WITH just over six weeks to go until Classic Ibiza with Ministry of Sound at Harewood House, concert organisers have revealed the track-list.

Performed by The Urban Soul Orchestra, DJ Goldierocks and a host of live vocalists, the event on July 28 is billed as concert for all the family. The evening begins with a chill-out set where people can enjoy their picnics, or dance along as the sun fades.

The tracks in the first half are: Les Nuits (Nightmares on Wax), At the River (Groove Armada), Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? (Moby), Unfinished Sympathy (Massive Attack), So Good to Me (Chris Malinchak), Pacific State (808 State), Waves (Mr Probz), Missing (Everything But The Girl), Children (Robert Miles), Barber’s Adagio For Strings (William Orbit) and Something Good (Utah Saints).

Stephen Hussey, conductor and founder of The Urban Soul Orchestra, said: “Is there a better way to kick off a summer’s evening than to listen to these chilled-out tracks over a glass of bubbly?”

The first half is followed by an interval where DJ Goldierocks will turn things up, getting the crowd into the mood before the orchestra and vocalists return to the stage to perform some real dance-floor fillers.

Tracks will include: Right Here, Right Now (Fat Boy Slim), Insomnia (Faithless), Easy/Superstylin’ (Groove Armada), Groovejet (Spiller), Found A Cure (Ultra Naté), Lady (Modjo), Sing It Back (Moloko), Music Sounds Better With You (Stardust), One More Time (Daft Punk), Show Me Love (Robin S.), Rhythm is a Dancer (Snap!), You Don’t Know Me (Armand van Helden), Let Me Be Your Fantasy (Baby D), Call On Me (Eric Prydz), Blind Faith (Chase & Status), Born Slippy (Underworld), Sandstorm (Darude), Titanium (David Guetta Ft. Sia), Don’t You Worry Child (Swedish House Mafia), Levels (Avicii), Out of Space (The Prodigy), Hey Boy, Hey Girl (The Chemical Brothers), Touch Me ft. Cassandra (Rui Da Silva), Rhythm of the Night (Corona) and Free (Ultra Naté).

For full event details and tickets visit www.classicibiza.co.uk or call the event box office on 01283 841601.