Friday 2nd September saw the arrival once again of Come Together at Space, where it is predominately known for uniting sounds and bringing people together from across the globe. The night is held in the centre of Playa d’en Bossa, Ibiza Town, where all the real ‘party people’ stay. The legendary venue offers you the real clubbing experience, mind blowing nights, on trend acts and world class DJs.
Overwhelmingly offering you six different areas in the club, which can guarantee to fulfill your musical taste in some way or the other, (however it is a shame their drink prices don’t do the same).
The main room otherwise known as Discoteca, continuously kept the crowd on their feet, leaving little space at times to move but it didn’t seem to faze anyone, especially when Tinie Tempah entered the stage. Being a fan or not, he really entertained the crowd with his commercial hits and the vibe around the venue was buzzing. Despite the intense heat everyone was infatuated by him.
It was clear people were happy to stay in one position which is a shame considering there were some other impressive DJs around doing their thing. Such as one part of Faze Action duo, Simon Lee in the Red Box room, which theme of the night was future disco. He kept his intimate crowd dancing away to his disco funk beats and no one seemed tireless. He played appropriate music for the Ibiza soul goers and ideally he would of really been appreciated downstairs.
Other acts of the night concluded of Nero, Pendulum (El Hornet DJ Set) inside the main room. The Sunset Terrace saw Push Push presents Elio Riso and Friends. With Jaguar Skills immediately coming on after Tinie Tempah so the crowd didn’t become restless.
A highlight for many I’m sure was witnessing the low flying planes while drinking cocktails on the terrance. It was a surreal moment which I hope I can capture again, one day.