What to expect from Ladies Day 2023 at Newcastle Racecourse

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Ladies Day at Newcastle Racecourse is back for 2023 - this is what you can expect from the event.

Ladies Day is set to return to Newcastle Racecourse on Saturday, July 29, as the most glamorous racing day of the flat season combines fashion, fillies, fizz and live music.

The event is one of the most popular at the the Gosforth-based racecourse and promises to be a fun day out for all.

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Whether you go every year or you’re going for the first time, we’ve put together a guide to this year’s Ladies Day.

This is everything you need to know about Ladies Day 2023 at Newcastle Racecourse.

What time does Ladies Day start?

Gates at Newcastle Racecourse open from 11am, with the first race kicking off at 2pm.

The last race of the day is expected to start at 5pm, with seven races planned for Ladies Day 2023.

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The live entertainment on the evening is due to start from 6pm.

Ladies Day 2023 at Newcastle Racecourse will be held on Saturday, July 29. Photo: Google Maps.Ladies Day 2023 at Newcastle Racecourse will be held on Saturday, July 29. Photo: Google Maps.
Ladies Day 2023 at Newcastle Racecourse will be held on Saturday, July 29. Photo: Google Maps. | Google Maps

What can I expect?

Ladies Day at Newcastle Racecourse is one of the highlights of the social calendar in the North East.

It is the one day of the racing season where the fashion is as important as the racing, with glamorous outfits and stylish headwear firmly on display.

There is plenty to get involved in, including bars, food, racing and live entertainment.

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There is also the return of the Style Awards, which are open to everyone to enter.

The winner takes home thousands of pounds in prizes, ranging from spa days to overnight stays.

Who can attend Ladies Day?

Newcastle Racecourse has stated that the day is the “perfect setting to enjoy a day out with your friends and family”.

The event is child friendly, with children under the age of five getting free admission when accompanied by an adult.

Ronan Keating Live

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Popular Irish singer Ronan Keating is set to perform live at Newcastle Racecourse as part of his Ronan Keating tour.

Organisers have stated that the live music is planned to commence at 6pm and is set to last approximately 90 minutes.

Ronan will perform after the racing on Saturday, with tickets to see him live needing to be secured early to avoid any disappointment.

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How much does it cost?

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Prices for Ladies Day at Newcastle Racecourse vary depending on what package you select.

The cheapest ticket costs £45.50, which grants access to the grandstand where there is public bars, eateries, and betting outlets along with views of the racing, pre-parade ring and parade ring.

If you want to see any live entertainment after the racing, then you need to purchase the Premier ticket at £65.50.

This gives the holder “premier” entry to the racecourse alongside general entry areas, the best views of the racing from the Grandstand, access to exclusive the premier areas of the racecourse with the best facilities, bars and any live entertainment.

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There are also a number of VIP and hospitality packages that are available for Ladies Day.

As we have already mentioned, children under the age of five are admitted for free with an accompaning adult.

Child tickets (aged between six and 17) cost £30 each.

All tickets come with a booking fee.

Tickets for Ladies Day 2023 are still available and you can purchase them by clicking here.

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