Thursday, July 25, 2024

Classic Ibiza reveals full orchestral set ahead of sold-out Burghley House return

With Classic Ibiza’s sold-out return to Burghley House near Stamford on Saturday 27 July just over a month away, the concert organisers have revealed the incredible tracks being reinvented by Urban Soul Orchestra at the show. Known for collaborating with dance music legends, like Groove Armada, Nightmares On Wax and Robert Miles, USO will be performing 16 completely new tracks (*) in a set of over 40 house classics.

Gates open at 5.30pm, with a Chill-out DJ Set. Former Pacha Ibiza resident, DJ Jose Luis, then takes control of the decks at 6.30pm for his Afro/Latin House Set, which includes a live jamming session with members of USO.

At 8pm, Stephen Hussey’s 32-piece Urban Soul Orchestra takes centre stage for the first time with former Ibiza Rocks resident, DJ Krystal Roxx, performing these stone-cold dance classics in the San Miguel Sundowner Set:

Go (Moby)*, The Cure & The Cause (Fish Go Deep)*, Killer (Adamski), Unfinished Sympathy (Massive Attack), Waves (Mr Probz), Theme From S-Express (S’Express), Missing (Everything But The Girl), Cola (CamelPhat)*, What Is Love (Haddaway), Rhythm Is A Dancer (Snap!), You Don’t Know Me (Armand Van Helden), For An Angel (Paul van Dyke), We Come 1 (Faithless), Children (Robert Miles), Destination Calabria (Alex Gaundino)*, Needin’ U (David Morales)*.

USO then take a short break at 9pm, leaving the Burghley House audience in the capable hands of DJ Krystal Roxx, who’ll be mixing up a storm of Ibiza house anthems. Then onto the evening’s main event at 9.30pm, as USO return to the stage for the Dance Set, accompanied by an awesome laser and light show. Here are the tracks they will be performing:

Don’t You Want Me (Felix)*, Castles In The Sky (Ian Van Dahl), Pump Up The Jam (Technotronic), Superstylin’ (Groove Armada), The Key, The Secret (Urban Cookie Collective)*, Zombie Nation (Bass Drifter)*, Adagio For Strings (Tiësto), Insomnia (Faithless), Breathe (The Prodigy)*, Gonna Make You Sweat (C & C Music Factory), King Of My Castle (Wamdue Project), Need U 100% (Duke Damont), On A Ragga Tip (SL2), Silence (Dilerium), Anthem (N-Joi)*, Dirty Cash (Money Talks) (Adventures of Stevie V)*, Gypsy Woman (She’s Homeless) (Crystal Waters)*, Space Cowboy (Jamiroquai)*, U Sure Do (Strike)*, I’m Not Alone (Calvin Harris)*, Freed From Desire (Gala), Not Over Yet (Grace)*.

The concert then reaches a rapturous crescendo at 11pm, following a three-track encore.

Classic Ibiza’s Lisa Ward comments: “After the resounding success of last year’s tour, it was slightly daunting dreaming up this summer’s set. I shouldn’t have been so worried… Each track is truly iconic – a perfect blend of never heard before orchestrations and some firm Classic Ibiza favourites. A massive thank you to everyone that’s coming to party with us at Burghley – we’ve got one helluva show in store for you!”

For anyone that missed out on tickets, the concert organisers advise visiting their recommended ticket re-sale site, Twickets. Classic Ibiza is proud to be supporting East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices. Information: classicibiza.co.uk

 

Image credit: David Evans Photography

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