Ronan Keating to perform at Ladies Day at Newcastle Racecourse

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The Irish star will be back on the road for 2023, stopping off in Newcastle in July.

Former Boyzone member Ronan Keating has announced that he will be performing a special show at Newcastle Racecourse this summer.

Ronan Keating began his career in the music industry back in 1993, becoming a part of Irish boy band Boyzone, who achieved significant success. After the group disbanded in 2000, Ronan embarked on a solo career, going on to achieve three UK number one hits, with Life Is A Roller Coaster, When You Say Nothing At All and If Tomorrow Never Comes.

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Boyzone reunited in 2008, with a 29-date UK and Ireland tour and a number one greatest hits album. After the tragic loss of bandmate Stephen Gately, the group released a special album in his honour named Brother, which debuted at number one in the UK charts.

Ronan has had a successful career for nearly 30 years, not only in the music industry as a singer and songwriter, but also in presenting, acting and charity campaigning.

Ronan is back on the road for 2023, performing across the UK at special events. On Saturday, July 29, the Irish singer will arrive in Newcastle, to perform a Live After Racing show at Ladies Day at Newcastle Racecourse.

Executive Director of Newcastle Racecourse, Paul Elliot, said: “We’re absolutely delighted to welcome Ronan Keating to Newcastle on Saturday 29th July. He is a global icon and one of the country’s most popular artists. We’re sure that he’ll blow our customers away with a live performance that matches his worldwide reputation. We are anticipating a sell-out crowd, so would encourage our customers to book sooner, rather than later.”

To book tickets to see Ronan Keating at Newcastle Racecourse, please visit here. Tickets start from £33.75.

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