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Space In The Park will "recreate the different moods" of the iconic venue in Ibiza this August

Space In The Park will take place on August 9 and 16

  • Words: Seb Wheeler | Image: Phrank
  • 24 July 2017

Space In The Park will recreate the atmosphere of the legendary venue at Benimussa Park (pictured above) in Ibiza this August.

The party series, which is hosted by Game Over, the promoters responsible for Carl Cox's triumphant recent parties at Privilege, will take place on August 9 and 16 from 5pm to 11pm. Line-ups have yet to be announced but Game Over's Eóin Smyth revealed to Mixmag that the vibe will be very special indeed.

He told us: “For the Space In The Park events we’ll be recreating the different moods we all loved in Space. The Main Stage at Benimussa will be renamed the Discoteca. The Living Room will become the Premier Etage. The Seal Pit will become the Sunset Terrace, that kind of thing."

Benimussa Park is the site of famed Ibiza open airs such as Zoo Project and Game Over knows the venue well, having hosted events there previously.

"When we held the Carl Cox party at Benimussa last year we started at noon, which created a real festival vibe. But there are obviously legislative limits in place that we have to comply with. But if we get the go-ahead, the plan is to open a little earlier than the 5pm start time today," Smyth added.

While plans for Space In The Park were unveiled earlier this year, this is the first time that fine details of the production have been announced. Space diehards sound like they're in for a treat.

Some names for the parties will be released, while "heavyweight" acts will remain a surprise and you can cop tickets here.

Game Over also hosts a handful of If You Know You Know parties at Benimussa Park this season, the first of which happened last week with a back-to-back from Carl Cox and The Martinez Bros.

See what Space owner Pepe Rosello has to say on Space In The Park below.

Seb Wheeler is Mixmag's Head Of Digital. Follow him on Twitter

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