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CLASSIC IBIZA TICKETS DUE TO SELL-OUT AT BURGHLEY HOUSE STAMFORD

If you’re desperate to get out there and party again this summer you’re being urged to get your tickets quick for Classic Ibiza in Stamford.

There are fewer than 1,000 tickets left for the outdoor music event at Burghley House in July which will feature an extended programme, enhanced light-show and new tracks.

Since the Government announced a potential end date for lockdown, the organisers of Classic Ibiza have been overwhelmed by demand for tickets for all of their concerts, with some venues already selling out. The show’s first ever visit to Burghley House is due to follow suit.

Lisa Ward, Director of Revival Productions and Classic Ibiza promoter, said: “It’s been amazing! Due to our current plans to cap audience numbers to enable social distancing, should this still be in place, we have less than 1,000 tickets left for our show at Burghley House on Saturday 31 July.” So, if you don’t want to miss out on the party of the summer, get yours now!

Lisa added that if you miss the boat now, then all is not necessarily lost: “We will review the situation again in late spring when there is a possibility, if the situation continues to improve, that we can relax social distancing and release more tickets. So, if you are unable to get tickets before the current allocation has sold out, you can register for the priority waiting list here.”

Classic Ibiza, in association with San Miguel, is coming to Burghley House for the first time with its heady blend of Balearic-infused house music, performed by the 32-piece Urban Soul Orchestra (USO), headline DJs and globally renowned vocalists. In 2019, Classic Ibiza performed to 70,000 people in the UK and Spain. This summer’s show, which was postponed from 2020, promises to be better than ever with an extra hour-long chill-out DJ slot, performed by Jose Luis (former Pacha and Ministry of Sound resident), new tracks, an enhanced light-show and most importantly… even more toilets!

Concert organisers are working with We Are The Fair, a health & safety specialist event company, that helps large concerts, like Classic Ibiza, to take place safely in the current environment. We Are The Fair’s CEO, Nick Morgan, sits on the steering group of The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, as well as Public Health England.

For up-to-date ticket information, please visit the Burghley House section of the Classic Ibiza website https://www.classicibiza.co.uk/burghley

Photos: George Heaton.

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