DC10 is a nightclub on the island of Ibiza, Spain in the Mediterranean. It is located in a converted finca off the end of the airport runway on the south-east side of the island. Located in a former airplane hangar, the covered terrace nightclub holds 1,500 partiers. Among its main recurring nights is Circoloco.HistoryInauguration and early years (1999–2000s)The infamous Circoloco parties first started in July 1999. In their original format, sessions began at 6 am, as Space's 24-hour Sunday session ended. Italian promoters Andrea and Antonio programmed using a roster of non-mainstream European DJs, and as awareness of the party developed, artists such as Danny Tenaglia, Sasha, Steve Lawler and Pete Tong were offering to play the club for free.By the 2002 season, the club's reputation had been documented by the international dance music press. The club's reputation grew rapidly along with the resurgence of the popularity of the minimal techno genre, with many of the club's residents at the forefront of this, including Tania Vulcano, Luciano, Ricardo Villalobos, Cirillo, Loco Dice, Jose De Divina and later, the Romanian trio Arpiar, Zip, Matthias Tanzmann, Jamie Jones, Clive Henry, Dan Ghenacia, Sossa, Damian Lazarus, Andrew Grant & System Of Survival. The club also attracted high-profile regular guests such as Richie Hawtin, Josh Wink, Magda and Dinky. At its height, it was arguably responsible for the wider birth of the European minimal techno sound that became dominant in the second half of the decade.