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IBIZA CLASSICS EVENING AT CHESTER RACECOURSE

Move to the rhythm of racing and summer beats at Chester Racecourses summer music weekend on Friday the 12th of July.

There’s nothing quite like a Friday night race meeting at Chester Racecourse! Experience the stunning setting of a long summer’s evening while you indulge in a refreshing Pimms or treat yourself to a bottle of Laurent-Perrier Champagne to share with your friends and loved ones.

This year, Chester Races are really upping their game. Get set for the ultimate start to a weekend with the amazing Ibiza in Symphony – an electrifying live 10-piece orchestra – coming to Chester Racecourse for their Ibiza Classics Evening on Friday 12th July 2024. A seamless blend of electronic beats, live instruments and soaring vocals, Ibiza in Symphony has been taking the UK by storm, bringing the biggest Ibiza anthems to life in a unique and unforgettable way.

Guaranteed to have you singing, dancing and reminiscing, this is an exciting raceday that you certainly don’t want to miss!

Featuring a setlist that includes iconic tracks from Fatboy Slim, Robert Miles, Darude, Swedish House Mafia, Faithless, ATB and more, Ibiza in Symphony will be bringing their immersive and atmospheric show to the racecourse after all the exciting racing.

For more information visit the website

This year Chester Rcaecourse are rewarding guests Who book early with the best ticket prices. This means the quicker you book, the better price you’ll get!

Book now to secure your place.

For group bookings or for more information, please call the box office on 01244 304610 or email enquiries@chester-races.com.

Please note that all tickets will be subject to a £1.25 per ticket administration fee.

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