Win Tickets To See Scouting For Girls at Newmarket

THE first three acts for Newmarket Nights have been announced – and you could win a pair of tickets to one of the most glitzy events of the year. Newmarket Nights are a chance to enjoy a flutter on the horses followed by a stadium style concert from som

THE first three acts for Newmarket Nights have been announced - and you could win a pair of tickets to one of the most glitzy events of the year.

Newmarket Nights are a chance to enjoy a flutter on the horses followed by a stadium style concert from some of the world's most well-known bands.

This year, Scouting for Girls, Status Quo and Simply Red have all announced their arrival at the July Racecourse, famous for its English summer garden party atmosphere.

Seven concerts during the are promised - with more line-up announcements following soon. You could be in the Premier enclosure, enjoying a free concert courtesy of the Ely Standard. We have a pair of tickets for both Scouting for Girls and Status Quo to give away.


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To win, simply answer this question:

At which of Newmarket's Racecourses do Newmarket Nights take place?

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Answers on a postcard marked Newmarket Nights Competition to The Ely Standard, 38 Market Street, Ely CB7 4LS or email editor@ely-standard.co.uk by March 27. All entries must be clearly marked with full name, address and daytime telephone number. Please indicate whether you are entering for tickets to Status Quo, or Scouting for Girls.

INFO: Tickets for Newmarket Nights are now on sale and can be booked online at www.newmarketracecourses.co.uk or by calling 0844 579 3010. Early booking for all concerts is advised.

Prices

nStatus Quo: Friday July 24

Premier Enclosure tickets �30, grandstand & paddock enclosure �22, garden enclosure �15

nSimply Red: Friday July 31

Premier Enclosure tickets �35, grandstand & paddock enclosure �25, garden enclosure �15

nScouting for Girls: Friday August 7

Premier Enclosure tickets �28, grandstand & paddock enclosure �18, garden enclosure �12

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