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Kaiser Chiefs racing and concert 28 June FAQs

Mon, Jun 16, 2014

What time do gates open

Gates open at 2.30pm.

What is the dress code?

The dress code differs depending on which enclosure you have purchased tickets for. There is no dress code for the Grandstand Enclosure. The County and Premier Enclosures require a dress code as follows:

Premier and Mallard Restaurant - Smart. No jeans, sportswear or trainers. Gentlemen must wear a jacket and tie.

County Enclosure & Private Hospitality - Smart. No jeans, sportswear or trainers. Gentlemen must have a collared shirt.

What time do Kaiser Chiefs appear on stage?

Kaiser Chiefs are scheduled to begin the performance at approximately 9pm.

How long is the set?

Kaiser Chiefs will be on stage for approximately 90 minutes.

Is it possible to meet Kaiser Chiefs?

Meet and greets are only available to win through our exclusive competitions.

What time can I start to queue from?

You can queue from any time!

Can I just come for the concert?

You can enter the racecourse for the concert after the racing has finished, but non-racing tickets are not available. Tickets are for racing and concert.

Can I bring banners?

Yes, but make sure nothing is displayed which may offend other racegoers!

Can I take photos?

Yes, but no flash photography is permitted during racing.

Will the acts be at the racing before the concert?

No.

What time does the concert finish?

The concert will finish between 10.30pm and 10.45pm

What time do I need to arrange return transport for?

Between 10.45 and 11pm.

What is the best way to get home?

There is a regular shuttle bus from the racecourse to Doncaster Interchange which runs until 11.30pm after the event. The bus will also run for racegoers wishing to leave before the concert.

Please see the 'how to find us' section on our website for further details - www.doncaster-racecourse.co.uk/about-us/howtofindus

Should I bring ID?

Doncaster Racecourse operates under the Challenge 21 rules. Please remember that if you are 21 and lucky enough to look younger you should carry identification with you as you will be asked to prove that you are over 18 when attempting to buy alcohol. If you are unable to prove that you are over 18 and attempt to purchase alcohol you will be asked to leave the racecourse premises. If in doubt, bring your I.D.

Over 18s wristbands are available - please ask on arrival.

What if it rains?

Umbrellas are allowed in the racecourse.

We do offer an exclusive viewing area which is under cover - with limited availability.

Upgrade wristbands will be available to purchase for £5.

They will be available from 5.00pm from a kiosk in front of the Grandstand. These are STRICTLY LIMITED AVAILABILITY - first come, first served.

What time do the bars shut?

Some bars - but not all - will remain open until the last song.

Is The Old Weighing Room open for this fixture?

The Old Weighing Room is only open to racegoers for concert fixtures.

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