MIAMI (CelebrityAccess) — Electronic music promoter Insomniac Events has signed a partnership deal with Club Space, a long-running Miami nightclub.
While all management and operations at Space will remain unchanged, the deal will see Insomniac-branded events to the performance space.
“Space is one of the most iconic dance music venues in the US if not the world, and I’m excited that Insomniac is now a partner,” says Insomniac Founder and CEO Pasquale Rotella. “Davide, Coloma, and Sinopoli have done an exceptional job revitalizing this venue to be better than it’s ever been. They are passionate people that care about creating experiences and share the same core values that Insomniac lives by. The Space Invaders team will still be running the show and together we will set the bar for entertainment in Miami. Space is another important piece of the Insomniac vision coming together.”
Founded in 2000, Space features three performance areas, including the The Ground, which hosts like music such as James Blake and SZA; the smaller capacity Floyd, which serves as a disco and intimate performances; and the open-air Terrace, which has hosted gigs by Rüfüs Du Sol, Claude Von Stroke, Disclosure, Loco Dice and Green Velvet.
“Our Space Invaders team is excited about this partnership with Insomniac,” says Sinopoli. “We have admired their work for a while now, and over the past year have gotten to know everyone on their team. They are young, creative, and most importantly, their focus is on constantly working to provide the best possible experience for their guests.
“We have worked tirelessly over the past three years to renew the energy inside Club Space and maintain a calm, safe environment while curating a space where people can enjoy a wide range of entertainment. Our Space Invaders team will continue to book the music and operate the club exactly as we have been. We believe that through this relationship with Insomniac we can continue to grow and secure our home at Space with a partner who has an aligned vision of the future of the Miami music scene.”