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Were you in the crowd for The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights?

PUBLISHED: 12:19 07 August 2018

The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

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Did you see The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights? Check out our gallery of show photos - and spot yourself or a friend among the crowds.

Crowds watching The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIACrowds watching The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

The concert turned back the clock to the days of classic hits by the likes of Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross and The Supremes, Stevie Wonder, Jackson 5, Smokey Robinson and many more, all portrayed by a multi-talented band and cast.

The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIAThe Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

With glittering costume changes and dazzling dance moves, the spectacular show featured non-stop entertainment, with 40 great Motown songs.

Crowds watching The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIACrowds watching The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

Numbers on the set list ranged from Ain’t No Mountain to Signed Sealed Delivered, Dancing in the Street, Blame It on the Boogie and many others.

Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIAMagic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

The packed audience had a great time, and, after fans at the Newmarket Nights Plan B concert had to put up with heavy rain, this time the weather was kinder!

Crowds watching Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIACrowds watching Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

Can you spot yourself or any of your friends in our photo gallery? Share this post with them, and let them know by tagging them in the comments on social media.

The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIAThe Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

Other concerts coming up at the racetrack venue include Nile Rodgers & CHIC on August 10 and George Ezra on August 17, while The Vamps will be headlining Summer Saturday Live on August 25.

The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIAThe Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

Crowds watching The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIACrowds watching The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIAMagic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIAThe Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIAMagic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIAThe Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIAThe Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIAThe Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

The Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIAThe Magic of Motown at Newmarket Nights. Picture: ON TRACK MEDIA

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