Three nights of great music at Goodwood's Friday Race nightsPosted in What to do Now
Join in the fun from the 8th June and listen to the sounds of Groove Armada, Dermot O'Leary and Mike Skinner at Goodwood's Spectacular 'Three Friday Race Night's'.
As the sun sets across the Downs, electronic DJ, Andy Cato, TV & radio presenter; Dermot O’Leary and The Streets frontman; Mike Skinner, will each step on to the hallowed turf of Goodwood Racecourse’s Parade Ring to perform as part of Three Friday Nights; a vibrant combination of racing, music and dancing on the 8th
After dark, heels will replace hooves as the Parade Ring transforms into a unique music arena. Thousands of race-goers will flock to the stage after the horse racing for an evening filled with music and dancing at one of Britain’s most picturesque racecourses nestled within the heart Goodwood Estate’s rolling countryside.
Groove Armada – 8th
Andy Cato, one half of popular electronic music duo will open the Friday Race Nights with a bang. Over the past decade, Groove Armada consisting of Any Cato and Tom Findlay, have established themselves as one of the planet's most-loved and biggest selling dance acts storming the charts and headlining stages at some of the world's biggest festivals. In 2010, they redefined the Groove Armada sound with their 6th
studio album, Black Light, and a year headlining festivals all over the world led to a Grammy nomination. Groove Armada whipped the 250,000 crowd into a frenzy at Fatboy Slim's infamous Brighton beach party and have played countless residencies in Ibiza. Taking their record bags to all corners of the world, the duo have played on mountain tops, remote beaches and WW1 biplanes.
Dermot O’Leary – 15th
Popular television & radio presenter; Dermot O’Leary, will take to the stage during the Three Friday Nights celebrations to perform his hotly anticipated DJ set. A firm favourite on both our TV screens and Radio, Dermot is best known for presenting one of Britain’s most popular TV programmes, X Factor and will now add a performance at Goodwood Racecourse to his belt.
Mike Skinner – 22nd
Previously fronting popular British band; The Streets, Mike Skinner will now debut solo at Goodwood as the closing act of Three Friday Nights. The Streets’ first song, ‘Has it come to this?’ was released in 2001 from their debut album ‘Original Pirate Material’ and was credited as the first UK garage song to become successful. The track was reviewed by popular music magazine, NME as ‘the most original, lyrical British rap in memory’ charting ‘an evolutionary route for UK garage’. With over ten years’ experience, four albums, countless festival performances and numerous top ten hits under his belt, Skinner is set to deliver an unforgettable finale to the electrifying Three Friday Nights extravaganza.
Three Friday Nights’ tickets start at £26. For further information, please visit