Voters choose their top dance hits for Classic Ibiza show
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The results are in - and some new additions have been added to the playlist of an upcoming Classic Ibiza concert.
Organisers of the August 10 event at Blicking Estate ran a poll to find out which dance tracks music lovers wanted to hear.
The winning songs were: Out of Space by The Prodigy, Hey Boy, Hey Girl by The Chemical Brothers, Free by Ultra Naté, Touch Me by Rui Da Silva featuring Cassandra and Rhythm Of The Night by Corona.
Performed by The Urban Soul Orchestra (USO), DJ Goldierocks and a host of live vocalists, the concert's set-list also includes some of the most iconic dance tunes dating back to the 1990s.
Stephen Hussey, founder and conductor of USO, said: 'All of the winning tracks helped to create truly incredible moments in dance music's long history. It's great to see that the Classic Ibiza audience has such great taste.
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'We are really excited by the prospect of adding our unique twist to the arrangements and allowing the Blickling audience to witness the tracks that they voted for being performed by a full orchestra in this beautiful outdoor setting. It's going to be an incredible evening – roll on the summer.'
Tickets for the concert, which starts at 6pm, are £39.50, £17.50 for children aged five to 16 and under those five and under go free.
For more information or to book ,visit www.classicibiza.co.uk or call 01283 841601.
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