Legendary DJ and industry icon Pete Tong and The Heritage Orchestra will perform Ibiza Classics on Friday 2nd August with The Jockey Club Live at Newmarket Racecourse.
Leading the electronic generation for the past two decades, the show which will be the last in this years’ series of Newmarkets’ Nights rounding off a spectacular line up of big names who have performed across the summer including Rudimental and Madness.
The one night spectacular which will also feature conductor Jules Buckley will combine unbelievable visual effects, brand new songs (which are currently under wraps), and everyone’s favourite White Isle dance tracks to get the crowd moving!
Growing in popularity every year, The Jockey Club Live’s amazing line-ups warrant their place among the must-attend social events in the summer calendar, last year playing host to tens of thousands of fans.
Not only do ticket holders get to enjoy the magical closing performance from Pete Tong and The Heritage Orchestra, but The Jockey Club Live offers guests the chance to enjoy a full day of racing at Newmarket, offering world-class facilities and everything from fine-dining through to bistro food. Revealed by Music Week as the UK’s 6th largest music promoter, they have worked with over 100 concerts in the last five years, welcoming 900,000 music and racing fans.
So what can we expect on the night? Luxe Bible asked the man himself…
Pete Tong: “I think it’s an intense 90 minutes of energy and obviously all familiar music that’s just so legendary. The way we put it together is pretty split, we have the orchestra mixing tunes together without stopping, but again they’re playing everything live, so it’s a pretty unique and energetic and euphoric experience, so be prepared!”
Luxe Bible are definitely ready! Get your tickets from £32 with a 10% booking fee, by clicking here with full T&C’s here. There’s also hospitality packages available to suit all budgets. Look out for The Jockey Club Live next year as they host live concerts across Sandown Park, Market Rasen, Aintree, Haydock Park and Carlisle racecourses next summer.