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Wednesday, 09 September 2009 02:00


Space Ibiza has recovered the party successfully held ten years ago: Café Olé

Café Olé bids the summer farewell on Wednesday 23 September with a party that will bring together the DJs who have been on the decks over the last three months with a few more special guest appearances: Liz & Baker, Superlush DJs, Luque and Velarde, Javi Always, Iordee, Rafa Ariza, Michael Sanchez, Javier Elipe, Agus Árbol, Oriol Calvo, Paul Darey, Annemiek and Tato Sanchez.

Rebeka Brown also adds to the final party. The vocalist, versatile in her style, with solid musical training, is responsible for the clubs live act, which is always in itself a great event.

Café Olé has been mostly marketed as a Spanish night at the club this season, it's been a brilliant success that has been a wonderful experience to an audience that, although fundamentaly mostly go to Ibiza to enjoy the best international DJs night after night in the clubs of the world's clubbing Mecca, they have also enjoyed exploring and discovering the national product, and local spanish talent that Café Olé has brought to the party.
"People who came to Café Olé have found a fun, modern party, with stylish house and dance, mixed with great shows and with a lot of glamor, a successful and highly desirable combination," says Carlos Aparicio, Café Olé Management.
Superlush DJs, Javi Always, Iordee, Rafa Ariza, Velarde and Luque and Liz & Baker were the musical stars every Wednesday from Space Ibiza, all familiar names of a typical night in Madrid, Valencia and Barcelona, with a good legion of followers that the have accompanied this leap over to Space Ibiza. Alongside them other names such as Juanra Martinez, Gabriel Cubero, Allan Ramirez and Lee Stark.

But there's more... Designed as a great non-stop show, Café Olé has enjoyed great performances, like the singer Rebeka Brown, Head, next to DJ Taito Tikaro, the 'Real Thing', considered by DJMag year's theme. The extravagant and radiant Miss Davidolta pin-up Diana.

Lucero among the beautiful, were other attractions of a polisexual transgressive and uninhibited party.

Also a special mention to the extravagant costumes, worthy of the best Gaultier, and a team of dancers, who were simply breathtaking!