Bringing the Underground back to Playa d’en Bossa

Octan is Ibiza’s newest club, bringing an underground vibe to Ibiza that was sorely missed for much of the 2019 season. You may have visited before… the venue formerly occupied by Sankeys reopened its doors in July 2019 after much deliberation over the future of the club.

Located just a stone’s throw from Playa d’en Bossa, the location is perfect for the large population of clubbers who are staying on the east of the island. It’s the perfect antidote to the glitz and glamour of superclubs Hi, Ushuaia and Pacha, all of which are located nearby.

Indeed, Octan is a different Ibiza clubbing experience altogether. Its main space, the Basement, has low ceilings, minimal lighting, and has undoubtedly intimate-feel about it, yet it still has a capacity of over 1,200. “Gritty” is a good way to describe it, as Steve Lawler explained in his interview with Mixmag during the club’s launch. His Warriors night was a mainstay at Sankeys, and is still the only real “residency” of the club since it emerged back on the scene.

Add some other rooms to party (including a decent sized roof terrace). Scrap the VIP areas, throw in a pumping VOID soundsystem, and a renewed focus on the clubbers’ experience (think queueing, toilets, entry, bars) and you get an idea of how things are being reimagined at the club.

With a series of successful one-off parties under its belt, and lots of improvements throughout the club being prepared for the upcoming season, there’s clearly a lot to be excited about at Octan. And if you can’t wait for the summer season to get going, Octan has a winter schedule with the club opening most weekends too.

“The best underground four-to-the-floor house music in Ibiza”

  • If you don’t want to head into the club early, you’re spoilt for choice with bars all in the immediate vicinity on Carrer de les Alzines
  • The bar on the far end of the room in the basement (left when you arrive) is always much quieter to get a drink

Octan Ibiza FAQs

Octan is located in Playa d’en Bossa, on Carrer de les Alzines. If you’re heading over from San Antonio expect to pay €35 in a taxi. Any bus that passes through Playa d’en Bossa will stop near to the club too.

Octan typically opens at midnight and stays open til 5am.

Tickets vary in price, from €15-35 depending on the party each day. Buy tickets online in advance to save at least €10 extra on the door price.

We don’t have the drink prices for Octan in 2020 but will update as soon as we do. You’re can expect to pay a few euros less than its superclub counterparts.

Octan Ibiza can hold up to 1,500 people, split across 3 rooms.

There’s no dress code at Octan. As with any club in Ibiza you won’t want to wear flip flops… but just be comfortable and ready to dance!

You can view the full lineup for Octan Ibiza in the calendar below.

Octan Ibiza Events