Madness, Jess Glynne and Rita Ora star amongst the acts ready to entertain you this summer alongside James and The Human League at a host of Arena Racing Company racecourses.
Rita Ora has just finished her sold-out Phoenix World Tour having gained very impressive 5-star reviews from all major critics. If you missed out or want to see Rita perform this summer, be sure to catch her at either Doncaster Racecourse on Saturday 29th June or Windsor Racecourse on Saturday 24th August.
Kicking off their racecourse tour to a sold-out crowd at Uttoxeter Racecourse in May, Madness have since performed to a record crowd at Ffos Las and another sold-out performance at Lingfield Park. Next on their list is a performance after the Northumberland Plate Day at Newcastle Racecourse on Saturday 29th June followed by a live performance after racing at Doncaster on Saturday 20th July before returning back to Wolverhampton on Friday 30th August.
Fresh from touring with the Spice Girls for their stadium tour across the UK, Jess Glynne is set to perform at Lingfield Park on Saturday 10th August and Wolverhampton Racecourse for Ladies Day on Saturday 31st August. Having played to over 18,000 racegoers at Doncaster Racecourse in May, Jess Glynne is one of the hottest stars at the moment and her live performances show how professional and well-loved the “Rather Be” singer is.
All Saints head to Chepstow Racecourse for a live performance after racing on Ladies Evening. The BRIT Award winning girl group rose to fame in the 90s with such number 1 hits as “Never Ever”, “Under The Bridge” and “Bootie Call”. Now is your chance to see them live on Friday 12th July!
Manchester legends, James have produced 15 Studio Albums and are set to perform live at Doncaster Racecourse on Saturday 17th August. One of Indie Rock’s most celebrated and enduring bands, they are no strangers to performing to sell-out crowds all over the world and will do the same again after racing this summer!
The Human League
The Summer of Music Concludes at Bath Racecourse on Saturday 14th September when The Human League will keep the crowd dancing after racing, with their iconic 80s pop sound. Set to perform all the classics that everyone knows including the number 1 smash hit, Don’t You Love Me Baby.