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Alex Gold & ExtravaGanza @ Space, Ibiza 2007

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ALEX GOLD AND XTRAVAGANZA FLY INTO SPACE IBIZA THURSDAY NIGHTS!

ALEX GOLD and XTRAVAGANZA will move to the main room of SPACE on Thursday nights for the summer 2007 season. This follows the spectacular return of ALEX GOLD and XTRAVAGANZA to the White Isle in 2006 after a 3 year hiatus. Alex quickly re-established XTRAVAGANZA as a party to be reckoned with and the cosmopolitan and fashionable of Europe’s clubbing elite chose XTRAVAGANZA as the place to hear the best, chunky electronica and house grooves while savouring the exclusive, party atmosphere. And now ALEX GOLD will headline XTRAVANGANZA every Thursday from 5th July in the main room at the world’s best club SPACE IBIZA.

Word of mouth soon spread about great parties put on by XTRAVAGANZA in 2006 so when the opportunity arose for ALEX GOLD to link up with the legendary SPACE, everything clicked into place. And so, 2007 will see the main room in Space filled with the island’s beautiful party people and reverberating to the cosmopolitan dance sounds of ALEX GOLD and XTRAVAGANZA.

Every week ALEX GOLD will rock the crowds as headline resident in the main room, with a range of rotating support DJs including PETE GOODING, ALEX MILES, OLIVER LANG and in August special Italian guests FRANK O’MOIRAGHI and FRANCESCO FARFA.

ALEX GOLD’s extraordinary career to date has seen him deliver millions of record sales and develop his own highly successful Ibiza club night. XTRAVAGANZA was born out of the Balearic vibe and has been responsible for some of the scene’s most emotive Ibiza anthems. XTRAVAGANZA has a long running history as one of the most credible and popular nights in Ibiza regularly drawing large crowds of cosmopolitan clubbers.

2007 is set to be the year the chic and elite gather to get down to the cosmopolitan sounds of XTRAVAGANZA!

x-trav-a-gan-za (n) "A fanciful musical entertainment"

Listen to Alex Gold on the radio: Global Radio 8pm Thursdays / HFM Ibiza 7PM Thursdays

http://www.myspace.com/alexgoldmusic

For all press enquiries please contact: James Hamilton @ Sliding Doors Publicity.

t. 020 8582 0404 / m. 07957 690 652 / e. [email protected]

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XTRAVAGANZA IBIZA 2007

MAIN ROOM AT SPACE IBIZA

5th JULY:

ALEX GOLD, Pete Gooding, Alex Miles, Dave Jonson

12th JULY:

ALEX GOLD, Oliver Lang, Nikos Akrivos, Adrian Tur

19th JULY:

ALEX GOLD, Pete Goodingm Gordon Edge, Nikos Akrivos

26th JULY:

ALEX GOLD, Mutiny, Alex Miles

2nd AUGUST:

ALEX GOLD, David Moreno, Pete Gooding

9th AUGUST:

ALEX GOLD, FRANK O'MOIRAGHI, Oliver Lang

16th AUGUST:

ALEX GOLD, FRANCESCO FARFA, Alex Miles, Nikos Akrivos

23rd AUGUST:

ALEX GOLD, Guest TBC, Pete Gooding

30th AUGUST:

ALEX GOLD, Will Jonston, Nikos Akrivos

6th SEPTEMBER:

ALEX GOLD, Alex Miles, Nikos Akrivos

13th SEPTEMBER:

ALEX GOLD (4 hour set), Alex Miles and Oliver Lang (back2back)

20th SEPTEMBER:

ALEX GOLD, Alex Miles

Time: 12pm - 7am

Tickets: 25 euros pre-sale / 30 euros on the door

Available from all usual outlets on the island

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Over the Years Pete Gooding has become an Ibizan institution because of those very special nightly sunset journeys, which has led to him compiling the award winning Café Mambo compilations for five years. Throughout each summer he has written his own column in DJ Magazine's monthly Ibiza supplement in addition to continuing as singles reviewer for the magazine.

Pete's started Dj'ing in his home town of Birmingham, where he combined running his own record shop "Vinyl Matters" for over three years and promoting his own night for eight years with partner Phil Docherty of Futureshock. He then went on to hold residencies at the cities best clubs and bars. In 1996 he joined good friend Steve Lawler as resident DJ at Cafe Mambo.

Pete's career has not been limited to the White Isle, on his return at the end of each summer, Pete forfeits his right to a well earned rest by playing the length and breadth of the U.K. and also tirelessly touring further a field, playing in over twenty five countries worldwide. .......

Read more here:

http://www.residentadvisor.net/dj-profile.aspx?id=517

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Damn, I wanna go - here's another link to the club

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