The ENTER. party on Space Terrace dancefloor. 2015 - Credits : ENTER.

ENTER. parties will not return in Ibiza for 2016

Alexandre Trochut  - Editor in Chief
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The ENTER. party on Space Terrace dancefloor. 2015 - Credits : ENTER.

After four seasons in Ibiza, Richie Hawtin announced today through a statement on his Facebook page the departure of its beloved party, ENTER. and which – therefore – will not be returning to Ibiza this 2014 summer. 

After the huge surprise was the announcement of the closure of Space Ibiza after 2016 season followed by the last season for Carl Cox, this is a new thunderclap just darken the blue skies of Ibiza’ coming season. Hawtin’s decision, as he noted, is primarily bred out of his team’s ambition to further build ENTER. as an international brand that means to move the parties around the world than inside a residency.

Read Richie Hawtin’s full statement below:

I’m sure you all realize that my driving force comes from a unique mix of influences; music & creativity, inspiring technologies and the exciting challenge of pushing forward into the unknown. In this continuing search it’s always been important for me to trust my instincts and have the freedom to follow any of the pathways that unfold before me, no matter how unexpected they seem.

As my main project of the last four years, ENTER. was founded to bring a new type of clubbing experience to Ibiza; an eclectic mix of music programming, creative production techniques and cohesive design aesthetics. It is my belief that by combining these elements, a deeply immersive experience can be created. After fours year of ENTER.Ibiza events at Space Ibiza, I’m proud that we have successfully presented the island with a new level of detail & creativity.

However, it’s now time for ENTER. to TAKE THE NEXT STEP. in its development. Therefore ENTER. will not return to the island this season. ENTER. will continue to explore site specific events around the world based upon our core principles: Music. Sake. Technology. Experience.

I’d like to thank Pepe Rosello, Juan Arenas and all at Space Ibiza for being our home for the last four seasons and giving us the opportunity to realize and launch the ENTER. concept. I wish everyone an amazing last season and continued success in all your future endeavours.

I’d also like to thank my team, the artists, creatives, islanders and industry for the support and belief in the ENTER.Experience since day one. As we continue on this new exciting pathway of EXPLORATION and DISCOVERY, I look forward to seeing all of you around the world for the next exciting chapter !” – Richie Hawtin

ENTER. residency became a lighthouse of the island’s most venerated techno lovers, inside the iconic Space temple, owning the Thursday night slot with four rooms of music and a forward-thinking aesthetic. Their absence from Ibiza will undoubtedly open the doors for even more global takeovers, and it’s becoming increasingly difficult to contradict those who say that Ibiza was definitely better before this mainstream era that can’t be just a coincidence..

By Alexandre Trochut Editor in Chief
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BPM Mag CEO & Editor in Chief, Alexandre Trochut is an electronic music advisor with more than 20 years of services in the electronic music industry, he has worked as content writer, digital marketer, artistic director, Label A&R, photographer & DJ.
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