Friday, July 1, 2022

Classic Ibiza reveals “best-ever” set ahead of Burghley House return

With just over a month to go until Classic Ibiza returns to Burghley House on Saturday 30 July, the concert organisers have revealed the tracks that will be performed on the evening by the Urban Soul Orchestra (USO) during over four hours of the very best in White Isle inspired dance music.

Lisa Ward, who leads the team behind Classic Ibiza, says: “This year’s set is without doubt our best yet – a perfect mix of 15 completely new tracks and some firm Classic Ibiza favourites. I just know that the Burghley crowd are going to go wild when they hear them being performed by the truly awesome Urban Soul Orchestra.”

The show starts at 6.30pm with a Chill-Out set by former Pacha Ibiza resident DJ, Jose Luis. He’ll be spinning a laid-back mix of Afro/Latin beats as the crowd enjoy their picnics and settle into the evening’s vibe. USO then take to the stage at 8pm with DJ Goldierocks for the San Miguel Sundowner Set. Here’s what to expect:

Clubbed To Death (Rob Dougan), You’re Not Alone (Olive), Lean On (Major Lazer & DJ Snake), Killer (Adamski), I Put A Spell On You (Sonique), Groovejet (If This Ain’t Love) (Spiller), Turn Around (Phats & Small), Children (Robert Miles), For An Angel (Paul van Dyk), Sun Is Shining (Funkstar De Luxe vs. Bob Marley), Sunchyme (Dario G), Red Alert (Basement Jaxx), Better Off Alone (Alice Deejay).

Goldierocks then takes control of the decks at 9pm for her very-own House DJ Set. She’ll be getting the crowd in the mood with up-tempo dance classics, before being reunited with USO at 9.30pm for the Dance Set and laser & light show. The evening builds to a crescendo at 10.50pm with these truly iconic tracks:

Galvanize (The Chemical Brothers), 3AM Eternal (The KLF), Pjanoo (Eric Prydz), Ride On Time (Black Box), Where Love Lives (Alison Limerick), Sing It Back (Moloko), You Don’t Know Me (Armand Van Helden), Saltwater (Chicane), Infinity 2008 (Guru Josh Project), Waiting All Night (Rudimental), Push The Feeling On (Nightcrawlers), Dreamer (Livin’ Joy), Toca’s Miracle (Fragma), (I Wanna Give You) Devotion (Nomad), Born Slippy (Underworld), Café Del Mar/Encore Une Fois (Energy 52/Sash!), God Is A DJ (Faithless), Insomnia (Faithless), Castles In The Sky (Ian Van Dahl), Titanium (David Guetta), One (Your Name) (Swedish House Mafia).

Lisa Ward adds: “We’re so blessed to be able to showcase the incredibly talented Urban Soul Orchestra at Classic Ibiza. They’ve been at the forefront of house music since the 90s, performing with the likes of Groove Armada, Robert Miles, Nightmares on Wax, Sonique and Spiller. How’s that for dance music royalty?!”

Tickets are due to sell-out for Burghley House. Car-parking is free, and you can bring your own food and drink. All you need to do is remember your dancing shoes and embrace the family-friendly vibe. Classic Ibiza at Burghley is proud to be supporting East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.

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Photo credit David Evans

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