Kaiser Chiefs rock out Newmarket Nights

The Voice UK coach Ricky Wilson performing for the Kaiser Chiefs concert at Newmarket Nights Picture

The Voice UK coach Ricky Wilson performing for the Kaiser Chiefs concert at Newmarket Nights Picture: ANGELA SMITH - Credit: ANGELA SMITH

Take a look through our gallery as the Voice UK coach-led Kaiser Chiefs rocked out Newmarket Nights.

Fans enjoying the Kaiser Chiefs at Newmarket Nights Picture: ANGELA SMITH

Fans enjoying the Kaiser Chiefs at Newmarket Nights Picture: ANGELA SMITH - Credit: ANGELA SMITH

The Yorkshire five-piece indie rockers took the stage at the famous Newmarket Racecourse on Friday, June 28.

Returning to the world-famous racecourse for their first time since 2016, the band put on a raucous performance for a bouncing crowd.

The band, who rose to fame with iconic hits "I predict a riot" and "Ruby" will look to continue their success later this year with the release of their seventh album "#KC7", which they hope to be their seventh consecutive top ten album.

Don't forget to read our review here.

Frontman Ricky Wilson rocking out at Newmarket Nights Picture: ANGELA SMITH

Frontman Ricky Wilson rocking out at Newmarket Nights Picture: ANGELA SMITH - Credit: ANGELA SMITH

Fans enjoying the Kaiser Chiefs at Newmarket Nights Picture: ANGELA SMITH

Fans enjoying the Kaiser Chiefs at Newmarket Nights Picture: ANGELA SMITH - Credit: ANGELA SMITH

Fans enjoying the Kaiser Chiefs at Newmarket Nights Picture: ANGELA SMITH

Fans enjoying the Kaiser Chiefs at Newmarket Nights Picture: ANGELA SMITH - Credit: ANGELA SMITH

The five-piece Leeds indie rockers played Newmarket Nights on Friday, June 28 Picture: ANGELA SMITH

The five-piece Leeds indie rockers played Newmarket Nights on Friday, June 28 Picture: ANGELA SMITH - Credit: ANGELA SMITH

Fans enjoying the Kaiser Chiefs concert at Newmarker Nights Picture: ANGELA SMITH

Fans enjoying the Kaiser Chiefs concert at Newmarker Nights Picture: ANGELA SMITH - Credit: ANGELA SMITH

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