JOOLS Holland will be playing at Chepstow Racecourse with his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra this summer, it has been announced.
He will play a concert, along with fellow stars Marc Almond and Melanie C, on Friday, June 13.
And there will be seven flat races on the racecourse before the show-stopper, whose career started as a founding member of Squeeze, takes to the stage.
Marc Almond, the ex-Soft Cell singer who had a number one single with Tainted Love and former Spice Girl Melanie C will be his guests on the night.
Only last week the racecourse announced Welsh singing legend Tom Jones would be performing there on Friday, July 11.
The concert will start at about 9.15pm and gates will be open from 3pm. The first race will start at 5.30pm and the last race will be at 8.55pm. Tickets are only available online until March 10 and are available in three packages.
Entry to the concert and races costs £39, while a meal at Silks Restaurant with the ticket cost from £119. A private hospitality package starts from £139.
For more information call the racecourse on 01291 622260.
Coaches to the concert will be provided from Newport and Chepstow train stations.