Carl Cox gave a major hint about his plans for the 2017 Ibiza season when he played the Carl Cox & Friends party at London’s Tobacco Dock on New Year’s Day.
Cox played his entire set wearing a t-shirt with the logo “PURE CARL COX IBIZA 2017”, whilst on the same day a Facebook page under the name made its first post, stating simply, “Ibiza 2017... We are coming for you!”
Now the Facebook page of Game Over, the logo featured on the Pure Carl Cox Ibiza artwork, has posted an image of Vista Club, alongside the caption, “When nights flow into mornings... #IBIZA2017 #DoYouKnow?”
You can see the post below, which has sparked rumours Cox is set to take his Pure brand to Privilege’s 2000-capacity sister venue, Vista Club.
We have reached out to Cox’s representatives for comment.
The original post on the Pure Carl Cox Ibiza Facebook page, which read, “Ibiza 2017… We are coming for you!”, directly linked to the Game Over page. You can see that underneath the new post from the Ibiza brand below.
Vista Club, which used to serve as Privilege’s second room until it was converted into a separate venue, has been the host to Ibiza mainstays including Do Not Sleep and Solid Grooves, as well as being the first space Elrow made their home on the White Isle in 2012.
Cox also recently revealed that he will end his Global Radio show after almost 16 years of broadcasting. He announced it will come to an end in February in a Facebook post last week (Monday 9th February).
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