It's been a long 5 months since we were last here.
The awesome Space and DC10 closing parties were followed by farewells, flights and the flu. Life took on a more sober meaning as we realised it was all over for another year.
But time flies and the summer is only a few weeks away, so let's put the dismal weather to one side and look ahead to what we expect to be another fantastic year of Ibiza clubbing.
So let's crack on, starting with the big news of the pre-season so far – the announcement of Pete Tong leaving Pacha to bring his club night, Wonderland, to Eden every Friday.
Radio 1 DJ Pete Tong makes his way directly from Pure Pacha, where the crowds were as huge as the tunes he dropped.
It's a bold move for Tongy but fellow Radio 1 star, Judge Jules, has proved with Judgement Sunday that Eden can handle the big nights so we can only predict that this will be a sell out from the very start.
But it doesn't end there...as we hear of unconfirmed reports that Groove Armada will be hosting the back room on Fridays too.
We can only hold our collective breath for now but if it can be pulled off, then Friday nights at Eden will be explosive.
We'll bring you more news as it trickles through, but here are some important dates to remember...
Perhaps the most important date of the summer – and the most anticipated – is Sunday 1 June when the crowds turn up for the Space opening party.
Always a spectacular affair with an awesome dj line up and up-for-it crowd - if you still haven't been to a Space opening, then maybe this is the year ?
And finally for this week, Paul van Dyk once again returns to Cream at Amnesia this year.
We couldn't imagine a Cream summer without the German trance-meister, so we're happy to see him back for another season.
Van Dyk will be appearing on at least 8 exclusive dates for Cream.
Watch this space for all the club news as it happens...
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