CLASSIC Ibiza is about to make its debut at Tatton Park as the show wins rave reviews.

The family-friendly outdoor concert comes to Cheshire on Saturday, August 12.

This orchestral celebration brings together musicians, headline DJs and renowned vocalists for five hours of Balearic-infused dance anthems.

Fans have described the unique vibe as ‘awesome’ and 'a brilliant night’.

Headlined by the 32-piece Urban Soul Orchestra, the show is halfway through its UK summer tour, performing to capacity audiences across the country.

Going by the reaction of those that have attended the show, Tatton Park is in for a real treat.

One fan said: “Absolutely fantastic night. Travelled five hours to see you, didn’t disappoint.

“Awesome singers, orchestra, planning, staff, everything was perfect.”

Another person said: “Brilliant night, we will be back.

“So well organised, parking everything. No stress, just sheer enjoyment.”

One family said: “We loved it, my third time, and took our seven and five-year-old daughters this time.

“They loved it and were still going strong at 10.30pm and have already told us they want to go again next year.”

Knutsford Guardian: Classic Ibiiza makes its debut at Tatton Park next weekendClassic Ibiiza makes its debut at Tatton Park next weekend (Image: David Evans)

The show opens with a new chill-out DJ set at 5.30pm as everyone enjoys their picnics.

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.

USO then take centre stage with DJ Charlotte Van de Peer for the the San Miguel Sundowner Set.

This includes 14 tracks, including five new orchestrations from the likes of Chicane, Goldie and Laurent Garnier. USO have performed with dance music royalty, including Groove Armada, Robert Miles and Nightmares on Wax.

Charlotte Van de Peer’s Deep House DJ Set will be dropping a mix of classic and brand-new Ibiza anthems at 9pm.

USO and Charlotte Van de Peer will then be reunited on stage for The Dance Set, the evening’s main event.

Packed full of house classics, including a three-track tribute to Faithless frontman Maxi Jazz, the set includes 10 completely new arrangements and is accompanied by an awesome laser & light show.

By the time the concert draws to a close at 11pm, the audience will have been transported to one of the White Isles’ iconic nightclubs, right in the heart of Cheshire.

Limited tickets are still available.

The show is proud to support local charity Francis House Children’s Hospice.

Parking is free and there are no booking fees.

A shuttle bus will be available to and from the Knutsford gate for anyone wishing to walk in on foot.

Visitors can bring their own food,drink, chairs and tables

Street food vendors and the San Miguel Bar will be available on site.

Tickets are priced £48 adults, £24 children aged five to 17, under fives free.

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