Its Space, but in Miami....
Space in its current form began in 1989 when Pepe Rosello, Ibiza nightclub owner since 1963, took over the establishment, which in the four years since it was built had housed a conference hall with a discothèque. The opening policy was from the beginning dovetailed to fit the Spanish licensing laws which state that an establishment must close for at least two hours a day.
The first DJs to shape the venue into the type of nightclub it currently is were Alex P and Brandon Block — two British club DJs and residents of Sunday Space Terrace — Space's outdoor terrace where airliners roar overhead. In fact, this open terrace and the roaring sound of the airliners breaking through the booming dance music has become one of the club's defining features. Since Amnesia and Privilege have had to encase their open-air dancefloors due to noise complaints from their neighbours, Space remains one of the few venues where clubgoers can have this experience, and the crowd's greeting of the arriving aircraft has also become a ritual among the club's patrons.
Other resident DJs that in large part are responsible for the club's popularity include Reche, Jose de Divina and Jon Ulysses. Space over the years has seen impromptu sets from DJs such as Carl Cox, Robbie Rivera, Sasha, Erick Morillo, Sven Väth, Paul Oakenfold, James Zabiela and many other world-class DJs. Space releases compilations every year via the Azuli label.
Space is now a worldwide brand with clubs all over the world. They are a major international dance music force to be reckoned with. And also to be enjoyed!