James Blunt returns to Newmarket Racecourse on June 29

PUBLISHED: 09:10 11 June 2018

James Blunt is performing at Newmarket Racecourse

James Blunt is performing at Newmarket Racecourse

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Newmarket Nights favourite James Blunt returns to the racecourse on June 29.

Blunt is one of the most prolific British artists of recent times. His 2004 debut, the phenomenally successful Back to Bedlam became one of the best-selling albums in UK chart history, producing break-out hits You’re Beautiful, Wisemen and Goodbye My Lover.

He has since sold more than 20 million albums worldwide and 12.8 million singles, with the most recent album The Afterlove, released in March, becoming his fifth top 10 charting album. The album cycle saw him sell out arenas across Europe and join Ed Sheeran on tour in the United States and Australia.

Tickets are priced from £26-£70 and are available from the website at: www.thejockeyclub.co.uk. Gates open at 3.30pm and first race is 5.30pm and the last is 9pm and then the concert will take place.

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