An incredible line-up in Glasgow

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Space Ibiza On Tour traveled to Glasgow to visit their Scottish friends and give them one of the best parties before the end of 2016. In particular, the best of electronic music under Space's umbrella moved to the incomparable O2 ABC Glasgow last 28 from December.


The cold of the city was not an impediment for the club to fill up to the flag. And is that the planned line-up for the night did not deserve less than a group delivered and eager to dance.


In the main room of The Albert Hall an amazing Carlo Lio left the audience astonished and above all, wanting more and of course, had more and by the hand of Dubfire, yes! The Iranian and one of the halves of Deep Dish delighted the audience with a mix of techno-minimal and progressive House ... leaving the bar of the night very high.


The British James Zabiela climbed into the DJ booth to keep the hight atmosphere of the night and of course, lift it even more. An spectacular set of Tech-House  and of course, with those breakbeat touches that make James so special . The loops and effects in his session were not lacking either.


And to end the night, the young Jamie Roy, a native of Glasgow, jumped up into the cabin with astounding energy and offered his audience the best of himself.


The curtain has finally drawn on Space Ibiza after 27 years at the centre of global club culture. Space has been voted the world’s number one club on numerous occasions and this years emotional closing parties reminded us all of the role it played in the development of electronic music as a whole. The Space Ibiza Team bring their unique brand of magic and 27 years of experience at the forefront of electronic music to deliver what will be a unique experience for clubbers.

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