Originally known as the Star Club before being renamed Kaos, Eden was officially born in 1999 and has been home to some of highly decorated names and brands including Pete Tong, Judge Jules and Gatecrasher.
Located just metres across from local rivals, Es Paradis, Eden has not long emerged from a top-to-bottom refurbishment and now under new management, has really stamped their imprint on nightlife in San Antonio.
Eden’s renovation a few years ago saw it draw the focus to the club as one large room as opposed to segmented spaces like the past 15 years. Such a move allowed them to further highlight their incredible VOID sound system, show off their impressive lighting effects as well as notable changes to the DJ booth.
With more of a focus placed upon underground music in relation to their weekly schedule, Eden now plays hosts to some of the finest house and techno on the island.
Whilst they open their gates on Sunday 20th May with Defected, Eden’s official opening party actually takes place on Wednesday 23rd May as terminal 4 presents Tronic. On the bill will be such talents as Christian Smith, Jay Lumen, Fatima Hajji, Loco & Jam, Matt Sassari and more.
Here’s what else Eden has lined up their sleeve for you in 2018.
A brand new addition to Eden on Monday nights, Moments of Ibiza is an immersive concept that has attracted a cult following.
Placing the clubber at the centre of the experience, Moments of Ibiza present a host of international names ranging from the realms of of cutting-edge house, techno and tech house.
A popular clubbing concept born in the UK, Bongo’s Bingo blends together bingo and a rave for a fun-filled summer on Tuesdays at Eden.
UK garage legends, So Solid Crew, will be on hand every week whilst revellers play for a full house in order to claim one of the many wonderful prizes on offer.
Making its Ibiza debut at Eden on Thursday nights, HOT is a fresh concept showcasing a variety of styles from the portal of house music including big room electro house.
Coming equipped with huge decor and amazing visuals, HOT will see Hot Tunes Records chief, FANTOME, take charge of the decks every week. He will be joined by a selection of hand-picked guests consisting of established names and breakthrough acts.
Taking up residence at Eden on Friday nights will be underground party-starters, Religion. Delivering a wealth of acts from the worlds of house and techno, weekly resident duties for Religion will fall to the hands of Terry Francis and Iain Taylor.
On top of this, there will be monthly residencies for the likes of Still Hot Berlin, Continuous Groove Newcastle and Fac51. There will also be appearances from such names as Tiefschwarz, East End Dubs, Sebo K, Kenny Dope, Pele & Shawnecy, Randomer, Tobi Neumann, Denney, Marc Romboy, Josh Wink, Mihai Popoviciu and more.
Transforming Eden into their very own paradise, Pukka Up returns with their own large-scale club night, Tropical Wonderland. Sporting an explosion of rich, vibrant colours and spectacular decor, this concept will feature everything from flamingos and illuminated animals to enormous flowers and fruit.
Taking charge of Saturday nights, the original sunset boat party deliver a music policy of vocal-filled deep house. Whilst line-ups are yet to be announced, last year saw the likes of Chris Wright, Cansen Yilmaz and James iD step up to the decks.
Following a one year sabbatical from the island, Defected made an immediate impact upon their arrival in San Antonio in 2017. This year sees Simon Dunmore’s influential house label build on last season’s success on Sundays at Eden.
Ready to fire up Eden’s huge VOID sound system once again, Defected will welcome the likes of Amine Edge & Dance, CamelPhat, MK, Todd Terry, Roger Sanchez, Josh Butler, Derrick Carter, Claptone, Low Steppa and more.
Stepping away from weekly residency duties, Mansion returns to Eden for one special date this summer – Monday 6th August. Born in the heart of Liverpool, Mansion has held a presence in San Antonio since 2016.
Whilst line-up details are yet to be announced, you can expect the usual rotation of Mansion residents. Last year saw regular appearances from Mick Willow, Dom Townsend, Ian Longo and more.
Providing a throwback to the good times, Strictly Old School is a brand dedicated to providing quality and innovative experiences. Taking it back to the old school, party-goers can expect everything from techno, D&B and jungle to breaks, trance and old skool hardcore.
Taking place on Monday 22nd May, Strictly Old Skool will present such names as Stu Allan, Monsoon, Greenbins, Absolute and more.
An official celebration of IMS, VERTIGO lands at Eden on 25th May delivering a fusion of house and techno as well as influential names from the tech house scene.
Taking care of dance floor proceedings will be the likes of Mark Storie, Chris Geka, Agent Greg and Offkey.