A 32-piece orchestra got a capacity crowd jumping as it performed over 40 dance classics at a stately home.

The Urban Soul Orchestra performed at Classic Ibiza, which returned to Ragley Hall, near Alcester, on Saturday (July 6).

Thousands attended for a five-hour journey of Balearic-infused house music, performing 16 new orchestrations in a set of over 40 classics.

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Classic Ibiza's Lisa Ward said: "What a way to celebrate our return to the beautiful grounds of Ragley Hall.

"The weather gods were certainly smiling on us, and our performers and crew were on point.

"A huge thank you to our incredible Warwickshire audience who turned out in their thousands to party with us – you definitely brought the vibe, and we can't wait to see you all again next summer."

The concert kicked off at 5.30pm with a chill-out DJ Set.

As the crowd settled into the family-friendly atmosphere over their picnics, former Pacha Ibiza resident DJ Jose Luis took control.

His Afro/Latin house set included a live jamming session with members of the orchestra.

USO and DJ Goldierocks were up next for a dance set and laser light show, taking centre stage for the San Miguel Sundowner Set, which saw dance classics such as 'Go' by Moby, 'Unfinished Sympathy' by Massive Attack, 'What Is Love' by Haddaway, Rhythm Is A Dancer by Snap!, and 'Children' by Robert Miles reinvented.

The marathon concert rounded off at 11pm, with the audience bid goodbye with the encore of Classic Ibiza favourites, including 'Born Slippy' by Underworld, Rudimental's 'Waiting All Night' and 'Sandstorm' by Darude.

The concert is set to make its return to Ragley Hall on Saturday, July 5, 2025.

Tickets are set to go on sale on Wednesday (July 10) at classicibiza.co.uk.

The event supported The Shakespeare Hospice.