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Craig David announced for Newmarket Nights next year

PUBLISHED: 06:00 11 December 2017 | UPDATED: 12:07 11 December 2017

Craig David will perform at Newmarket Nights next year. Picture: ANDREW WHITTON

Craig David will perform at Newmarket Nights next year. Picture: ANDREW WHITTON

IMAGE COPYRIGHT ANDREW WHITTON

Multi-platinum selling artist Craig David has been announced as the first act for next year’s Newmarket Nights.

Craig David will perform at Newmarket Nights next year. Picture: ANDREW WHITTON Craig David will perform at Newmarket Nights next year. Picture: ANDREW WHITTON

After initially rising to success with hit single 7 Days in 2000, the Grammy and Brit Award winner has recently made a triumphant return to the UK charts.

His single When The Bassline Drops with Big Narstie marked his comeback prior to the release of the number one album Following My Intuition last year.

The singer, rapper and record producer’s new album, entitled The Time Is Now is out in January.

The announcement of Craig David follows the confirmation that The Vamps will headline the family-friendly Summer Saturday Live on August 25 next year.

Amy Starkey, regional director east of Jockey Club Racecourses, said: “We are delighted to confirm Craig David’s first headline show at Newmarket Nights on July 20.

“His live shows are renowned, having sold out arenas across the country and I have no doubt we are instore for an incredible performance full of hits.”

Tickets will be on sale at 8am on Friday, December 15, via www.thejockeyclublive.co.uk, with a presale available to customers at 8am on Wednesday,December 13. Tickets prices start at £29.

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