booka shade largeWalter Merziger and Arno Kammermeier are the names of these two multitalented german guys forming Booka Shade, a great duo who will be joining us at the party that's been pointing the start of the season in the white island for more than 20 years, Space Opening Fiesta. Along the german duo, Space Ibiza Opening will be counting on big headliners such as 2Many Djs, Bushwacka, Charlie Hedges, Groove Armada or Felix da Housecat to name but a few. Next May 26th, it's not just about and armed line up ready to rock the seething floor, it's about a range of artists ready to celebrate an exceptional musical season.


The Dj couple started in the 90's under the Synth-Pop wave, growing, evolving and finally adapting to the new industry trends. It was the beginning of the new century when they decided to get into the clubbing scenario. From this point on, their professional career kept an ever-increasing level till founding, with M.A.N.D.Y and DJ T, Get Physical label. A label nowadays is one of the most important in the international electronic scene.


Booka Shade's development moved up into the electronic house where they released, in 2004, the album "Memento" from. The single "Body Language" became "Ibiza Track of the Season in 2005". From this moment, Booka Shade started to achieve success, collaborating with artists like Tahiti 80, The Knife, Tiga or Moderat.


Besides having Booka Shade in the Space Opening Fiesta, next August 30th Clandestin will also be present at this historical duo that will get the crowds vibrating with their Tech and Deep House sounds and a complete brand new staging.


Space Ibiza, a club that gave the first steps into the construction of what we now understand by Ibiza, will embrace Booka Shade in these two dates (Opening Fiesta next May 26th and Clandestin next August 30th) to celebrate the beginning of a new season:


"There is more to the island, it's a beautiful place, everyone whose been there is able to talk about the same thing" (Booka Shade)






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