Tickets for one of two Classic Ibiza dates at Bowood House next July have already sold out.
Classic Ibiza, in association with San Miguel, returns to the Calne venue on Friday and Saturday, July 23 and 24, next year.
Fans are promised a heady blend of Balearic-infused house music performed by the 32-piece Urban Soul Orchestra (USO), headline DJs and globally renowned vocalists. In 2019,
Tickets for the Saturday date have sold out, but they are still available for the Friday at £45 each.
Lisa Ward, Director of Revival Productions and Classic Ibiza promoter, said: “Next summer’s show is going to be a blast – I think we’ll all be ready for a party by then!
"In addition to the safety measures that we have planned, we’ve really upped the ante by extending the programme, adding new tracks and enhancing the already fantastic light show.”
The concert organisers are working with We Are The Fair, a health and safety specialist event company which helps large concerts such like Classic Ibiza to take place safely in the current environment.
We Are The Fair’s CEO, Nick Morgan, sits on the steering group of The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, as well as Public Health England. If social distancing is required next summer, the concert site will be divided into 'pods,' where the audience will be able to enjoy the concert.
The concert begins with a chill-out DJ set by Classic Ibiza debutant and former Pacha and Ministry of Sound resident Jose Luis. He’ll be playing a mix of laid back, old school House laced with Latino beats - the perfect soundtrack to get people into the Balearic vibe of Classic Ibiza.
Next, USO will take to the stage with Goldierocks for the Sundowner set, with tracks from Orbital, Paul van Dyk, Roger Sanchez and many more. USO have performed with dance music’s A-list, including Groove Armada, Robert Miles and Nightmares On Wax.
The rhythm will build further during Goldierocks’ House DJ set, which will be packed full of stone-cold dance anthems. Goldierocks, aka Sam Hall, has a celebrity following which includes Madonna, Giorgio Armani and Jade Jagger, and has performed exclusively for them all.
The concert will then reach a crescendo during the Dance set, when the orchestra and vocalists will return to the stage as night falls and the grounds of Bowood House turn into an alfresco nightclub with accompanying lasers.
People should expect tracks by artists ranging from The Prodigy and The Shapeshifters to Faithless and Underworld.
USO’s Stephen Hussey, Classic Ibiza’s conductor, arranger and musical producer, said: “I love Classic Ibiza – it’s the highlight of my year.
"There’s a unique pleasure for me in hearing the orchestrations that once existed only in my head being brought to life on stage.
"But the biggest thrill is the vibe and love that we get from our amazing audience. It’s very powerful and so much fun – I’ve really missed it!”
USO’s latest album, Classic Ibiza II – Sundowners & Anthems, is available now on all major digital platforms.
Further information can be found at www.classicibiza.co.uk, on Facebook @ClassicIbiza and on 01283 841601.