Tears for Fears to perform at Newmarket Nights this summer - tickets on sale now!

12:24 05 January 2016

Tears for Fears

Tears for Fears

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Tears for Fears will perform at Newmarket Racecourse on July 29.

Most known for their hit ‘Everybody Wants to Rule the World’, the 80’s band is the first headliner to be announced for Newmarket Nights’ 2016 series.

The band will play an action-packed set filled with classic hits and new songs, some of which will be played for the first time in the UK.

The concert, held in the picturesque open-air setting of the July Course at Newmarket Racecourse, will also feature a six-horse race in the early part of the evening.

Tickets, which cost £26 upwards for adults and £13 for children (under 18), are available from newmarkettickets.thejockeyclub.co.uk

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