Pacha for Palma
It looks fairly certain, though the deal is not yet signed sealed and delivered, that the emblematic cherries of Ibiza's Pacha empire will return to Palma this year.
The world famous Ibicenco brand will be returning to the city's Paseo Maritimo disco zone in the club formerly used by Abraxas. The Cursach leisure group which owns Abraxas, Tito's and other night spots in Palma is on the verge of signing up as a Pacha franchise and is currently renovating the club in readiness for a May opening.
It's not the first time Pacha has had a club in Palma, from the late 90's to 2006, it occupied the very same premises, and made a brief return to Palmanova in 2010 before it closed last year.
The Paseo Maritimo is viewed as an ideal home for Pacha because of its central location – one of the shortcomings of the Palmanova venture was its distance from Palma as nobody went in the winter – in an area which already has other clubs and bars catering for the young, late night set.
So, who's for the opening party? We'll have more details in a few months!
Published 15 February 2013 by Stephen White
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