Ever wondered what your favourite house tune would sound like being played live by a 32-piece orchestra and incredible vocalists?

Well, here’s your chance to find out! You can now join Classic Ibiza’s 55,000 social media followers to vote for the track you most want the Urban Soul Orchestra to perform at Hatfield House on Saturday, August 17.

The five most popular tracks will be added to this summer’s orchestral set of over 40 dance anthems.

Classic Ibiza’s Lisa Ward said: “Choosing the tracks to be reinvented and performed live by Stephen Hussey’s Urban Soul Orchestra every summer is one of the highlights of organising Classic Ibiza.

"We just love sharing the fun with our amazing Hatfield audience.”

Welwyn Hatfield Times: The Urban Soul Orchestra on stage at Classic Ibiza.The Urban Soul Orchestra on stage at Classic Ibiza. (Image: Classic Ibiza)

From the suggestions posted on Classic Ibiza’s social channels, a shortlist of 10 tunes will be published on Good Friday (March 29), with a final round of audience voting open until Easter Monday (March 31).

The five winning tracks this year will be announced on Monday, April 8, 2024.

See www.facebook.com/ClassicIbiza/ on Facebook for more.



Last year’s track poll saw Silence (Delerium, Tiësto, Sarah McLachlan), King of My Castle (Wamdue Project, Roy Malone), Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) (C&C Music Factory), On a Ragga Tip (SL2) and Need You (100%) (Duke Dumont, A*M*E) added to the set list.

Lisa Ward added: “We’re especially looking for big tunes that will suit that special orchestral treatment. Think strings, horns, keys and of course infectious beats and vocals.

And don’t worry, Insomnia and Born Slippy are pretty much a permanent fixture of our set every year, so please don’t waste your vote!”

Classic Ibiza at Hatfield House is proud to be supporting Herts Young Homeless (hyh) to help raise funds for the outstanding work it does in Hertfordshire.

Visit classicibiza.co.uk for tickets and more information.

The general rule at Classic Ibiza is that the BPM goes up as the sun goes down.

The evening opens 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 Hertfordshire concert is the Urban Soul Orchestra, known for working 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.