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Saturday 14th September 2019
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80's chart-toppers, The Human League, will headline Bath Racecourses open-air stage on Saturday 14 September in a music concert combining thrilling horseracing and fantastic live music.
Past music events at Bath Racecourse have included acts such as UB40, James Blunt and Tom Grennan. The Human League will join these names to perform their much-loved Pop hits, including the famous number 1, Don't You Love Me Baby, live to racegoers after the day's exciting seven races have taken place.
With a first-class production behind-the-scenes, The Human League's iconic Pop sound will have everyone dancing the night away. This will be a night out to remember for anyone with a fondness for 80s music.
Event times Subject to change
How to find us Bath Racecourse is located north of Bath City centre and is easily accessed from Bristol and the M4 with plenty of free parking. Alternatively, there's a bus service from outside Bath Spa train station on Manvers Street. The first bus leaves the City Centre at 11.45pm and runs every 20 minutes until 5.30pm. The return buses leave the racecourse from 5.05pm and run on a shuttle service approximately every 15 minutes until 8.20pm.
Tickets All tickets include entry to enjoy the afternoon's racing and live music concert by The Human League.
Children under 18 go free when accompanied by an adult (*Some exceptions apply - including Lansdown Live events). ID may be required.
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