Image by Jayson Fong

Three Friday Nights event returns to Goodwood Racecourse

The iconic Three Friday Night fixtures at Goodwood Racecourse are set to light up the Sussex Downs once again this June. There is a glittering line-up of international acts. These include Claptone, Felix da Housecat and Roger Sanchez. The events will be held on Fri 9, Fri 16 and Fri 23 June 2023. Since its ground-breaking inception in 2013, these nights of post-racing entertainment in the parade ring comes with a fresh line up of international DJs, immersive performances and a few surprises for racegoers.  

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The sell-out series will begin on Fri 9 June, with Berlin artist Claptone certain to wow the crowds.

Quickly establishing a place in dance music’s upper echelons, Claptone’s living existence is shrouded in mystery, with a beak-style mask hiding his identity. Dedicated to making people dance, two-time Grammy Award nominated Felix da Housecat continues the party on Fri 16 June. To bring Three Friday Nights to an ultimate crescendo, Grammy Award Winner Roger Sanchez takes to the decks on Friday, 23 June.

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Over three nights, more than 25,000 fans are expected to flock to Goodwood Racecourse. The parade ring morphs into a dancefloor and becomes illuminated by lasers. This, against the backdrop of an evening race in a breathtaking open-air amphitheatre.

This year, racegoers are encouraged to celebrate a new ‘reflection’ theme which will be carried through lighting installations, dress code and surprise performances throughout the night.

Complimentary return bus journeys will run to Chichester Train Station and neighbouring towns make it accessible for all. 

Adult admission tickets start from £40, with Juniors (13-17) starting from £30. All products are expected to sell-out and can be purchased HERE or by calling 01243 755055.

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