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Take That fans to flock to racecourse

PUBLISHED: 12:07 23 June 2009 | UPDATED: 10:21 06 July 2010

FANS of Take That, Madness and Blondie will be flocking to Yarmouth racecourse this summer to see tribute bands performing a series of classic pop, ska and punk rock songs.

FANS of Take That, Madness and Blondie will be flocking to Yarmouth racecourse this summer to see tribute bands performing a series of classic pop, ska and punk rock songs.

On Tuesday, July 14 it will be a case of Could it Be Magic as Fake That take to the stage on Ladies' Night to sing a medley of the boy band's greatest hits.

Then on August 5 fans of the nutty boys will be dancing in the stands as Ultimate Madness don their Baggy Trousers and Go One Step Beyond.

Finally on August 17 So Blondie will be recreating Debbie Harry's distinctive punk style rock music, including Heart of Glass and Atomic.

Race course manager Glenn Tubby said: “Live music acts after horse racing draws in big crowds during the summer and creates a superb atmosphere here.”

For details on the three tribute act nights visit www.greatyarmouth-racecourse.co.uk


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