As you would expect from one of the islands more upmarket iconic Clubs, Pacha offers not just a musical experience but all the Bells & whistles to go with it. There’s lots of bars, a VIP table area that you can book in advance, very nice toilets and has a main dance floor area which has a hazy atmosphere complemented by a decor of slowly rotating heads hanging from the ceiling. Lots of candlelit low rise tables and chairs create an ambience that serves to separate dancefloor from chill out.
Labyrinth opened with a bang with the music on point by Alex Kennon on opening duties. Serving up an infectious uplifting house set as the club began to fill,drawing people not only onto the dance floor but also dancing all around the club. There was a boiler room atmosphere with VIP tables behind the DJ booth.
The Club filled up quickly, with dancers on podiums adding to the ambience and the dancefloor and was heaving by 1.30am.
Guti & Martin Buttrich came on 15 mins late at 1.45am but immediately picked up the pace, which had somewhat flatlined towards the end of Kennon’s set but the dancefloor kept moving. Guti & Buttrich powered on until 3.30am when club favourite Daley – Hot Since 82 – provided a solid back to back set with the ever popular Nick Fanciuli, laying down funky electro beats from go to woah. Both being consummate industry professionals, they didnt miss a beat keeping the club full and rocking the dancefloor until close.
It should also be noted that there’s a side room at Pacha for those who like their music a little more soulful. The original funky room is a cute dark little space playing soulful funk & disco with resident DJ’s spinning throughout the night – well worth a look.
Labyrinth at Pacha is a night you won’t want to miss – a perfect night to end your season with.