After a 4th season finished in Ibiza, Sankeys has well and truly taken the island by storm, with a momentum that shows no sign of slowing and a season behind it that can only indicate even bigger things for 2015.
Coming from humble roots in Manchester, Sankeys is officially the fastest growing club on the island of Ibiza and has doubled its rise from the 2013 season, an astounding accolade to have, particularly when pipped against the likes of Ushuaia, which has more of a mainstream crowd.
Sankeys released the weekly programme in 2014 to great praise from clubbers; it was a mixture of some of the established main players in the dance music game, as well as rising DJs and artists that are offering something fresh and new, helping to shape the landscape of the scene for this generation of clubbers.
The bill in 2014 saw Danny Tenaglia, Ricardo Villalobos, Todd Terry, Gorgon City and DJ Sneak all take to the decks, which smashed all expectations of both organisers and clubbers, and left them itching for more.
Sankeys is renowned for its no nonsense attitude to clubbing – you won’t catch over the top productions in this here – but you will find something that is a bit raw, a bit dirty and a bit addictive. The musical offerings are second to none and whilst the club is what it is, finishing touches like brilliant LED systems and the loudest sound system on the island all add to the overall draw of Sankeys as a brand and as a club.
Throughout the 2014 season, the club noticed an increasing demand for more parties and Duke Dumont confirmed three additional dates on top of his first party – only signalling yet more great things to come for the 2015 season.
Whilst still new to the island as a club, Sankeys is a British clubbing institution and is making light work of showing the international visitors of Ibiza just what a club from the northwest can really bring to the table… now where have we seen that before?
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