The acclaimed Haçienda Classical with Graeme Park, Mike Pickering and Manchester Camerata comes to Bristol’s Harbourside Ampitheatre on Saturday 24th June as part of a run of prestigious gigs over the summer including a sold out London Royal Albert Hall concert just gone and opening Glastonbury’s main stage the day before the Bristol appearance.

Hacienda Classical headlines the Saturday evening of the city’s Bristol Sounds concerts which also see Manic Street Preachers, Bonobo and Craig David take charge of the Harbourside Ampitheatre stage during the week.

The Independent awarded the recent Royal Albert Hall show five stars, claiming that “”it doesn’t get much better than this…A poignant, powerful performance that weaves together club classics with a live orchestra“. Full review here –http://bit.ly/HaciendaClassicalRAHIndpendentReview
Haçienda Classical, sees the clubs original DJ partnership Graeme Park and Mike Pickering reinterpret seminal dance classics with Manchester Camerata – “Probably Britain’s most adventurous orchestra” (The Times) – conductor Tim Crooks and guests performing a full, continuous set.

Haçienda Classical has returned in 2017 with a new set, aired for the first time at concerts in Leeds and Glasgow. The Yorkshire Evening Post commented on the Leeds show calling it ” two hours of sheer enjoyment for the head, heart and feet, this is a show that’s hard to beat,” while Contact Music hailed it as “a total success”.
Meanwhile the second fully sold out Glasgow show was awarded the full five stars by The Wee Review (“the atmosphere was joyous”) whilst the Daily Record labelled the revised concert and set up  “impressive but tunes remain at the heart of it all.”

Upcoming shows for Haçienda Classical over Summer 2017 include Glastonbury Festival,  Harbourside Ampitheatre Bristol, Manchester’s Castlefield Arena, Kew The Music, Lytham Festival, Newcastle’s Live From Times Square, Liverpool’s Hope & Glory Festival, The Big Feastival, Brighton Racecourse with a homecoming end of year concert just announced for Manchester’s Apollo Theatre.

As The Haçienda’s dance heritage has collided with the world of classical music, the concerts have been widely praised with great audience responses from the gigs, and dates selling out in minutes.
 In its second year, the tour returns to venues that hosted 2016’s inspirational nights as well as new locations, recreating the tunes that defined a generation at the original club, renewed afresh and rearranged with a classical orchestra.

FRIDAY 26 MAY 2017                               Royal Albert Hall, London (SOLD OUT)
SATURDAY 24 JUNE 2017                       Glastonbury Festival (SOLD OUT)
SATURDAY 24 JUNE 2017                       Harbourside Ampitheatre, Bristol
SATURDAY 1 JULY 2017                         Castlefield Bowl, Manchester (SOLD OUT)
FRIDAY 14TH JULY 2017                         Kew The Music, Kew Gardens, London
THURSDAY 3RD AUGUST 2017             Lytham Festival, Lytham
FRIDAY 4TH AUGUST 2017                    Times Square, Newcastle
SUNDAY 6TH AUGUST 2017                   Hope & Glory Festival, Liverpool
FRIDAY 25TH AUGUST 2017                  The Big Feastival, Markham
SATURDAY 9TH SEPTEMBER 2017     Brighton Racecourse, Brighton
SATURDAY 25TH NOVEMBER 2017    Manchester Apollo, Manchester

Tickets for all dates available from See Tickets – www.seetickets.com
Direct ticket link for all dates here – http://bit.ly/HaçiendaClassical2017SeeTickets