Sir Tom Jones to thrill legions of home fans at Chepstow Racecourse
Mon, Feb 3, 2014
WELSH singing sensation Sir Tom Jones returns to his roots this summer with a special one-off concert at Chepstow Racecourse.
The show-stopping performer is destined to take his homeland by storm on July 11 at the premier sporting venue.
Sir Tom, who hails from Pontypridd and can currently be seen each Saturday night in his role as a coach on BBC One talent show The Voice, will take to the stage after seven live races.
His plethora of hits like ‘It’s Not Unusual, ‘What’s New Pussycat’ and ‘Delilah’ are sure to bring a fantastic atmosphere to the course and thrill fans of all ages.
News of the concert was announced on Real Radio earlier this morning, the event’s media partner.
“ It will be an honour to come back to South Wales for a show and what a show it will be!" said Sir Tom.
Chepstow Racecourse’s Executive Director Phil Bell said: “It’s a great coup for Chepstow to have secured a performance by one of the world’s best known singers. He has been a star for decades and we are thrilled he will be coming back to the area where his incredible success story began.”
In summer 2013, Chepstow Racecourse had a sell-out start to its series of music concert nights, with 10,000 people flocking there for its Madness gig.
Tickets for Sir Tom Jones are priced at £45 and can be booked exclusively online until February 16. From February 17, tickets can also be purchased by calling Chepstow Racecourse on 01291 622260.
Tables in the restaurant are £139pp for window and £129pp for non-window. Private hospitality starts from £169pp. These bookings will be taken over the phone, again on 01291 622260.