Monza will hold a residency at the Manchester mega-club's new white isle location.
Sankeys have unveiled plans for a new club in Ibiza, set to open its doors on Thursday, May 26th.
The Mancunian mega-club outlined details for the venue in a statement sent out this week. Located in Playa d'en Bossa, the club will have four main areas: a basement, a boutique, something called Spektrum and, naturally, a terrace. Monza Ibiza have been confirmed for the club's first residency. A former staple of Privilege, Monza have been without a home after their residency at Cova Santa fell apart last summer, leaving them to share the Space terrace with Come Together. As is their tradition, Monza will take care of Thursday nights on a weekly basis.
Sankeys Ibiza opens at the end of this month with three back-to-back parties, from Thursday the 26th through Sunday the 28th. The bill for the weekend includes Butch, Nima Gorji, John Dahlbäck and Alex Niggemann among others. After that, the club will close until June 22nd, and from there it will run every night until October 4th.
According to Sankeys, the new club is phase three of their "mission" to establish "Seven Sankeys of the World," with a New York location due to open by the end of this year. Club owner David Vincent, who got his feet wet in Ibiza promoting for Pacha in the '80s, had this to say:
"This really is a new beginning for the club, me as an individual and a pivotal time for Sankeys as we take Sankeys to NYC and continue to build on what we have created over in Manchester too."