Sankeys Manchester celebrated its 20 anniversary. Since then its growth has been unstoppable even traversing borders and reaching an island like Ibiza where clubbers are extremely demanding and the competence is as bold as attractive to the public.
The club has planned 20 events to celebrate its 20th anniversary in which they will export the name of Sankeys to Peru, Brazil, Japan, Switzerland, Croatia and New York, and they will celebrate a festival that will host up to 20,000 people.
Sankeys Ibiza is one of the few clubs in the island with parties all day long starting with a barbecue and finishing the next day. An endless event with a cast of exceptional artists and thematic in which the attendees leave their bodies to the body painters. All this without forgetting its famous opening and closing that last up to two days.
This is his fourth season on the island and its growth is on the rise, according to club sources “A 50% increase in visitors compared to 2013”. Part of this success is due to the new parties in 2014. On Monday the new record label Duke Dumont, Blase Boys Club, with only one year of existence, topped the UK charts in 2013. However, Dumont relationship with the club wasn’t a new as he had already walked through the cabin Sankeys.
David Vincent, Sankeys owner: “At this moment I can say that the club Sankeys Ibiza is world number one. In the last 20 years of my career, I have worked in the best clubs: The Hacienda, Ministry of Sound, Pacha Ibiza and Sankeys Manchester. All of them have been recognized at some point in its existence as ‘Best club in the world’ and today, comparing these to Sankeys Ibiza, proudly I say we are the best, proud of what we have achieved in the last 20 years of work”.
Another big bets this season was Tribal Sessions on Wednesdays; the new adventure Darius Syrossian, one of the architects of VIVa Warriors. During 20 weeks includes artists like Danny Tenaglia, the legendary New York (city where Sankeys has also a club), DJ Sneak, Todd Terry, Francois K, Hot Since 82, Enzo Siragura or Greg Vickers, responsible for defining the sound of Tribal Sessions. It’s a legendary party that was born in 2000, when David Vincent took charge of the club of Manchester and included a poster luxury names like Laurent Garnier, Frankie Knuckles or Richie Hawtin.
The French duo Armin Edge and Dance, along with other guests, also presented their new residence CUFF every Thursday moving the dance floor with his style ‘G house’, a fusion of funk, hip-hop and the best house of Chicago. Fuse, Magna Carta or Alive Warriors complete their weekly schedule. You still have the opportunity to enjoy this holiday season, book your ticket.