Kylie’s Haydock show is a sell-out

Kylie Minogue
Kylie Minogue
  • Pop princess to play to packed out crowd at Haydock Park Racecourse
  • Aussie singer sold out venue in record time
  • Kaiser Chiefs and Madness also set to headline throughout the summer

Global pop music superstar Kylie Minogue’s hotly-anticipated appearance in the borough at Haydock Park Racecourse is a sell out.

Tens of thousands of punters will flock to the track after snapping up the tickets to see the world-famous singer, perform with more than three months still to go.

An Evening at the Races will see the Australian pop queen perform a string of hits at the packed racecourse on a spectacular evening of sport and music on June 20.

The concert marks the beginning of Haydock Park’s biggest summer of music to date, with ‘80s icons Madness returning to the borough on July 3 before the Kaiser Chiefs bring the season to a close on August 7.

Jason Fildes, racecourse general manager, said: “We are delighted to announce that with more than three months to go, tickets for Kylie Minogue have sold out.

“Music nights at Haydock Park are renowned for combining quality racing with performances from world-famous artists and I have no doubt this will be another fine example of that.”

“We are looking forward to another superb event on June 20 and we hope all racegoers have a cracking day out at Haydock Park.”

There are still some limited hospitality tickets available for the show by Kylie, who has become one of the best-selling and most recognisable artists in pop music since having her first UK number one hit in 1987 with I Should Be So Lucky.

Known for her spectacular stadium and arena concerts, she is promising racegoers a lavish show including dancers and lots of glamour.

Tickets are still available for the shows by The Kaiser Chiefs, led by Ricky Wilson who is currently a coach on BBC1 talent show The Voice, and Madness, who sold out their previous visit to Haydock Park in 2013. Tickets are £30 for adults and £15 for under-17s.

Music nights at Haydock Park are renowned for combining quality racing with performances from world-famous artists and I have no doubt this will be another fine example of that

Jason Fildes, racecourse general manager

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