DJ set), Danny Tenaglia, Darius Syrossian, Dennis Ferrer, Derrick Carter, Guti (live), Heidi, John Digweed, Nick Curly, Riva Starr and Yousef amongst the world’s DJ glitterati who will unite for the final season of Sundays at Space.

It is clear that no visit to Ibiza is complete until you’ve sampled the unique experience that Space has to offer, this summer will be your final chance to say ‘you were there’, that you danced on the legendary terrace and were blown away with the sheer atmosphere and sound quality of the main room.

Since 1999 Sundays at Space have always retained the ethic of love and togetherness, keeping the true spirit of Ibiza alive whilst showcasing the world’s most exciting, and as always diverse electronic music talent – through day and night. As Space marks its 27th anniversary this season it will undoubtedly continue to enforce why this venue has proudly earned its position as one of the world’s most celebrated and loved clubbing destinations. This year you will also find Ibiza’s most prominent and standout clubnight from 2015 Do Not Sleep hosting their weekly residency throughout the season.

With the introduction of a special ‘Weekend Pass’ being made available for those of you that want to push on through Saturday and Sunday. The new pass consists of entrance to ‘elrow’ on Saturday and the following ‘Space on Sunday’. Giving the holder access to both parties and re-entrace during the Space on Sunday event during the day – handy for refuelling and going out for dinner.

Sunset Terrace , Terraza, Discoteca and Premier Etage:

2manydjs (DJ set), After Dark presented by Mr Doris, Alan Fitzpatrick, Andy Baxter, Anja Schneider, Cajmere, Carlo Lio, Chus and Ceballos, Claptone, Danny Tenaglia, Darius Syrossian, Dave Seaman presents Selador , Deetron, Dennis Ferrer, Derrick Carter, DJ Callum, Doorly and Friends, Float Your Boat, Freemasons, Green Velvet, Guti (live), Hector Couto, Heidi, Jason Bye, Jesse Rose, John Digweed, Jonas  Rathsman, Junior Sanchez, Kenny Glasgow, Kolsch (DJ set), Mo’funk, Nathan Borato, Nick Curly, Paul Reynolds, Riva Starr, Sarah Main, Smoking Jo, Technasia, Tensnake, Tiga, Troupe, Yousef.
Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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