A fortnightly Cafe Del Mar session successfully launched at the Indigo Bar in The Dalmeny, St Annes, last Sunday with chilled out music, cocktails, tapas and more.
“Basically I believe the Fylde coast has been crying out for something like this for a while,” says organiser Ed Mahon (pictured). “As a massive fan of Ibiza’s sunset strip myself, every time I go I always think about our very own West Coast...I suppose the difference is that we now have a venue that is finally suited for sunset sessions.”
The next session is on Sunday, May 20 and from 4pm he will be providing the soundtrack for sunny Sundays (whatever the weather), with Balaeric beats before sunset.
“When the sun starts to go down people can expect a very chilled atmosphere and music, then once the sun has disappeared the music will liven up, just as it does at Ibiza’s Cafe Mambo.
“This will suit everyone from Saturday night’s clubbers who are still recovering, to couples/families enjoying some nibbles and tapas in a relaxing atmosphere to the glamorous girls who want to enjoy a cocktail and a taste of Ibiza and maybe have a little dance after sundown.”
Admission is free.
One of the founders of Blackpool’s newly-formed Cowbell Radio, Ed has been DJing around the Fylde Coast (and beyond) for 20 years playing all types of dance music. Ed is also the former resident DJ at Lytham’s much-missed 1am Bar as well as Joya and Vogue before that.