As you all may know, the legendary Carl Cox, has a 50th birthday extravaganza planned in Ibiza approaching relatively fast. And if the lineup for Tuesday July 31st at Space wasn’t massive enough, he’s added an additional party on Monday, July 30th, 2012. Not only does this Monday lineup include the great Pete Tong, Igor Marijuan, Antz and Cox himself but it is also free. Safehouse Management is bringing you the 100% Ibiza party this Monday at the Sands Beach Club and Restaurant.
There’s no doubt about how special this upcoming week will be for Carl Cox. What better way to spend it Monday and Tuesday, “..at my favorite club in the world, on my favorite island. I’ll be surrounded by my friends and some of the best DJ talent around” says Cox.
Of course many of us, including myself, wish so very badly to be in Ibiza Tuesday at Space celebrating with Carl on his 50th. Well, thankfully BBC Radio 1 will be broadcasting highlights from the party at Space on Tuesday night. The broadcast will air a few days later on Friday, August 3rd as a special Ibiza Essential Mix from 11:00pm to 3:00am. Maybe you need a refreshment of the lineup which includes Pan-Pot, Lucca, Artwork & Dynamite MC, Andy C, Masters At Work, Carl and many more.
All artist on the lineup are amazingly talented and this will be the Space Ibiza premiere for Masters At Work. If you’re lucky enough to attend this party it will be one of the most memorable nights of the summer. If you’re tuning into the broadcast Friday it is certainly a broadcast you don’t want to miss!
In addition, I bet you thought you couldn’t personally wish Carl Cox a happy birthday right? Wrong! The Safehouse management team prepared a special e-card where you can upload a picture and type a message for anyone to sign. This will definitely be his biggest birthday card ever, which will be given to him in the form of a giant print out at Space on Tuesday!
To sign the card please visit: Sign Carl Cox’s Birthday Card
To tune in to the broadcast next Friday August 3rd at 11:00PM to 3:00AM Please visit: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/