Playlist confirmed for Classic Ibiza show

A scene from last year's Classic Ibiza at Blickling. Picture: SIMON FINLAY

A scene from last year's Classic Ibiza at Blickling. Picture: SIMON FINLAY


The full track list for an upcoming ‘Classic Ibiza’ show at Blickling Estate has been announced.

Music at the August 10 open air concet will include Les Nuits by Nightmares on Wax, Moments in Love by Art of Noise, At The River by Groove Armada, Insomnia by Faithless, Pjanoo by Eric Prydz and Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? by Moby.

Organisers have said the gig, dubbed ‘Norfolk’s biggest outdoor celebration of dance’ is on course to sell out.

Stephen Hussey, conductor and founder of The Urban Soul Orchestra, said: “We’ve performed and recorded with many of the artists who wrote these tracks, so it’s great to be bringing their music to Blickling.

“You’ll certainly need your dancing shoes for this half of the programme.”

Tickets are £39.50 for adults, £17.50 for children and under fives go free.

For full event details and tickets visit or call the event box office on 01283 841601.


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