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The Boyz are in demand at Cartmel

Early Bird ticket sales for this summer’s Boyzone concert raceday soared after they were released on Friday. Due to high demand, the heavily discounted Early Bird adult ticket rate of £40 will close at midnight on Tuesday 17th April!

Once these have gone, Advanced tickets for the concert raceday will become available for purchase. There is still availability on tickets for both the two and four night camping packages during the June race meeting and for the ‘Ilex at Cartmel’ hospitality package, which includes a hot & cold buffet lunch and afternoon tea. The ever-popular party tents and the caravan pitches sold out in record time for both the Friday 29th June and Sunday 1st July.

Speaking about the popularity of the forthcoming concert raceday at Cartmel, managing Director Steve Cooper said, “We’ve been really pleased to see such a fantastically positive response from people when we announced that Boyzone would be playing this summer. The great atmosphere created by the special crowds that come to our events helps us to secure such big name performers!”

The Boyzone concert at Cartmel forms part of their celebratory 25th anniversary tour around the UK. After almost two and a half decades together, Boyzone have experienced phenomenal success and crushing personal tragedy but they’re as dedicated as ever and still command the respect of their hugely devoted legions of fans. Speaking about the upcoming tour, Boyzone agreed “It seems crazy that it was back in 1993 that we first got together but we are as energised now as we were back then. In 2018 we’ll celebrate our 25th anniversary, which is something we’re very proud and incredibly excited about. Long may this incredible journey continue.”

Full ticket information and a list of all the summer racing fixtures for Cartmel Racecourse is available at www.cartmel-racecourse.co.uk and commences on Saturday 26th May.

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