Space Ibiza, the iconic club on the popular island named six times “best club in the world”, will be moving to Riccione, Italy in spring 2024. The venue had a substantial makeover at the beginning of 2022, but it seems that relocation could be more profitable.
Space Riccione will be a ‘new generation’ club that will have four large areas – Arena, Garden, Terrace and Lounge – with private spaces. Obviously, it is an ideal location for concerts and gigs, both day and night, that will feature the very best DJs and international artists. Based in an Italian resort synonymous with entertainment, Space Riccione is set to be a reference point for international club culture from the very beginning.
Moreover, this initiative came to life because of the joint venture between ECulture, an international equity marketing and entertainment company, and the Cipriani Group, a world leader in luxury dining.
Pepe Rosello, the legendary owner of the Space brand, says:
“We are happy to continue 27 years of Space Ibiza history here in Riccione, an iconic place that represents entertainment. Love for music and mutual respect, the main characteristics of all our events, will also be central to this new experience, which we all believe in so much.”
It is no coincidence that the launch campaign for Space Riccione will be imprinted on the Renaissance, underscoring the breath of fresh air that this project will bring to the entertainment industry. Finally, you can check the updated website here.
Riccione, Italy is a party destination that is often compared to Ibiza. Both cities are known for their vibrant nightlife, with world-class clubs and DJs. Riccione is located on the Adriatic coast, and its beaches are just as popular as its clubs. The city is also home to a number of water parks, making it a great destination for families.
Riccione’s nightlife is centered around the Viale Ceccarini, a pedestrian-only street that is lined with bars and clubs. Some of the most popular clubs in Riccione include Baia Imperiale, Cocoricò, and Peter Pan. These clubs attract some of the biggest names in the electronic music scene, and they often have lineups that rival those of Ibiza’s clubs.
In addition to its nightlife, Riccione also has a number of other attractions, including the Aquafan water park, the Italia in Miniatura theme park, and the Rimini Fiera trade fair complex. The city is also home to a number of historical sites, including the Augustus Arch and the Tiberius Bridge.