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Jockey Club Live announce more acts

Article 12th December 2018

Two more chart-topping music acts have signed up to play open air concerts at Jockey Club racecourses in 2019.

Rudimental will make their Newmarket Nights debut at The July Course on Friday 26th July next year, while singer Jess Glynne will take to the stage at Sandown Park on Thursday 8th August.

The news comes after Craig David was announced as starring at Market Rasen on Saturday 17th August and Thriller, which documents the success of Michael Jackson and is one of the longest-running musicals in West End history, was booked for Newmarket for Friday 19th July.

Glynne, who has appeared at Wincanton, Carlisle and Market Rasen racecourses already, will showcase songs from ‘I Cry When I Laugh’, a record which has spent an astonishing 138 weeks in the album charts.

Phil White, Regional Director, London Region, Jockey Club Racecourses, said: “We are delighted to announce Jess Glynne as our first confirmed act performing at Sandown Park next summer.

“It’s exciting to be welcoming an internationally renowned artist to Esher and we’re set to enjoy a great evening of racing followed by top live music.”

Mercury Prize nominees Rudmimental have sold more than 4.3 million singles and Amy Starkey, Regional Director, East Region, Jockey Club Racecourses, is excited to be welcoming the four-piece band to Newmarket.

She said: “We are delighted to be welcoming Rudimental to the Newmarket Nights stage for the first time. Our DJ nights have been a big hit, so Rudimental will be a great addition to our 2019 line-up.

“Keep an eye out for more exciting announcements in the coming weeks!”

The four shows will take place after racing and form just part of Jockey Club Live’s music calendar for 2019. A host of other music nights are set to be confirmed soon.


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