Artist of the Month: Hacienda Classical (Sept 2018)

Hacienda Classical with Manchester Camerata, the city’s experimental orchestra, is to return to where it's incredible journey started out a little over two years ago for a special celebratory concert at Manchester's prestigious Bridgewater Hall on Thursday 27th September. This exclusive Manchester show will commence Hacienda Classical's exciting UK tour and is sure to kick things off with a bang!

Going back to where it began, the much acclaimed Hacienda x Orchestra hybrid has sold out the best venues across the UK including the Royal Albert Hall, as well as taking signature slots at the most high profile festivals such as Isle Of Wight and Glastonbury. With over 30 shows under it's belt, Hacienda Classical started as a one-off show in 2016 and has since evolved into it's third year - bigger and better than ever.

With the set revised each year by original Hacienda DJ's Graeme Park and Mike Pickering, conductor Tim Crooks and executive producer Peter Hook, the first live shows of this year have seen great reactions for 2018's new set as the show moves forwards and evolves. The brand new soundtrack for 2018 promises many new additions of classic and well-loved tunes to the Hacienda repertoire. Graeme Park elaborates:

"We're continually looking to improve the show and next year's will be bigger and better. It has to be after the immense success of this year's show. We'll probably keep some songs and bring back some from 2016, but there will be lots of new songs, new guests and some surprises too."

Don't miss out on what's set to be an unmissable show at Manchester's Bridgewater Hall, and the Hacienda Classical UK tour to follow. Tickets on sale now!

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This article was a collaborative effort, written together by the See Tickets Marketing team; Georgia, Sarah, Hayley, Callum and Abi.

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