From timings to seat information, here is everything you need to know about Newmarket Nights 2024.

Who is performing at Newmarket Nights 2024?

Newmarket Nights is a series of summer concerts taking place at the July Racecourse in Newmarket. 

Pete Tong kicks off the gigs with his Ibiza classics on Friday, June 21 followed by JLS on Friday, June 28. 

Busted perform on Friday, July 19 with James Arthur performing a concert on Friday, August 2. 

Newmarket Nights ends with Becky Hill on Friday, August 9.

What time does the music start and end?

The concerts are set start at 8.30pm and end at 10.30pm, but depend on the times for the horseraces on the day. 

If there is a delay with the races means the concerts will have a slightly later start time but generally the artist will come on stage 15 minutes after the last race. 

Tickets included access to the races and concert but if you do not want to attend the horseracing it is recommended you arrive 30 minutes before the final race. 

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Becky Hill is making her headliner debutBecky Hill is making her headliner debut (Image: Lesley Martin/PA)

How do I get there? 

If driving to the event use the postcode CB8 0XE for your satnav and follow signs for the event and parking when you arrive at the venue. 

Newmarket Racecourses provides a free shuttle bus from Newmarket High Street and Newmarket railway station. 

The venue also offers subsidised coaches to other nearby stations including Bury St Edmunds bus station. 

Can I bring my own food and drink?

Picnics can only be eaten inside the garden enclosure or the car park and food will not be permitted anywhere else. 

During Newmarket Nights access to the garden enclosure will only be given to those with specific tickets, which can sell out. 

Alcohol included in picnics must be limited to one bottle of wine or champagne per person, or four cans of beer, cider or premixed aperitif per person. 

Food and drink can be purchased from racecourse vendors but is card only.

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Boyband Busted are performing a gigBoyband Busted are performing a gig (Image: PA)

What items am I not allowed to bring?

Bag checks and physical searched will be in operation during the races and concerts. 

Items not allowed include food and drink, knives and sharp objects, weapons or "hoax" items, megaphones and airhorns, furniture, unidentifiable canisters, helium balloons, glass containers or professional filming equipment. 

As an outdoor standing venue, chairs cannot be bought into the venue but if needed for medical reasons you must apply at least two days in advance with the customer relations team. 

Is the racecourse accessible? 

There are viewing platforms for people with a disability and places can be reserved by calling 01638 675500.

There is dedicated Blue Badge parking in the premier and public car parks and attendants will be on hand to call for a golf buggy if further assistance is needed. 

Assistance dogs with valid identification can attend without an additional charge.