Chart topping singer Becky Hill will join Pete Tong on stage for the legendary dance DJ’s sensational Ibiza Classics show at Scarborough Open Air Theatre.

Becky – the voice and songwriter behind such smashes as ‘Warm’, ‘Rude Love’ and ‘Unpredictable’ and collaborator with Wilkinson, Oliver Heldens, MK, Matoma and Rudimental – will open the show on Friday July 20.

Following her own set, Becky will then join Pete Tong and the Heritage Orchestra, conducted by Jules Buckley, for the critically acclaimed Ibiza Classics show.

The show – a smash hit with fans of both dance and orchestral music –  is an audio and visual spectacle, showcasing some of the world’s best loved dance music in a way audiences have never heard or seen before.

And Becky, who provided the vocals for the track ‘Sing It Back’ on Pete Tong’s ‘Ibiza Classics’ album, is relishing her performance at Scarborough OAT.

Becky said: “I am so excited to play the next Pete Tong Ibiza Classics shows. You can catch me supporting with my own show before too, so see you there.”

Becky burst onto the national stage as a semi-finalist in the first series of hit TV show The Voice before featuring on Rudimental’s Mercury and Brits-nominated number one album ‘Home’.

She was a co-writer and performer on their track ‘Powerless’ and went on to perform with the band at major festivals across Europe.

Becky appeared on and co-wrote a vocal version of Oliver Heldens’ ‘Gecko (Overdrive)’ which topped both the UK Singles and Dance charts.

This summer’s fantastic line-up at Scarborough OAT also includes gigs by Britney Spears, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Emeli Sandé, Lionel Richie, Stereophonics, James Arthur, Texas, Nile Rodgers and CHIC, Bastille, Il Divo, Gary Barlow, The Script, Steps and Alfie Boe’s special Armed Force Day concert.

Tickets for all shows at Scarborough OAT are available from the Scarborough Open Air Theatre’s Box Office (01723 818111) and the Discover Yorkshire Coast Tourism Bureau (01723 383636).