With our first live music event out the way, it's time to start looking at what we have coming up in the next few weeks, and also let you know what availability we have left.
The Fab4 went down an absolute treat at the weekend, thanks to everyone who came along!
|3 members of the Fab4 with John Moon, relaxing before their performance!|
This coming Saturday we have a new act performing at the racecourse, Queen II. Anticipation is high for the band, with the Ringside Restaurant and Premier with entertainment tickets already sold out! We do have limited availability in the Horizons restaurant, so call today if you are interested.
Just one week after Queen II rock the Ringside, we also have live music from racecourse regulars One Stop Boogie. Tickets are still available, but the band does sell out every year so book now! If you would like to see what the band get up to, click here.
If that's not enough to get you on the dance floor, just one week later, we have teenage heart throbs Re-Take That performing. We re-book the lads every year as guests comment about the fantastic show they put on! Again the Ringside is sold out, but we do have Horizons and Premier with entertainment available.
If you would like more information on any of the live music evenings, don't hesitate to call us on 01902 390000.
You may have seen last Friday that racehorse Dvinsky visited the racecourse and broke Sharp Hat's modern-day record for the most runs in Britain, with 218 runs. As reported on the Racing Post website, The 11-year-old has been remarkably consistent throughout his 217 (now 218!) race career. Dvinsky, who had previously won twice at Wolverhampton raced in second for much of the journey before tiring in the straight to finish ninth. The racecourses Managing Director David Roberts said: "We are delighted that Dvinsky came to Wolverhampton for his 218th appearance on Friday and that David Hardaker [owner] and Paul Howling continue to support the all-weather tracks with this record-breaking horse".