October 5, 2019
The Australian Turf Club has seen another surge in ticket sales for the running of the world’s richest race on turf following the announcement of pop and TV star Kelly Rowland’s after-race concert.
Less than 9,000 general admission tickets remain on sale for the running of the $14 million The TAB Everest on Saturday 19 October at Royal Randwick.
Rowland will perform a 45-minute concert after the last race on Everest Day inside Royal Randwick’s Theatre Of The Horse.
The performance is included in the price of general admission tickets as the Australian Turf Club continues to plan for a sold-out raceday at Royal Randwick for the second time this year.
The Australian Turf Club will upgrade clients in the exclusive The Manor precinct to a VIP space for the Kelly Rowland performance after the final race.
All ticketholders in The Manor will be able to view the concert from a special viewing platform adjacent to the stage in the Theatre Of The Horse.
Almost all corporate hospitality is sold out for Everest Day, with final limited spaces remaining in Royal Randwick’s exclusive new precinct The Estate.
All restaurant and Members Reserve areas in the Queen Elizabeth II Grandstand and Officials Stand are sold out.
Royal Randwick was officially sold out in Autumn this year when 43,833 people were on track to witness Australia’s wonder mare Winx win the Longines Queen Elizabeth Stakes.
General admission customers will have access to another new Australian Turf Club precinct, Pony Palms, on the popular Leger Lawn.
Group public ticket sales can be purchased from theraces.com.au
Australian Turf Club Executive General Manager Commercial Corina Black urged customers not to miss out on final tickets.
“Royal Randwick is heading for another sold out raceday as the world watches the richest race on turf and then a bona fide international star in Kelly Rowland after the last race,” Ms Black said.
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