HACIENDA CLASSICAL BRINGS NEW SET FOR 2018 TO
HEADLINE HAPPY DAYS FESTIVAL SURREY SUNDAY 27TH MAY 2018
• Hacienda Classical brings the acclaimed production and new set for 2018 to Happy Days Festival, headlining the event's dance orientated Sunday.
• Hacienda Classical's Sunday sees classic dance
vocalists Robin S, Barbara Tucker, Byron Stingily, Alison Limerick and Sandy B complete the line up.
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As part of the second wave of dates to be announced for 2018, Hacienda Classical with Manchester Camerata, the city’s experimental orchestra, is set to perform its new set and soundtrack for this year at Happy Days Festival in Esher Surrey on Sunday 27th May.
This is the eigth year of Happy Days, an independently owned boutique festival which has grown organically over the years to become one of Surrey's main events of the year. With a main stage and a dance tent, the production is top notch with gourmet food and upmarket cocktail bars and takes place on a forty acre site set on an island bordered by the Mole River.
Split across soulful and dance days, Hacienda Classical's more dance orientated Sunday sees a number of seminal dance singers who shaped classic tunes at the club including Robin S, Barbara Tucker, Byron Stingily, Alison Limerick and Sandy B on the line up. Meanwhile the preceding day, the Saturday has more soulful leanings as Gloria Gaynor headlines with Al McKay's Earth Wind & Fire, Cameo and Kid Creole & The Coconuts all performing live.
All of this year's events for Hacienda Classical will feature its third new set which is currently being prepared by DJ's Graeme Park and Mike Pickering alongside executive producer Peter Hook musical director Tim Crooks. This version will once again see many new classic tracks added to the repertoire for the Hacienda Classical players and special guests.
Previous live guests at Happy Days have included the like of Roy Ayers, Kool And The Gang, Candi Staton, Happy Mondays, Human League, Sugar Hill Gang, The Fatback Band, Joyce Sims, Jocelyn Brown, Gwen McCrae, Ce Ce Peniston and more, marking it out as one of the premier soul and dance events in the South of England.