Classic Ibiza reveal details of biggest show yet

With under four weeks to go until Classic Ibiza returns to Weston Park on Saturday 15 July, the concert organisers have revealed the tracks being performed on the night by the 32-piece Urban Soul Orchestra. This year’s concert includes 15 completely new orchestrations, starred below, in a set of over 40 Balearic-infused classics – the show’s biggest yet. To help get you in the mood, check out the originals here on Spotify.

Classic Ibiza’s Lisa Ward comments: “Having heard the new tracks being performed by USO, this year’s Classic Ibiza is going to blow people away. Stephen Hussey’s orchestrations and our incredibly talented musicians are on another level.”

The concert starts at 5.30 pm with a new Chill-Out DJ Set. Former Pacha Ibiza resident, DJ Jose Luis then takes control of the decks for his Latin House Set, which for the first time includes a live jamming session with members of USO. Next up, USO and DJ Goldierocks take centre stage for the Sundowner Set, performing these iconic tracks:

Poppiholla* (Chicane), Inner City Life* (Goldie), Touch Me (Rui Da Silva), Rhythm of The Night (Corona), What Is Love*(Haddaway), Turn Around (Phats and Small), The Man With The Red Face* (Laurent Garnier), For An Angel (Paul van Dyke), Blind Faith (Chase & Status), Sun Is Shining (Bob Marley vs. Funkstar De Luxe), Red Alert (Basement Jaxx), Blackwater (Octave One), Sky (Sonique) and Theme from S’Express* (S’Express).

USO then take a break during Goldierocks’ Deep House DJ Set, a mix of classic and brand-new Ibiza anthems. They’re then reunited on stage for the Dance Set, packed with these house anthems and accompanied by a laser & light show:

Yeke Yeke (Hardfloor Mix)* (Mory Kante), Pump Up The Jam* (Technotronic), Everybody’s Free (Rozalla), Let Me Be Your Fantasy(Baby D), Castles in the Sky (Ian van Dahl), Better Off Alone (Alice Deejay), ResuRection (PPK), Seven Days and One Week(BBE), Sandstorm (Darude), Adagio for Strings (Tiësto), We Come 1*, God Is a DJ, Insomnia (Faithless), (I Wanna Give You) Devotion (Nomad), Push The Feeling On (Nightcrawlers), Dreamer (Livin’ Joy), Toca’s Miracle (Fragma), Waiting All Night(Rudimental), Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)* (C&C Music Factory), King Of My Castle* (Wamdue Project), Need You 100%* (Duke Dumont), On A Ragga Tip* (SL2), Silence* (Delerium, Tiësto), Heaven* (DJ Sammy), Summer (Calvin Harris) and Freed From Desire* (Gala). The concert ends at 11 pm after a three track encore.

Commenting on this year’s set, USO’s Stephen Hussey says: “Yeke Yeke by Mory Kante is a definite standout for me. He was from Guinea, so we had help learning the lyrics from Lucy Duran, professor of music at the School of Oriental and African Studies. I feel great affinity with the three worlds of music represented in our version – African, house and orchestral. I guess it encapsulates three very important things to me – my heritage, my education and my party side.”

Limited tickets are still available for Weston Park. The show is proud to support local charity Dougie Mac Hospice.

 Parking is free and there are no booking fees. Bring your own picnic or visit the on-site street-food vendors and San Miguel Bar.Adults (over 18s): £48, Children (aged 5–17): £24, Under 5s: free. Visit


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