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Watch the final ever Space Ibiza Closing On BE AT TV


Carl Cox Space

The world’s premier streaming service, BE-AT.TV, has pulled out all the stops and in the next few weeks is bringing you the most essential closing parties of Ibiza’s 2016 season. The most historical and groundbreaking of these will be Space Ibiza, which closes down in style after 27 years with more than 44 DJs playing, and all being streamed live into your living room in high definition.

Following a truly historic ‪night on September 20th when Carl Cox played all night and closed down The Final Chapter of his legendary Revolution night in real style, BE-AT.TV allowed you to be right at the heart of the action, with HD video and high quality audio offering you a truly authentic experience no matter where you are in the world.  Some stats on that Carl Cox stream show how wide the appeal of BE-AT.TV really is, with 22,348,318 people reached, 4,049,900 viewers, 246,522 interactions, 109,216 comments and 54,341 shares in all during the LIVE stream. Many more have watched it since.

One of the most talked about is of course the sure to be tearful and iconic final party at Space today, October 2nd. All of the action from the car park, discotec and covered terrace will be streamed by BE-AT.TV, with sets from 44 different stars all set to feature in what is surely the most artists ever streamed in one sitting. Just about everyone including Carl Cox, Tale of Us, Sasha, Darius Syrossian, Steve Bug, Andhim, Josh Wink, Kölsch, David Morales, James Zabiela, Anja Schneider Roger Sanchez, Riva Starr and many more will all feature.

Overall Links
DISCOTECA – http://www.be-at.tv/KewHAA
TERRAZA – http://www.be-at.tv/wuwHAA
ULTRA PRESENTS: FLIGHT ARENA – http://www.be-at.tv/w_wHAA
ON THE GROUND – http://www.be-at.tv/He4HAA

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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