Jess Glynne will be returning to Newmarket Nights on Friday 6thAugust, as part of the The Jockey Club Live concert series for 2021.
With the addition of Jess to the bill, the line-up for live open-air concerts after racing at Newmarket Racecourses this Summer is now complete.
Sophie Able, General Manager, Newmarket said: “We have been working tirelessly behind-the-scenes since the announcement of the Government’s roadmap to secure a fantastic summer of live music. We can’t wait to welcome music fans back to Newmarket for incredible racing, plus the joy that live music brings – something we’ve all missed over the past year.
“With the addition of Jess Glynne, our season features beloved household names to chart-topping talent, making sure there is an evening for all and continuing Newmarket Night’s legacy as an unmissable event in the summer calendar.”
When you look at the statistics that have marked Jess Glynne’s sky-rocketing career so far, there is probably a look of mild disbelief on your face…. Her debut album I Cry When I Laugh is one of the defining British pop records of its era. It debuted at number one, spawning 12 million worldwide singles sales, 39 weeks on the UK top 10, 2.5 billion Spotify streams, a sold out UK arena tour, Brit, MTV: EMA, Ivor Novello, MOBO, Q and Glamour award nominations. She is the only British female ever to achieve seven #1 UK singles, and is fast-becoming the ultimate modern British popstar – effortlessly brokering the hinterlands between pop, soul, R&B and house music.
Jess Glynne said: “I had a wicked time headlining Newmarket Nights in 2017, looking forward to coming back. August will be all the more special after the last year we have all had!”
The Jockey Club Live delivers spectacular line-ups of some of the hottest chart talent and legendary household names to some of the world’s most famous racecourses. Summer Saturday Live and Newmarket Nights are a staple in the region’s social calendar and each year host tens of thousands of fans of live music. Past headliners have included Kylie, George Ezra and Little Mix.
The events are renowned for combining a fun filled evening at the races with a spectacular evening concert in the informal and relaxed open-air setting of the hallowed turf. Newmarket Nights won the ‘Best Event for Groups’ at the prestigious 2018 Group Leisure & Travel Awards.
The Jockey Club racecourses have world-class customer facilities, featuring an array of award-winning restaurants that cater for all tastes, from fine dining through to delicious bistro food. The Jockey Club’s racecourses welcome over 2million people a year for some of the UK’s biggest racing events so you can be sure of a fantastic evening.
Tickets will be on sale at 10am on Friday 21st May via https://www.thejockeyclub.co.uk/live/events-tickets, with a presale available to customers at 10am on Wednesday 19th May. Tickets start at £32.48 (inclusive of 12% booking fee). Book with confidence! The Jockey Club Live offer a money back guarantee if cancelled.
In addition to Newmarket, The Jockey Club Live will be hosting live concerts at Sandown Park and Haydock Park this summer, returning to Aintree, Market Rasen and Carlisle Racecourses in 2022.
- 17th July – Olly Murs – Haydock Park Racecourse
- 23rd July – Tom Jones – Newmarket Racecourses
- 30th July – Olly Murs – Newmarket Racecourses
- 5th August – Craig David – Sandown Park Racecourse
- 6th August – Jess Glynne – Newmarket Racecourses
- 13th August – Rick Astley – Newmarket Racecourses
- 28th August – Tom Jones – Haydock Park Racecourse (a standalone concert and does not feature racing beforehand)
- 28th August – McFly – Newmarket Racecourses (McFly headline ‘Summer Saturday Live’ at Newmarket Racecourses, a daytime family event)
- 10th June – Nile Rodgers & CHIC – Aintree Racecourse
- 15th July – The Script – Newmarket Racecourses
- 27th July – Nile Rodgers & CHIC – Sandown Park Racecourse
- 12th August – Pete Tong & The Heritage Orchestra – Newmarket Racecourses
Tickets for all shows are available now at https://www.thejockeyclub.co.uk/live/events-tickets
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