What time does the music start at Newmarket races?
Newmarket Nights are our Friday evening racing plus music events with the artist taking to the stage at any time from 8pm.
What time do Newmarket Nights finish?
The approximate timings for the concert are 8.30pm – 10.30pm but please note these timings are different for each event and will depend on the Order of Running for the horseraces beforehand. If there is a delay with racing this will mean the concert has a slightly later start time.
Where are Newmarket Nights held?
Newmarket Nights at Newmarket Racecourses.
What time is Ladies Day Newmarket?
LALA’s Ladies Day at Newmarket – Thursday 9 July 7.30pm – DISCO at the Lion to finish the day off!
What time do the gates open at Newmarket?
Gates Open – 2.50pm First Race – 4.50pm Last Race – 8.20pm Tickets available at the gates for what looks set to be a glorious evening on The Rowley Mile!
What time does afternoon racing start at Newmarket?
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What do you wear to a racecourse?
Although far from compulsory in all enclosures, smart dress is the accepted dress code for racegoers. Trainers and shorts are widely regarded as unacceptable, although not forbidden in some enclosures or at some meetings. The classic Flat racing attire for men is a collared shirt with trousers and smart shoes.
What is the dress code for Premier Enclosure Newmarket?
PREMIER ENCLOSURE/HOSPITALITY AREAS Racegoers are encouraged to dress smartly in the Premier Enclosure. Most would wear smart trousers, a shirt and formal shoes or a dress or trouser suit with a hat or fascinator, but these are not compulsory.
Why is it called the Rowley Mile?
It is named after Charles II’s favourite stallion, Old Rowley. Rowley also became a nickname for the king himself, who had many mistresses. It has been raced on since the 17th century and the grass has been untouched since it was last ploughed on the orders of Oliver Cromwell.
What is Ladies Day at the races?
Ladies Day is traditionally the day in which women dress to impress – usually the most colourful day of the week. Women don fancy fascinators and high-fashion hats for the occasion, along with there best high heels and dresses. The day is traditionally the busiest at all racing events.
What date is the July Cup?
Saturday 9th July – Darley July Cup Day The final day of The July Festival is all about the Darley July Cup. This Group 1 Race is one of the most valuable and prestigious sprint races in the world and the winner is often acknowledged to be the best sprinter in Europe.