Jess Glynne to play at Haydock Racecourse

Posted on 16 February 2016
By Khyle Deen
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Joining already announced THE CORRS to their summer season of live concerts, The Jockey Club Live presents An Evening at the Races are delighted to welcome JESS GLYNNE to Haydock Park Racecourse on 1st July.

First coming into the public consciousness as the vocalist on Clean Bandit’s Grammy Award winning and #1 hit ‘Rather Be’; pop sensation Jess Glynne has since become one of the biggest UK breakthrough acts of recent years. Her number-one charting debut album, ‘I Cry When I Laugh‘, has now turned double platinum in the UK, making it the highest selling debut album of the past year. She also became the second British female solo artist after Cheryl to have five number-one singles in the UK. With no signs of slowing down, 2016 is set to be a further massive year for Jess – later this month she’ll be performing as the prestigious Brit Awards and has been nominated for British Breakthrough Act, British Female Solo Artist and British Single for ‘Hold My Hand’.

Jess Glynne said:
‘It’s going to be great fun playing Haydock Park Racecourse on 1st July after the races. I love outdoor shows and can’t wait to share some summer evenings with my fans!’

Jess Glynne will also be donating a portion of her fee to an equine charity, of which The Jockey Club Live will match. Details to follow at a later date.

An Evening At The Races’ offers a value for money experience unlike any other this summer. Alongside a show-stopping headlining performance by some of the worlds biggest artists, the action kicks off earlier in the day with a six race card – giving fans the chance to witness powerful equine athletes who are stars in their own right, and enjoy the thrilling drama and spectacle of them racing for glory. Whether you fancy a flutter or a dance with friends and family the event is certain to be an odds on favourite for all.

Jason Fildes, Haydock Park General Manager, said:
‘We’re thrilled to announce another superb music act in Jess Glynne for our exciting summer of music at Haydock Park. Jess is one of the biggest UK breakthrough acts over the past few years and has a double platinum album so I’m sure she’ll give the Haydock crowd an electrifying performance after an evening of excellent racing on the track. With The Corrs recently announced to be playing on Saturday 18th June and another exciting act to be revealed shortly, we’re all relishing another excellent music portfolio at Haydock Park this year!’

The Jockey Club Live are leading promoters on the UK live scene. From delivering a spectacular line up of some of the hottest chart talent and legendary household names in 2015, this year is set to continue the incredible success. Acts already announced for 2016 include Deacon Blue (Aintree), The Corrs (Newmarket, Epsom Downs, Haydock Park), Will Young (Newmarket, Carlisle), Busted (Sandown Park, Newmarket), Tears for Fears (Newmarket), Little Mix (Newmarket), Tom Jones (Aintree) and Bryan Adams (Sandown Park) with more announcements imminent. 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 some of the world’s most famous racecourses.

The racecourses have world-class customer facilities, featuring an array of award winning restaurants that cater for all tastes, be it Fine Dining through to delicious bistro food. The Jockey Club venues welcome over 2million people a year for some of the UKs biggest racing events so you can be sure a fantastic evening.

Tickets will be on sale at 8am on Friday, 19th February via, with a presale available to customers at 8am on Wednesday, 17th February. Tickets are priced starting at £30 adult /£15 child (under 18). Please note child tickets are limited. All T&C’s are available on There will be hospitality packages available to suit all budgets.

In addition to Haydock Park, The Jockey Club Live will be hosting live concerts across Newmarket, Market Rasen, Aintree, Epsom Downs, Carlisle, and Sandown Park racecourses this summer.