Exclusive table-service-only policy brings world renowned DJs to an intimate setting
Reservations & info available here: www.cafemamboibiza.com
Legendary Ibiza venue Café Mambo has launched its long-awaited summer 2020 season. The fabled pre-party hotspot commenced the season on 17th July, and has hosted performances from the likes of MK, Darius Syrossian and Jonas Blue, with a further array of world-class DJ talent confirmed for the coming weeks.
In order to comply with Covid-19 regulations and keep guests safe, Café Mambo will be deploying a table service-only policy for the new season, with advanced table bookings essential for attendance.
International stars will be gracing the booth throughout the season, however this year the lineup will be kept as a surprise, with the DJs to be revealed exclusively to guests upon arrival to the venue. With the likes of Darius Syrossian, MK and most recently Jonas Blue gracing the decks at the famed White Isle spot, the new table service-only policy enables guests the opportunity to see some of the biggest acts on the island in an intimate setting, be it over sunset cocktails or delicious food.
Set in the heart of San Antonio, Café Mambo is recognised for its unrivalled sunset views. It was created during the 90s house music heyday and received instant recognition, being named ‘Bar of the Year’ by GQ. DJs began to frequent the bar requesting to play on the decks and before long regular sets included the biggest names in dance music playing at the now celebrated sunset ‘pre-party’.
Last year marked 25 years as the White Isle’s ultimate idyllic haven, with the venue welcoming the likes of Fatboy Slim, Martin Solveig, Eric Prydz and Claptone across the summer months. Expect a similarly star-studded list of guests for their first season of the new decade.
With exclusive, intimate performances from some of the best DJs worldwide and unrivalled sunsets, Café Mambo has commenced yet another life-affirming summer season. Booking is essential, make sure to reserve a table at the White Isle’s most prominent establishment.