The Jacksons Join Haydock Park Summer Season

MOTOWN legends The Jacksons are the latest artists announced for the Haydock Park Racecourse 2017 summer season, joining previously announced Olly Murs. The Jacksons, originally formed as The Jackson 5, will be visiting Haydock Park as they celebrate 50 hit-making years. Known for hits including ‘ABC’, ‘The Love You Save’, ‘I Want You Back’ and ‘I’ll Be There’, the group sold more than 200 million records during their time with the legendary Motown label. Building a reputation for their combination of music and brilliant choreography, they went on to score 17 Top 40 singles on the Hot 100 – together with 22 UK Top 40 singles – including Never Can Say Goodbye, Show You The Way To Go and Dancing Machine. Tito Jackson said: “We had the privilege of performing for Her Majesty The Queen when we first came to the UK in 1972 and we’re always excited to return. The British audiences love their music and we can’t wait to share ours with them when we bring our show to Haydock Park Racecourse this summer!” Alongside the headlining performance, the action kicks off earlier in the day with a six-card race. Jason Fildes, Haydock Park General Manager, said: “We’re thrilled to announce another fantastic act ‎for our summer of music at Haydock Park. With Olly Murs already selling well we’re delighted that the legendary Jacksons are performing with so many of their iconic hits such as ABC, Can You Feel It, I Want You Back and I’ll Be There. We just can’t wait for the summer to start at Haydock!” Tickets go on general sale this Friday 24 March at 8am via TicketQuarter. There will be an exclusive pre-sale for TicketQuarter subscribers on Thursday 23 March at 8am.  For access to priority booking, sign up to the TicketQuarter database at https://www.ticketquarter.co.uk/online/signup.asp before 3pm on Wednesday 22 March. To book tickets log on to https://www.ticketquarter.co.uk/Online/the-jacksons Call the TicketQuarter Box Office on 0844 8000 410* *CALLS COST 5P PER MINUTE PLUS YOUR PHONE COMPANY’S ACCESS CHARGE