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Ibiza Club Classics With Live Orchestra Comes To Liverpool This Summer

Live music is at the beating heart of Liverpool’s cultural centre, and this summer is due to start with a banging launch, as Revival Nation presents Ibiza Club Classics at the Invisible Wind Factory on Saturday 1 June 2024.

Featuring the Symphonica Orchestra and Mr Switch DJ as part of its headline appeal, this is an evening taking guests right back to 80’s anthems, iconic 90’s beats and the unforgettable tunes of the noughties. With early bird tickets already sold-out, this in-demand night promises to be one to 

With an incredible 26-piece orchestra on stage to really add something special to the event, and guest acts including Dan Mitchell and Kaci Lynch, with Caitlin Price, the night will honour previously loved genres, promoting modern twists on beloved styles including Jungle, Garage and House, bringing White Isle style to a city that is famous for its love of dance music. 

The evening itself comes courtesy of Protagonist Events, the brainchild of enterprising Alfie Abbott, as part of their Revival Nation Events banner. This is their live music launch evening, and Protagonist Events was founded by Alfie due to his passion for live music and his main burning business desire: to put guests at the heart of the event, from planning stages right through to every detail on the night. He spotted a determined gap in the market for live music events which put attendees first, giving them a guest experience with memories to last a lifetime.

Alfie Abbott owner of Protagonist Events comments: “Liverpool has rightly earned its place on the cultural map when it comes to every layer of dance music, and we want to place our guests at the heart of everything we do. From the brilliant location at the Invisible Wind Factory, to our reasonable ticket prices, to our inclusion of local Liverpool talent on our roster for the night, everyone who attends this first Revival Nation event can be assured that their experience is what centres our production values.

I really want to ensure that guests are the heart of the show, and what an event we have lined up for them. Back in the day, live dance music events of any kind were all about ending the working week and having the best times with friends. Speaking personally I can say that those memories are more important to me than any house I bought, car I owned or clothes I wore. This is all about a shared vision and experience, and the live music we are presenting, via contemporary versions of Ibiza Classics featuring the amazing Symphonica Orchestra, is all about making fresh memories. 

We also wanted to really let our guests know that this is a fantastic value event. With many live music events soaring in terms of ticket prices, we wanted to make sure that we could create a unique Ibiza-style, premium quality night but make it affordable for our guests who have busy lives and lots of pressure on their budgets right now.

The future for Revival National Events includes further live music nights, and I am delighted that we are also branching out into other areas of interest including our Evening With Events series featuring some seriously talented football legends – we know from talking to our key demographics that this is another idea of a great night out for them. So we will be keeping you posted on all future events across our website and socials.

As for our Ibiza Club Classics event we want everyone to feel welcome – forget velvet ropes and VIPs, this is all about everyone dancing shoulder-to-shoulder, at what promises to be the first, and best, live dance music event of the summer.”

Ibiza Club Classics with a live orchestra takes place on Saturday 1 June 2024 at 7pm until 1 am, with performances starting at 8 pm. Please note the event is for guests aged 18 and over only.

Ibiza Club Classics with Live Orchestra
1 June 2024
Invisible Wind Factory


Founder and Editor, Clare Deane, shares her passion for all the amazing things happening in Liverpool. With a love of the local Liverpool music scene, dining out a couple of times a week and immersing herself in to all things arts and culture she's in a pretty good place to create some Liverpool Noise.

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