Shed Seven to Play After Race Show at Doncaster Racecourse

Shed Seven The Piece Hall Halifax 2021

On Saturday 14 May 2022 Shed Seven will be headlining a special show at Doncaster Racecourse.

It’s the first live music event of summer 2022 at Doncaster Racecourse. And the unique gig will invite audiences to enjoy an entire day of racing at one of the UK’s most prestigious arenas, with the added bonus of a full Shed Seven set late into the evening.

They rose to fame as one of the leading lights of the Britpop scene in the mid-9os. Now, some 30 years since their formation in York in 1990, Shed Seven have established themselves as one of the nation’s favourite bands. Turning heads with the release of their classic debut album Change Giver in 1994, the Rick Witter five-piece unfurled a flurry of smash hits that would come to define the period. They amassed an impressive fifteen Top 40 singles and four Top 20 albums over the next five years.

Shed Seven To Play The Piece Hall, Halifax in Huge Summer Show

“No signs of slowing the pace”

After an extended hiatus in 2003, the Sheds surprised and delighted fans and critics alike as they returned with their first new studio album for 16 years. Instant Pleasures demonstrated a band back at the top of their game. They were rippling with ideas once more, and Instant Pleasures delivered exactly what it said on the tin. And today, the band are more in-demand than ever.

Thrilling audiences nationwide on their packed-out ‘Shedcember’ tour of 2021, the band are showing no signs of slowing the pace any time soon. The Sheds now look-on to their huge Doncaster Racecourse performance in Summer 2022.

With anthemic hits spanning three decades and energy in spades, few bands could be better suited to long summer evening show to a Yorkshire county crowd than Shed Seven. Recently celebrating the 25th anniversary of their first album release, expect a mix of Sheds classics. The set list will include ‘She Left Me On Friday’, ‘Dolphin’ and ‘Disco Down’. And don’t forget classics such as ‘Chasing Rainbows’ and ‘Going for Gold’.

Tickets are priced at £35 adults, and £25 under 18s. They’re available from: 


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