Ladies night is Gold!

Joseph Bulmer

Tony Hadley, widely regarded as one of the finest vocal talents in pop history, is set to perform at Exeter Racecourse on May 3 at the racecourses annual ladies’ night.

The performance coincides with Exeter’s final fixture of the season and will be preceded by six superb horse races.

General manager Alice Everitt said: “We are very excited about Tony Hadley coming to Exeter and it will be a fitting finale to another great season. This is our fourth annual ladies’ night and they’ve been such a huge success. Having such a popular artist will really add to the raceday experience.”

Tony Hadley’s music career spans five decades from when Spandau Ballet was formed in 1978. Their most memorable singles were Gold, Through the Barricades and Lifeline.

Since Spandau Ballet disbanded in 1990, Tony has been a solo artist in his own right and has spent the last 20 years entertaining audiences all over the world. To date he has released four solo studio albums.

Tony’s worldwide following is enhanced by his charitable work and as well as being patron of the Shooting Star Children’s Hospice he is involved with Action Medical Research and other charities as well.

As well as racing and music, there are �1,000’s worth of prizes to win on ladies’ night at Exeter for the best dressed ladies.

Tickets for the race night and concert are priced at �20 (premier), �15 (grandstand and paddock) and �5 (children aged 17 and under) are available now by contacting the ticket hotline on 08445793005 or by visiting

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