Tickets go on sale for Classic Ibiza in August 2020 at Burghley House which replaced the film festival
Tickets have gone on general sale today (September 23) for the inaugural Classic Ibiza concert at Burghley House in August next year.
The live music event, which has replaced the film festival, will take will take place on August 1 2020 and is to feature the Urban Soul Orchestra, DJ Goldierocks and other vocalists.
It aims to take the Burghley Crowd on a magical rollercoaster ride of dance music’s most iconic tracks, reinvented by an orchestra that have worked with the very best in the industry, including Nightmares On Wax, Groove Armada, Robert Miles and Octave One.
Lisa Ward, director of Revival Productions, organisers of Classic Ibiza, said: “We are really excited to be performing in the wonderful grounds of Burghley House for the first time next year. "Our seven venue tour of the UK this summer has been a resounding success and we are already planning how to take Classic Ibiza to the next level.
“Whenever we launch Classic Ibiza at a new venue with the reputation of Burghley, we always see an extremely high demand for tickets.
"I’d therefore urge people to sign up early if they don’t want to miss the fun.
The atmosphere in the first half is similar to Ibiza's iconic chill-out bars, with people relaxing with a drink as the sun goes down and listening to ambient tunes while enjoying their picnics in an idyllic outdoor setting.
There will be tracks from the likes of Massive Attack and Moby, to 808 State and William Orbit.
The second half sees Burghley transformed into an alfresco nightclub with accompanying lasers. Expect some stone-cold dance anthems from the likes of The Prodigy and PPK, to The Chemical Brothers and Underworld.
Jo Tinker, marketing and communications manager at Burghley House, added: “We are delighted to be hosting Classic Ibiza for what promises to be a truly memorable night out.
"The nature of Burghley is such that while we expect the concert to sell out, there will remain a wonderful sense of intimacy in the grounds set against the magnificent backdrop of the House.”
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