Strap yourself in - you might not believe it, but even though we’re still a week away from Christmas, the first piece of Ibiza 2019 news is in. Spoiler alert: it’s a scorcher!

Resistance have announced they are returning to Privilege - the world’s largest club. The techno crusaders will once again host Tuesday nights at the 10,000 capacity venue. The scintillating 9-week run starts with the opening party on 23rd July going all the way to the huge denouement on 17th September.

As if that wasn’t colossal enough, they have also confirmed that Drumcode’s Adam Beyer and King Carl Cox will be heavily involved throughout the campaign. Both Adam and Carl notch-up four appearances each, with the former taking care of opening party duties and Coxy in the driving seat for his birthday celebrations the following week. Tantalisingly, the two superpowers are scheduled to collide at the closing. Who knows, we may well get a reprieve of the duo’s legendary B2B they performed at Junction 2 this past summer. Here’s hoping! You can relieve that special moment below:

If, like us, summer 2019 still feels like a distant future event on the horizon, you can satisfy your Cox and Beyer cravings much sooner on UK soil!

Adam Beyer launches Junction 2 into 2019 with a two-legged extravaganza on 29th December. Completing a unique day and night concept, he’ll play Tobacco Dock’s car park by day before moving onto fabric after dark. Other acts on the line-up include Dixon, Âme, Amelie Lens and Mind Against. This is the last Tobacco Dock party until March next year - and provide the perfect pitstop during the winter break.

By the time spring rolls around, Carl Cox will take centre stage at Creamfield’s indomitable Steel Yard structure in Finsbury Park. Part of a huge Space Ibiza tour, Coxy is the former venue’s most vocal ambassador, who continues to fly the flag for the legacy of the club of 27 years.

Tickets for both events are on sale now. 

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