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Monday 04 July 2022

Pete Tong's Ibiza Classics Recruit Becky Hill & Beverley Knight For A Unique Night @ The Brighton Centre

DJ and broadcaster Pete Tong has announced special guest vocalists Becky Hill and Beverley Knight will be joining Ibiza Classics this November, at the Brighton Centre. 

Since its fruition in 2016 with long-time collaborator and conductor, Jules Buckley, and The Essential Orchestra plus a whole host of special guest DJs and vocalists, Ibiza Classics has firmly cemented itself as part of the live music calendar becoming the world's most iconic classical electronic music event. 

Inventively bold, Ibiza Classics has showcased reimaginations of classic house tracks from Love Can"t Turn Around, Right Here Right Now to Free and Unfinished Sympathy to create an unforgettable night, reminiscent of the White Isle and its musical history.

Apart from worldwide sold-out live shows, Pete Tong and Jules Buckley have also released three chart-topping albums.

 
A pillar of dance music with an unparalleled ear for new talent, Pete Tong MBE is undeniably one of the world's most influential figures. 

Over the last three decades - both publicly and behind the scenes - Pete has been revered as an arena-selling artist, DJ, music producer, A&R, and the voice of Radio 1's prestigious dance programming. 
 
Tong also continues to bring new life to Classics in an ever evolving and forward-thinking way with Ibiza Classics 2022 promising to be a party like no other. 

Tickets are on sale now via www.gigsandtours.com and www.ticketmaster.co.uk.

by: Mike Cobley




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