Kaiser Chiefs one-off show at Bath Racecourse rescheduled to 2021Posted on: 23 Jun 2020
Top off a day at the races with a one-off show from the Kaiser Chiefs.
English indie rock band, The Kaiser Chiefs, were set to perform a one-off show at Bath Racecourse earlier this month, on Friday 5 June.
But due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the show was postponed.
In better news, Kaiser Chief's huge Bath gig has now got a new date next year, in 2021: Friday 4 June.
All tickets include a full day of racing, followed by admission to an ourdoor gig with the renowned Northern four-piece.
All original tickets purchased for this year's event remain valid, with extra tickets available here.
The Human League performed at Bath Racecourse in September 2019
Formed in Leeds in the early noughties, The Kaiser Chiefs have stayed at the forefront of the UK indie scene for well over a decade.
In years gone by, the Yorkshire lads have made hits like 'I Predict a Riot' and 'Ruby'. Up to now, the band seven studio albums to their name, and three BRIT Awards.
At the height of it all, the Chiefs performed on Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage and featured in the closing ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics.
The Chiefs most recent album, Duck, released in 2019 climbed to number three in the UK album charts. So, they've still got it – nearly two decades later.
At Bath Racecourse, the band will perform a one-hour set at 21:30, following an afternoon of racing. Gates open at 14:30.
Though original tickets remain valid, there are still some tickets left here.
While General Admission Adult tickets cost £45.00, Child tickets (6-17 years) cost £28.13. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
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