Madness

@ Newcastle Racecourse

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29 June 2019

10:30am

Madness are back announcing a string of outdoor racecourse shows for 2019!

Currently on their ‘The Sound of Madness UK – December arena tour’, the first outdoor show kicks off at Uttoxeter Racecourse taking place on Saturday 18th May, where the Summer will see them playing the fabulous racecourse grounds including Chepstow, Ffos Las in Carmarthenshire, Lingfield in Surrey, Newcastle and Doncaster, finishing off at Wolverhampton – Racecourse on Friday 30th August.

Madness celebrate being one of the top 20 selling UK groups of all time, with seven top ten albums to their name.   The band have reached the UK Top 20 charts twenty-two times, with over six million album sales.

Recently they’ve achieved gold status with their ‘Can’t Touch Us Now’ album, sold out shows across the country, and released their Full House – The Best Of Madness compilation.

Madness promise to play all the hits and fan favourites including ‘Baggy Trousers’, ‘One Step Beyond’, ‘My Girl’, ‘Our House’ and ‘It Must Be Love’, plus some brand new tracks too. 

For an action packed day out, why not celebrate a day of racing with friends and family, before dancing the night away with the delights of the wonderful Madness in concert finishing off a perfect Summer’s evening.    A gig not to be missed…

Venue
Newcastle Racecourse
High Gosforth Park
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE3 5HP

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