Organisers of Classic Ibiza have announced the concert's charity partner for its show in Hatfield this summer.

Promoters have confirmed Classic Ibiza will once again be raising funds for Herts Young Homeless (hyh) at Hatfield House on Saturday, August 17.

Classic Ibiza's 2023 tour raised a total of £21,000 for charity, with over £2,300 of this going to hyh. The independent charity supports young people in Hertfordshire without permanent, stable or suitable accommodation.

Besides rough sleepers, homelessness includes those who are ‘sofa surfing’ or living in hostels. With its head office in Hatfield, hyh provides a variety of free services to 16 to 24 year olds who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Welwyn Hatfield Times: Classic Ibiza will once again be raising funds for Herts Young Homeless (hyh) at Hatfield House on Saturday, August 17.Classic Ibiza will once again be raising funds for Herts Young Homeless (hyh) at Hatfield House on Saturday, August 17. (Image: David Evans Photography)

hyh’s Nicola MacKinnon said: “We’re thrilled to be the charity partner for Classic Ibiza at Hatfield House again this year. 

The event is such an incredible thing to be part of and thanks to the huge generosity of the crowd, we raised over £2,300 to support young people at risk of homelessness." 


"Each year, we see the demand for our services change and increase, so being part of such a high-profile event is fantastic for us as it raises awareness of the charity as well as donations.

"The money raised improves the lives of young people through education, advice and support. We can’t wait to see you all in the summer.”

Classic Ibiza promises over five hours of Balearic-infused dance music headlined by the 32-piece Urban Soul Orchestra (USO).

The concert raised a grand total of £21,000 from last summer’s tour and aims to raise even more funds for the local charities it is partnering with in 2024.

Classic Ibiza’s Lisa Ward said: “For the first time, we’re giving our Hatfield audience the option of donating to hyh when they purchase tickets from our website.

Helping Classic Ibiza concert-goers to keep costs down is important to us, so unlike many promoters we don’t charge for parking and allow our guests to bring their own food and drink to our shows.

"If people can donate a fraction of these savings, I’m confident we can surpass last year’s total, assisting hyh to continue the incredible work it does in Hertfordshire.” 

There will also be various fundraising initiatives taking place on the evening, including a £2.50 donation from every programme sold, a recommended £5 donation from press and guest-list entries, as well as collection points at all entry and exit gates. 

Further funds will be raised at the hyh shop, selling a range of fun merchandise.



The general rule at Classic Ibiza is that the beats per minute goes up as the sun goes down.

The evening starts at 5pm with a vibe straight from one of Ibiza’s iconic beachside bars, before building to a magical al fresco nightclub by the time the concert finishes at 10.30pm.

Headlining the event are the USO, known for their work alongside dance music greats like Groove Armada, Robert Miles and Nightmares On Wax.

They’ll be delving into house music’s rich catalogue with DJ Goldierocks, reinventing the most iconic tracks from the last 30 years.

Along the way, highlights include a DJ set by former Pacha Ibiza resident Jose Luis and an awe-inspiring laser and light show.

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