The Australian Turf Club is excited to announce that international superstar and recording artist Kelly Rowland will perform a free concert for racegoers at Everest Day on Saturday, 19 October at Royal Randwick.
Following the final race, Kelly will perform an exclusive concert for all Everest Day ticket holders in the Theatre of the Horse. Kelly rose to fame as member of top-selling R&B girl group Destiny’s Child, which won multiple Grammy Awards and sold tens of millions of records. Kelly has since recorded several solo albums and served as a judge on various TV competition series, notably on Australia’s most recent series of The Voice.
In its third year, with the support of Kelly, The $14 million The TAB Everest is set to be bigger and better, attracting the world’s best sprinters and will again put the global sporting spotlight firmly on Sydney’s racing HQ. Last year, the event attracted a sellout crowd of 40,000 with a free performance for racegoers from international artist and multi-platinum recording artist Liam Payne.
Kelly joins an impressive line-up of performers for this year’s Everest Carnival Concert Series with Aussie pop duo Client Liaison, DJ Sarah Roberts, DJ house duo Yolanda Be Cool, Australian music chart toppers Sneaky Sound System, renowned party band Furnace & The Fundamentals, DJ Natalie Sax, Sydney’s DJ Jesabel and electronic music duo Set Mo featuring Woodes all performing at the races.
We look forward to welcoming Kelly Rowland to Everest Carnival at Royal Randwick on 19 October.
Book your place in The Manor on Everest Day and get access to a reserved viewing platform for Kelly Rowland’s concert.
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