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Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

“Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened” – Kyle Phillips, San Antonio PR Manager.

255 hours of dancing, 510,000 flyers, 51,000 posters, 17 Sundays, 250+ Djs, countless drinks tickets and 100,000+ satisfied customers since our opening party, the We Love Sundays At Space 2014 season came to an end on September 28th with one of our finest parties of the Summer. As always it is near impossible to try and describe the party with words so for this event we would like to say a huge thanks to all the DJs who helped us close out the season in such fine style and more importantly to all of you who came and danced with us!

We Love… Rudimental, Annie Mac, James Zabiela, Skream, Gorgon City, Paul Woolford, Bicep, Ben UFO, Midland, DJ EZ, A Skillz, Amp & Deck, Jem Haynes, Jason Bye, Ian Blevins, Ryan O’Gorman, Alfredo, Mr Doris, Jaime Fiorito, David Phillips, Daisy Heartbreaker, Andy Carroll, Andy Baxter, Mo Funk, Kevin Cutts, Dave Chambers, Tony Haze.

We Love… Sundays, We Love… Space, We Love… You!










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Saturday, September 20th, 2014


On Sunday 28th September we celebrate one last Sunday of what has been a fantastic 2014 season. Our opening party back in June feels like a lifetime ago but it has only been 17 Sundays since we opened Space’s doors for the 16th season of We Love Sundays at Space. For the first time in 6 years we opened Space during the day as the Sunset Terrace became home to our Stripped concept. Unannounced DJs playing daytime sets on the open-air terrace to a music loving crowd. Stripped has given us some of our favourite memories over the Summer with secret sets from Shaun Reeves, Hector, Bushwacka, Rossko, Burnski, Bill Patrick, Carl Cox and many many more along with our trusted residents. For our closing party expect to see some of our previous guests along with a VERY special performance from none other than DJ EZ. For this very special show we have decided to break tradition and announce his appearance as we feel a legend like this should be shouted about from the roof tops. Stripped runs for one last time this season from 16:30 – 00:00 on the sunset terrace, one last chance for a daytime dance!

Having destroyed our opening party we welcome back the fantastic Rudimental to the cavernous main room. Rudimental brought an untouchable energy to their first set 17 weeks ago and we are sure they will do the same again this time around. Queen of the airwaves Annie Mac is back for her third We Love show of the summer having played at Space’s 25th birthday party in July and helped Disclosure round out their Wild Life residency last week. We Love Annie Mac! We Love resident extraordinaire and Born Electric head James Zabiela rounds out another sterling summer having proved many times this year why he sits among our favourite ever DJs. James will play the closing set in the Discoteca as has become somewhat of a tradition for our closing fiestas. As if the main room wasn’t stacked enough already we also have the ascendent Gorgon City in the mix. Surely set for superstardom Gorgon City are already proving their class at shows across the globe and with the release of their debut album pending, they are poised to take the world by storm. Long serving residents Jem Haynes and Jason Bye are on warm up duties in the main room playing back to back from 23:30.


Over on the Terrace it’s a resident’s affair. New to the We Love family in 2014 Skream has fit right in and brings his Skreamizm brand to the Terrace for one last time. Opening the room residents Ben UFO and Midland play back to back for the second time this summer with Midland making his Terrace debut. On Saturday 27th Bicep take control of possibly the most prestigious 2 hours of radio around as they make their Essential Mix debut. From the apex of broadcasting to the most revered of stages in two days Bicep make their fourth and final Terrace appearance of the summer on Sunday 28th. Over our 16 year history the Terrace has seen many changes and thousands of DJs try to tame it’s dance floor, there are a handful of DJs in the world capable of doing so and even fewer who do it with ease and to a consistently mind blowing standard. Paul Woolford is one of the few and we welcome him back once more as we say goodbye to another fantastic season.


As always We Love Sundays at Space is much more than just the two main rooms as we take over the club in it’s entirety from start to finish. As Stripped closes and the sun sets Mr Doris takes over the Sunset Terrace with After Dark. The fantastic A Skillz joins Mr Doris once again and local lads Mo’ Funk and Kevin Kutts close us out along with a special performance from Dave Chambers who plays his 3rd consecutive We Love closing fiesta. In El Salon the Lo Cura Lounge crew are back in effect with David Phillips, Daisy Heartbreaker and Amp & Deck providing the soundtrack. Up on the Premier Etage residents Andy Carroll and Ian Blevins take control once again in the most balearic of settings.

Tickets for this event are flying out and as two of our september shows sold out in advance we suggest you act fast. Last remaining tickets available here.

We Love Sundays, We Love Space, We Love You!



Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

The third and penultimate WIld Life show at We Love Sundays At Space on 17th August saw Disclosure invite a cross-section of talent from across the dance music spectrum to join them in Space’s Discoteca and Terrace. We Love resident Jason Bye opened the main room with a garage tinged house set followed by an absolute masterclass from Detroit’s finest Carl Craig. Carl’s pedigree is unquestionable and he took a bustling Discoteca to full capacity over the course of a carefully crafted, considered and powerful set. Next up Disclosure took to the decks. An acapella of When A Fire Starts To Burn signalled the start of their set before the first kick drum dropped, single handedly exploding the Discoteca dancefloor. Their set reflected the diversity of the lineup that night covering everything from Detroit Techno, low slung House and the crossover garage-house sound from which they made their name. Sets covering such a broad range of music can often sound disjointed but this was definitely not the case here, a testament to the skill level and maturity Disclosure display in not only their live shows but also in their DJ sets. We Love resident Skream closed the room out with a bang, taking the opportunity afforded by a closing set to stretch his legs a bit a really delivered, rave was the name of the game!

On the Terrace long serving We Love residents Bicep opened the room up with an extend set. This being the duo’s third Terrace set of the summer they are really starting to get to know the room and know when it’s possible to take a few risks and boy did those risks pay off. Deeper moments followed by Acid stabs kept the dancefloor on their toes for the duration. Next up Henrik Schwarz. Henrik has long been a favourite in the We Love office, his music fits so perfectly with the Terrace that his sets are always marked in the calendar from early on and eagerly anticipated. His live show was, as expected, technically perfect and roof raising. Residents once again took the closing set on the Terrace as Dusky played their third and penultimate show of the summer. Bridging the gap between house and techno they closed the room out in fine style, judging the required tempo perfectly to keep a crowd going 15 hours into a marathon Sunday Session.

As always the party started out on the Sunset Terrace at 16:30 with Stripped and a host of surprise guests. This week We Love resident Jem Haynes was joined by guests Dosem, Onno and Jon Woodall all of whom delivered great sets, soundtracking an afternoon in the sun and providing the perfect start to the night ahead. After midnight and After Dark, Mr Doris invited island resident Mo’ Funk and Kevin Kutts to join him on the Sunset Terrace and Ian Blevins and Brydie Tong took control of the Premier Etage. Lo Cura Lounge made a welcome return to El Salon with main man David Phillips inviting Brian Beezwax, Robert Cashin and Soul Drops man Fabrizio to join the party.

The final Wild Life show on September 14th will be the last place to see Disclosure in Ibiza this summer. They play live in the Discoteca with special guests Annie Mac, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Breach, Paul Woolford, Soul Clap, PBR Streetgang and more all appearing too. Final release tickets for this event are available here.

We Love Sundays, We Love Space, We Love Disclosure!






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Friday, August 22nd, 2014


On Sunday 7th September we are very happy to present the first ever Ibiza event curated by the epoch defining The Warehouse Project. Having dominated club land in the North of England for close to a decade now this very special collaboration with We Love Sundays At Space precedes the opening of their 9th WHP season in Manchester and marks their Space and Ibiza debut. Headlining the event Nicolas Jaar makes his one and only Ibiza appearance of 2014 DJing in the Discoteca alongside Joy Orbison and George Fitzgerald who play back to back and WHP residents Krysko & Greg Lord. Nicolas Jaar’s cult status is perhaps nowhere more prominent than in Ibiza. His music resonates so strongly with the island’s counter culture and the rarity of his gigs on the island means that this performance is set to be as seminal as the first ever Ibiza WHP show deserves. Joy Orbison’s status in Ibiza appears on the same trajectory as Nico’s with an already devoted following after less than a handful of island performances to his name. As per the We Love Space 2013 opening party he plays b2b in the Discoteca but this time around with We Love and WHP favourite George Fitzgerald. WHP residents Greg Lord & Krysko close the main room making their We Love Sundays At Space debuts and We Love resident Ryan O’Gorman warms things up.

The Terrace sees another debut performance in the form of none other than Kerri Chandler. As a legend of the scene, Kerri’s musical legacy is well documented, as is his recent history with Ibiza. A true pioneer and leader in the field Kerri plays an exclusive Terrace set, in a room perhaps as synonymous with house music as he is. This one-off performance is not to be missed. Next on the bill on the Terrace Edible man Eats Everything makes his second We Love appearance of the summer playing this time back to back with Richy Ahmed, another artist who makes his We Love Sundays At Space debut for this specially curated WHP event. Richy and Eats play an extended 4 hour closing set. Also appearing the effortlessly cool Benoit & Sergio play live for the first time ever at We Love Sundays at Space representing the stylish side of house and electronica.

As always We Love Sundays at Space kicks things off on the Sunset Terrace with Stripped and a host of special unannounced guests. For this special event Stripped joins forces with Manchester promoters Kaluki. At the cutting edge of house music’s new wave Kaluki have been consistently at the forefront of a sound they are now synonymous with, having championed many of it’s stars from very early on. Take a look at their past lineups to get an idea of what to expect when they join forces with We Love and Stripped for the first time. From midnight onwards the Sunset Terrace transforms yet again as Mr Doris continues his After Dark residency, joined this week by the fantastic DJ Cheeba.

On the Premier Etage Drop The Mustard continue the WHP takeover. Residents at the Manchester institution the Drop The Mustard DJs host the roof top arena all night from midnight until close. Over in El Salon Ibiza Spotlight round out their Space residency in style inviting Kenneth Bager to present Music For Dreams in the most intimate of Space’s 5 rooms.

The Warehouse Project’s Sam Kandel has this to say about the collaberation –

“The whole Warehouse Project team are very pleased to announce that we will be joining the We Love… family for one special night in Ibiza, at Space. To be honest we have had multiple requests over the years to do events in Ibiza and have always respectfully declined. But we felt this was a great opportunity to curate a special one-off event at what is without a doubt one of the greatest clubs on the planet. We have handpicked some artists who are very much at the core of WHP, and hopefully the event will feel quite distinctive within this summer’s Ibiza landscape.”
– Sam Kandel (WHP).

And our own musical director Andrew Livesey has a similar outlook on the event –

“Welcoming The Warehouse Project team to Ibiza for the first time is a great honor. Their events in Manchester are of the highest caliber and helped shape my personal understanding of clubbing from an early age having grown up in the city and attended the shows on a pretty much weekly basis. The lineup for this show is as stand-out as the event deserves and is by far my favourite of the summer. We Love The Warehouse Project!”

Tickets for this event are available here. Keep an eye on The Warehouse Project Facebook and Twitter pages for more info regarding this event along with their fantastic winter series in Manchester.


Saturday, August 16th, 2014

Well, what can we say? We were expecting August 10th to be one of THE parties of the summer but the actual event surpassed even our greatest expectations. On the second week in August we welcomed Loco Dice to the We Love family as he came to celebrate his birthday and play the first of only 2 shows for him in Ibiza this year. For this incredibly special event Dice invited a host of his friends and contemporaries along to join the party. Starting as always on the Sunset Terrace we got things underway at 16:30 with Sin Plomo kicking of the marathon 15 hour event. Next up Tobi Neumann soundtracked the end of the afternoon with Martin Buttrich playing live for the sunset set. At the stoke of 9pm our secret and very special guest took to the decks, none other than Carl Cox. It has been over 10 years since Carl played for We Love and this homecoming gig did not disappoint as he took the full to capacity Sunset Terrace through it’s paces before being joined by Loco Dice for an impromptu back to back set. Dice went on to close out the Sunset Terrace in formidable style as we were forced to open the rest of the club ahead of schedule due to a bursting at the seems Sunset Terrace.

First up Robert Dietz took over controls of the Discoteca followed by Josh Wink, Chris Liebing and Cirillo who played the closing set in there. On the Premier Etage Hip Hop was the order of the day with Chuck Flask, Nightmares on Wax and Crack T all delivering fantastic sets. In El Salon things took an acid twist with local favourites Paula Poletto and Franciso Allendes playing all night long and after midnight on the Sunset Terrace Pulshar and Vladimir Ivkovic brought an ambient set. With the whole club full to capacity by 01:30 each room was going off but it is fair to say that the Terrace was the focal point. Opening ahead of schedule tINI had the room full within minutes and set the stage perfectly for Guti who’s hour long live show was the ideal precursor to Loco Dice’s second set of the evening. The anticipation was palpable and the energy in the room was pointing towards Dice’s set being one for the history books. For an artist like Dice who has such a history with Ibiza and such a loyal following here it was a bold move to take a step back and only play 2 shows here this summer and this bold move certainly seemed to have payed off as what felt like the whole island squeezed their way into the Terrace to witness this homecoming set. Powerful, relentless, energetic and uncompromising; Dice took control of the Terrace for the next 5 hours well and truly proved his status as on of the premier DJs in the world.

Check out a selection of pics from the event below and head here for the full photo album.

We Love Space, We Love Sundays, We Love Loco Dice!








Wednesday, July 30th, 2014

Sunday 20th July has gone down as one of our favourite parties in We Love’s 16 year history. From start to finish the 15 hour party had the whole club smiling from ear to ear and every single act brought their A game. As always we started things off on the Sunset Terrace at 16:30 with Stripped and a series of unannounced secret guests. Ian Blevins kicked things off warming things up for local lad Tom Peppe before special guests Shaun Reeves and Ryan Crossan played an extend back to back set. Ian Blevins returned for the final Stripped set playing back to back with Jason Bye.

And then onto the main event, Disclsoure Present Wild Life! The Discoteca opened first with resident Jem Haynes playing before Detroit’s finest live act Octave One stepped up and delivered one of the sets of the evening. By this point the whole club was at capacity and headliners Disclosure took to the stage. The following two hours were a masterclass in house, techno and all things in between. Having proved themselves as the premier Live act in the world back in June, with this DJ set Disclosure showed a level of craftsmanship, skill and finesse often thought to be the reserve of the elder statesmen of the scene setting them at the top of this craft too. We really do love Disclosure! Taking to the decks after Disclosure is no mean feat but Dusky were more than up to the task. The tempo and energy this duo manage to maintain in there sets is quite extraordinary and with this set they showed why they are fast becoming some of the most in-demand DJs around. Closing the room out in style Midland kept the tempo up and took the opportunity afforded by a later set than he is accustomed to to flex his big room muscles. To put it simply the Discoteca was going off from doors open to doors close!

Over on the Terrace an extended set from Visionquest opened the room in sophisticated style bringing the room to boiling point with wave after wave of acid tinged house, really classy stuff. Next up We Love residents Bicep took control of proceedings and delivered one of their best sets in 6 years of playing at We Love. Edible man Eats Everything was on closing duties and did not disappoint. With almost unrivalled technical ability and a great record bag Eats has become one of Ibiza’s most hyped acts and rightly so. Two hours into his set he invited a few guests to join him in the booth and the night was closed out by a back to back to back session from Eats Everything, Bicep and Disclosure. A great way to finish one of our favourite parties to date.

The rest of the club was bouncing all night long with a few standout sets from Nickodemus playing for After Dark and Mo ‘Funk playing in El Salon for Mustachio.

We still have two more Wild Life parties left to go this Summer on August 17th and September 14th.







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We Love Space, We Love Wild Life, We Love Disclosure!


Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014

As we near the halfway point of the Summer season the list of highlights gets longer and longer. Our Opening Party already seems like a lifetime ago and the last 7 weeks blur into a hazy memory of sunny afternoons, sweaty nights and fantastic music. Taking a look ahead at the month to come August looks set to provide as many talking points as the parties passed. Starting things off on August 3rd we are very happy to present a very special event in collaboration with BBC Radio 1 and the fantastic Essential Mix as part of the Radio 1 Ibiza Weekender.


For this special event We Love resident Skream hosts the Discoteca as part of his monthly Skreamizm takeovers and his mix will be recorded live for broadcast on the Essential mix. Joining him in the main room for the first time in 7 years of playing We Love (all previous appearances have been on the Terrace) Âme plays a much anticipated Techno set. Dense & Pika return for the second year running representing the cutting edge of Techno and fresh from his highly acclaimed Essential mix Jasper James makes his We Love and Space debut. Also appearing Joris Voorn plays his only Terrace set of the Summer after a fantastic main room appearance back in June and we are very happy to welcome DJ W!LD to the We Love fold with a one off performance. Technasia completes the bill on the Terrace and plays an extended closing set. We Love the Essential Mix!


Put simply August 10th looks set to be THE event of the Summer. On the second sunday in August we are very proud to present Loco Dice’s birthday party aptly titled “AUGUST X“. For this exclusive We Love Sundays At Space event Dice has invited his friends and contemporaries, covering Space’s 5 rooms from start to finish. The 15 hour event will see 2 appearances from the man himself, an afternoon Sunset Terrace set and a main Terrace closing set. The lists of artists joining Dice is simply huge and along with those listed on the poster above expect some very special guests coming to celebrate this one off birthday event. Watch this Space for full runtimes and more info. Tickets for this event are flying and we expect it to sell out so act fast to avoid disappointment. Final release available here. We Love Loco Dice!


Three weeks into August and there is not letting up as Disclosure present their third exclusive Wild Life event at We Love Sundays At Space. Everyone who has attended either of the two previous Wild Life shows will testify to just how mind blowing these have been and the lineup for August 17th looks set to trump even the previous two. Disclosure are at the very apex of the current dance music crossover phenomenon and the bill around them reflects a mix of the new cool (Skream, Bicep, Dusky), the old school (Carl Craig) and the effortlessly cool (Henrik Schwarz). A varied mix of guests for sure but all with a common theme, fantastic music and each amazing artists in their own rights. We Love Wild Life!


On August 24th we welcome back original We Love Space resident Danny Tenaglia. The role Danny Tenaglia played in shaping the history of We Love, Space and Ibiza in general cannot be overstated. His residency defined an era in dance music history and paved the way for modern DJing. It is with great pleasure that we welcome Danny back for this exclusive Terrace performance and he will be joined by another Terrace statesman and We Love resident Paul Woolford. Completing the bill in this room the ascendent Hot Since 82 makes his only We Love Sundays appearance of the Summer. Over in the Discoteca another original We Love Sundays At Space resident Sasha continues his Last Night On Earth takeovers inviting special guests Julio Bashmore and Catz ‘N Dogz to join him. We Love Sasha, We Love Danny Tenaglia!


August 31st completes a 5 sunday month and we close August out in Style. Superstylers Groove Armada are back on the Terrace for their only Space appearance of the Summer. Their shows over the last few years in this room have become the stuff of legend and being their only one of the Summer we can only imagine how far the roof is going to be blown off for this set. We Love favourite Kölsch makes a welcome return and Fuse residents Enzo Siragusa and Rossko play back to back for their debut Terrace gig. Over in the Discoteca James Zabiela hosts Born Electric once again and invites Daniel Avery who plays back to back with Ivan Smagghe and Ben UFO who plays back to back with Midland. A trio of B2Bs, the return of Kölsch, maestro James Zabiela and Groove Armada’s only Terrace performance of the year, We Love Sundays At Space!

Tickets for all these events are available here. Keep up to date with all We Love goings on on our Facebook and Twitter and keep your ear to the ground if you are on the island for info on our secret Stripped events which we haven’t even touched on here. We Love August!


Tuesday, July 15th, 2014


This Sunday Disclosure present the second instalment of their exclusive Wild Life events at We Love Sundays At Space. The first edition back in June was out biggest party to date and this week’s looks set to trump even that. Joining Disclosure in the main room Detroit’s finest Octave One perform live for their only We Love show of the Summer. We Love residents Dusky make their second appearance fresh from the release of their new EP Love Taking Over, the debut release from their own label 17 Steps. Completing the lineup Midland makes a very welcome return to the We Love fold after two amazing set with us last year. Over on the Terrace the lineup continues to get bigger and bigger. The ascendent Eats Everything closes the room and we have an extended set from the fantastic Visionquest. Everybody’s favourite Northern Irish duo Bicep complete the bill for their second Terrace show of 2014.

Check the video below for a taster of what happened last time Disclosure came to play!

As always the We Love Sundays At Space experience covers Space’s 5 arenas and Stripped is back on the Sunset Terrace with some VERY special secret guests from 16:30. We’re not giving anything away this week but it’s not something you’ll want to miss that’s for sure! After midnight Mr Doris takes over once again with Nickodemus joining him. On the Premier Etage Andy Carroll, Marc Roberts and Jon Woodall take care of business and Mustachio host El Salon with Mo Funk, Alice Q and Tom Crane on DJ duties.

Tickets for this event are available here and are flying out. Last month’s show was a complete sell out so act fast to avoid disappointment!

We Love Sundays, We Love Space, We Love Wild Life, We Love Disclosure!




Saturday, June 28th, 2014

For the past 3 weeks our afternoon experiment has been bubbling away on the Sunset Terrace. Stripped is our antidote to VIP club culture and musical snobbery and puts the focus firmly back on the party. Each week we open Space’s fantastic outdoor Sunset Terrace at 16:30 and each week a completely unannounced line up supplies the soundtrack. The lineups for the rest of the summer will remain completely secret each week but we can now reveal who has played so far.


For our opening party on June 8th Space opened it’s doors in the afternoon for the first time in 5 years (excluding their fantastic opening and closing parties of course) and Stripped was born, giving new life to daytime clubbing in the room that it was invented in. Providing the soundtrack that week were the extremely talented Rossko of Fuse fame, Ibiza Global Radio’s David Moreno, Visionquest’s Shaun Reeves, Space Terrace favourite Bushwacka! and We Love resident Jem Haynes.


The DJs at the opening party set the standards extremely high with all the guests bringing their A game. With good music at its heart the point about Stripped is that it is a party for everyone to enjoy in the same way, there’s no VIP area, no velvet ropes, no segregation. Ibiza is a notoriously expensive place to party and door prices can be prohibitively high but with Stripped an unannounced lineup allows us to keep ticket prices down and from now until the end of the Summer it is only 10 euros entrance with a flyer or wristband from one of our PR team.


Daytime clubbing is as synonymous with the Space Terrace as Sunsets are with Cafe Del Mar. From it’s inception 25 years ago Space was a daytime venue and back in the day the Terrace was the only place to spend your Sunday afternoons. Now We Love is “back in the day” once again and Stripped is filling a whole for locals and discerning holiday makers that has been present since the government put a stop to our 22 hour parties 6 years ago.


As production values for every party in Ibiza seem to get bigger and bigger the clubs have seen some breathtaking transformations for each event. As much as we appreciate the effort that goes into this and the results achieved our defining mantra has always been “We Love Space!” Stripped is a celebration of that fact, we don’t want to change or modify Space we want to appreciate it for what it is. Our first party on the Terrace 16 years ago had a blue Space flag behind the DJ booth which was pretty much the total “production” we had at the time. The flag is back for Stripped and there it shall stay all Summer.


On week 2 Shaun Reeves played for the second week running and really began to find a groove for the room. Also on this week local Ibizan DJs Rickzor & Rumme made their Stripped and We Love debut and made a great first impression. The booking of these 2 DJs came about after seeing them play at favourite Ibiza winter hang out Veto, their selection and mixing was impeccable and they proved that locals really do know best. Long serving islanders Jason Bye and Andy Baxter also played with the pair going back to back for the final hour from 11pm till midnight closing Stripped out in style.


Week 3 saw We Love resident Ryan O’Gorman make his Stripped debut and his closing set pre midnight went down as one of our favourites of the Summer. Jordan Peak, Hector and Shaun Reeves (for his third week in a row) all played fantastic sets and set the club up perfectly for the following 7 hours of what turned out to be a monster of a party as Disclosure brought their Wild Life event to We Love Sunday At Space for the first of four exclusive shows.


To get an idea of what stripped sounds like Ibiza Voice are hosting the first of four Stripped Mixes. Each mix comes from a stripped guest (past or future) and is a showcase of the sound of the Sunset Terrace. Each mix is completely anonymous to reflect the idea of the party. The first one is available to stream and download here.

We have some fantastic artists lined up over the coming months for Stripped but as always these will remain completely unannounced until after the event so to find out you’ll have to come down and check it out!

We Love Sundays, We Love Space, We Love Stripped!


Thursday, June 26th, 2014

WOW! Week 3 certainly went off with a bang. June 22nd was perhaps one of the most anticipated dates of the Ibiza calendar and it did not disappoint. The reason for this anticipation? Disclosure! Presenting for the first time ever in Ibiza, the UK chart topping duo brought their Wild Life brand to We Love Sundays At Space for the first of four exclusive shows. Their live performance was without doubt one of the highlights of the season so far with every record blowing the roof of a full to capacity Discoteca. The rest of the bill held their own equally well alongside the superstar brothers. Derrick May closed the room after the Disclosure Live show and matched them beat for beat in a master class of house and Techno. Derrick is the godfather of Detroit Techno, no doubt about it. Jonas Rathsman made his We Love debut and marked himself as one to watch in the future and over on the Terrace a fantastic 3 hour set from PBR Streetgang was followed by an equally inspiring 4.5 hour set from Innervisions man Ame.

As always the lineup for Stripped on the Sunset Terrace was completely unanounced but we can now reveal that Jordan Peak, Hector, Ryan O’Gorman and Shaun Reeves all played and delivered the goods. This part of the party is going from strength to strength etching it’s place as a locals favourite. We’ve got some amazing guests lineud up over the next few weeks but as always you need to be there to find out for yourselves who it is!

If you missed this landmark event fear not as we have 3 more Disclosure present Wild Life events over the course of the summer on July 20th, August 17th and September 14. Tickets for these events are already flying out so ask fast!