DC10 Aims To Reopen Its Garden Terrace For Ibiza 2023
After a season it would care to forget, iconic Ibiza club DC10 hopes to reopen its garden terrace next summer. After dropping sonic bombs on the local community, DC10 received a barrage of flack from the well-organised local residents association PROU which successfully decommissioned its garden terrace and closed the club for some days, most notably taking out Carl Cox’s Opening Party in July. It was a blow that DC10 did not see coming. It underlines the growing influence of the anti-clubbing brigade marching with their tails up towards the local elections in May next year, confident they will win enough seats to inflict further damage on the club.
In response to possible turbulent times ahead, word on the ground suggests that DC10 is rebuilding its defence structures and hopes to have its garden terrace back in operation for next season. DC10, which is Ibicenco-owned and Italian-managed, will know that in Ibiza, it’s much more difficult to reopen a venue once it’s been shut down too long. So they are strategically astute in restructuring and holding on to what they have and hoping the elections go their way in May.
It is hoped the garden terrace will reopen next summer
They will also have to be on their very best behaviour and keep their heads below the parapet between now and the start of the season. Last summer, there was a noticeable change of attitude at DC10, the club even hosted a local farmers market, and the blog understands that work has been going on behind the scenes to fix relations with their neighbours.
It is hoped that the garden terrace will reopen next summer once remedial work is completed to the satisfaction of all parties concerned. Concerning the elections, at this early stage, I predict that the wind may be in the sails of the pro-clubbing candidates, which will be good news for the future of DC10 and see a return to business as usual at the popular venue.
We will update this story once more news comes to hand.
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