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Pop superstar Jess Glynne to perform at Newmarket Nights

08:07 15 February 2016

Jess Glynne

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The star will donate a portion of her fee to an equine charity, which will be matched by The Jockey Club Live.

Jess Glynne will perform at the town’s open-air Adnams July Course on August 12.

She said: “I love outdoor shows and can’t wait to share some summer evenings with my fans.”

Last year’s season welcomed acts including Kylie, Spandau Ballet, Tom Jones and Kaiser Chiefs, collectively playing to more than 100,000 fans.

Tickets will be on sale at 8am on Friday via www.thejockeyclublive.co.uk, with a presale available to customers at 8am on Wednesday.

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