As of 2014, there is no more Eden on the island of Ibiza. The San Antonio club that was known as Eden for the last fifteen years is now Gatecrasher.
Spotlight welcomes new beginnings, but it's always important to remember the island's clubbing history too...
Eden was the second superclub of San Antonio, which changed hands last winter to Dutch owner and entrepeneur Michael van de Kuit and received a complete architectural, aesthetic and musical make-over for the 2013 season.
Eden has previously been home to high profile events like Pete Tong, Gatecrasher, Godskitchen and more. Back in the 1990s Eden was a notorious venue called the Star Club, which eventually morphed into Kaos before finally becoming Eden in the winter of 1999. Appropriating the symbol of the competition directly across - Es Paradis's apple - it was a signal of their intent to raise the stakes of the San Antonio clubbing scene. The close proximity has also helped keep both clubs on their toes, as little more than a few metres separates their front entrance, which are directly opposite each other.
After its refurbishment Eden really made a mark on the San Antonio nightlife scene, it's curved and cavernous interior designed as a modern interpretation of the Garden of Eden.
Big news for San Antonio and for Ibiza 2014.
Eden's evolved realisation of Jules' residency brings a touch of tough physicality.
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Brand new workers party at Eden launches tonight with a very special guest. Get involved.
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Eden is back on the map.
A top-to-bottom refit, some huge residencies and a VOID sound system definitely sounds like my kind
Theatre of the absurd indeed!
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