The Jockey Club Live are thrilled to reveal the first artist for the Aintree 2020 summer season; Sigala, headlining an open-air concert on Friday 15th May 2020 with a full live band.
Sigala is one of the UK’s most respected and influential electronic music producers with 7 platinum singles, 8 million worldwide sales, 10 million monthly listeners on Spotify and over a billion streams under his belt. His debut single ‘Easy Love’ hit the number one spot in the UK chart followed by further mega-hits including ‘Lullaby’ with Paloma Faith and ‘Just Got Paid’ with Ella Eyre, Meghan Trainor and French Montana. Sigala isn’t shy of collaborating with a diverse range of both emerging and established talent to create worldwide, dance-floor smashes. Bruce Fielder has risen from bedroom producer in rural Norfolk to dominating the UK music scene with his trademark blend of house-inspired dance-pop as Sigala in a few short years.
With his stellar back catalogue, he was also crowned the number one most played British male on UK commercial radio in 2018. Sigala’s summer influenced hits will surely see Aintree set for a party like no other when his acclaimed full live band headlines on Friday 15th May.
John Baker, Managing Director, Aintree Racecourse, said:
Its great that we are able to announce Sigala as the first act to play Aintree Racecourse as part of The Jockey Club Live summer season. Be sure to join us at the home of Grand National to dance the night away to a full band line-up from one of the UKs most successful dance producers.
The Jockey Club Live are leading promoters on the UK live scene, delivering spectacular line-ups of some of the hottest chart talent and legendary household names to some of the world’s most famous racecourses. The Jockey Club Live concerts at Aintree Racecourse are turning into a staple in the region’s social calendar and over the past few years have hosted thousands of fans of live music, with performances from artists including Craig David, Lightning Seeds, Madness, Jess Glynne and Kaiser Chiefs.