Indie-titans – the Kaiser Chiefs - are heading to Bath Racecourse this summer for a live performance after the evening’s racing on Friday 5 June. You can save up to 28% by securing an early booking ticket – but only until midnight on Monday 2 March.
Established as one of the best loved guitar bands to emerge this century, the Kaiser Chiefs will be heading to the races with a winning set-list of bona fide indie belters in their arsenal.
Over the last 15 years, the Kaisers have become a real household name. They have seven critically acclaimed and Top 10 charting albums selling multi-millions worldwide; made memorable performances at some of the biggest events in recent history, including Live 8 and the 2012 Olympics Closing Ceremony; and won innumerable awards, including ‘Best Live Act’ at both the Brit Awards and Q Awards. With top 10 hits like ‘I Predict A Riot’, ‘Ruby’, ‘Oh My God’, ‘Never Miss A Beat’, and ‘Everyday I Love You Less & Less’ all cementing the band’s penchant for penning contemporary pop classics like few of their peers, the many highlights to be found on their acclaimed #3 charting 2019 album ‘Duck’, illustrate a band that have no intention of slowing down soon.
Maddie Wright, Interim General Manager at Bath Racecourse said: “We are really looking forward to the Kaiser Chiefs performing live after a day at the races on Friday 5 June. They have so many hits in their arsenal that appeal to a wide-range of fans, and they are known for putting on an incredible show – we can’t wait!
“Tickets are selling fast and, at the moment, are just £35; that’s for the live concert plus all the evening’s racing, so it’s a really great value night out. With the relentless weather we’ve been having, I know I’m looking forward to enjoying some summer nights out in the sun so I hope people take advantage of this offer to have something exciting to look forward to in these gloomy days!”
Early booking tickets cost just £35 – saving a huge 28% compared to on-the-day prices – but are only available until midnight on Monday 2 March. For a rock-star experience, there is very limited hospitality and fine dining options available from £129.