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Ibiza Docks returns to The O2's Building Six this summer

Building Six terrace
Following a successful summer season at Building Six last year, The O2 has announced the return of its Ibiza Docks Summer package.
The versatile club venue, Building Six, and outdoor terrace space will once again bring Ibiza beach club vibes to London with a package that includes a selection of beach-themed canapés, two street food stalls and nautical themed dessert suitcases.

Becci Thomson, Business Development Manager at The O2, says: “Our Ibiza Docks Summer package was so successful last year with a record number of parties from intimate VIP pre-show dining to popular global brands, the biggest of which was for 2,500 people. We are delighted to be able to offer this to clients again this year and we are working with some great suppliers in order to give event bookers a fun and unique option for their parties this summer.  

“Building Six is a fantastic space for corporate parties with the ability to cater for 300-3,000 people across its three floors, while the outdoor terrace is perfect to enjoy Ibiza vibes in the sunshine. The versatility of both spaces means we can easily cater for large summer parties or smaller, more intimate parties.”  

With panoramic views over Canary Wharf and the Thames, the terrace can cater for up to 700 guests. The private terrace links directly to Building Six’s main dance floor, which is equipped with advanced sound and lighting technology, where guests can dance on the body kinetic dance floor, which reacts to bass frequencies which pump music through the body.  

The O2’s Ibiza Docks Summer package is available from £69pp+VAT and includes exclusive 8-hour hire of Building Six, which can accommodate 300-3,000 people across three floors, access to the 700-capacity terrace, sound lighting and theming, DJ, catering, staffing and furniture, as well as unlimited house wine, beer and soft drinks.

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