September 2, 2019
The Australian Turf Club (ATC) has announced an impressive line-up of performers for this year’s Everest Carnival concert series with Aussie indie pop duo, Client Liaison, to headline at Royal Randwick.
Ever-popular Client Liaison will promise an unforgettable day at the races performing on Moët & Chandon Spring Champion Stakes Day in the Theatre of the Horse after the last race on Saturday, October 12.
Off the back of an international publishing deal with BMG and new hit single The Real Thing, Client Liaison, said they couldn’t be more excited to keep the celebrations rolling at Royal Randwick, with the Everest Carnival a key performance ahead of their national tour in October.
“Visiting Sydney and performing at the Everest Carnival is something we’re really excited about,” said Client Liaison vocalist Monte Morgan.
Additional key performers confirmed for the Everest Carnival are nationally renowned party band, Furnace and the Fundamentals, in the Theatre of the Horse on TAB Epsom Day on Saturday, October 5, who will remix their way into the evening.
Presented by Heineken, a line-up of the nation’s hottest DJ acts will entertain poolside within the exciting new Pony Palms trackside destination, including house duo Yolanda Be Cool and electronic music duo Set Mo (DJ Set) featuring Woodes on Colgate Optic White Stakes Day on September 21.
Sydney DJ Jesabel will perform on Moët & Chandon Spring Champion Stakes Day on October 12, with hugely popular Natalie Sax appearing on Everest Day on October 19, and Australian music chart toppers Sneaky Sound System on The Agency Cup Day on November 5, plus more to be announced.
Corina Black, ATC Executive General Manager of Commercial is thrilled with the entertainment offer and looks forward to announcing more headline acts as we head in to October.
“We have focussed on increasing the entertainment offer for all racegoers at Royal Randwick and Rosehill Gardens this Everest Carnival so whether you’re based in the new Pony Palms or near The Theatre of the Horse, there will be no shortage of credible musical acts.
“To have Client Liaison perform on Moët & Chandon Spring Champion Stakes Day and Furnace and the Fundamentals on TAB Epsom Day is incredibly fitting, giving people an opportunity to end their day on a high. There will be more exciting news to announce in coming weeks.”
The Australian Turf Club’s new concert series has been designed to expand the raceday experience for all, with a variety of acts booked for premium Group 1 raceday events with more big name acts scheduled for Everest Day and the new Golden Eagle Day at Rosehill Gardens on November 2.
“A carnival raceday experience is much more than simply watching the horse racing these days, it’s an all-round entertainment package with live music, credible DJs, fashion activations and guest chefs such as Guillaume Brahimi, which is something we’re going to keep lifting the bar on,” added Ms Black.
For more information, events and ticket bookings on the Everest Carnival please visit: theraces.com.au
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