Disco Tees Men's Festival Club Ibiza 1972 Crewneck Sweatshirt (All Colours)
Another of Ibizas long lost 1970s super-clubs, Festival Club originally opened in 1972. The large complex included a restaurant, amphitheatre and several dance floors and played to host music concerts, mock bullfighting, performance entertainment and more. Along with Glorys, it pioneered the concept of a large, multipurpose discotheque on Ibiza. In the days when bus tours were at their height, coach-loads of international tourist clientele would descend on the venue for endless nights of wining, dining and dancing. Sadly by 1974 with mounting debts from a poor previous season combining with it never obtaining the requisite planning permissions, the club was forced to close. It always planned to re-open but sadly never quite managed it and so, its 36 years of abandonment became the scene of clandestine raves in the 1980s and early 1990s. The forces of nature then took hold and turned it into the dystopian style playground it is today - a graffiti artists paradise and one of the White Isles most unique structures. Our DiscoTee is an homage to the logo that adorned the club and which can still just be made out, should you wish to discover its location the next time you visit. 80% Ringspun cotton, 20% Polyester.