Posted: Mon 23rd Nov 2020

Jess Glynne to play Wrexham Racecourse Ground in summer 2021 for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Monday, Nov 23rd, 2020

Chart topper Jess Glynne will perform at the The Racecourse Ground in Wrexham next summer as part of her 2021 tour.

Jess Glynne will bring her brand of pop to the Racecourse Ground on Friday 4th June – adding to the shows successfully staged there in recent years.

Tickets go on sale Friday 27th November 2020 at 9am and are available from Ticketmaster.

Jess Glynne’s ‘I Cry When I Laugh’ is one of the defining British pop records of its era holding its place in the charts for 138 weeks and counting. It debuted at number 1, spawning 12million worldwide singles sales, 39 weeks on the UK top 10, 2.5billion Spotify streams, a sold out UK arena tour, Brit, MTV: EMA, Ivor Novello, MOBO, Q and Glamour award nominations.

Since then, she has released her chart-topping second studio album, Always In Between which went straight into the #1 spot, while continuing her run of hit singles with I’ll Be There, a seventh top spot that secured Glynne the record for most #1 singles by a British female solo artist, then All I Am and Thursday.

Jess Glynne will also be gracing the airwaves again this Christmas as she Shares an exclusive cover of ‘This Christmas’ for Amazon’s Christmas Originals with a beautiful cover of Donny Hathaway’s ‘This Christmas’, recorded exclusively for Amazon Music.

The date is once again being promoted by Orchard Live. Pablo Janczur, director of Orchard Live said: “This is more good news for the Venue following the recent acquisition of Wrexham AFC by Hollywood duo Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.

“Jess is one of the biggest and hottest names in music and has had rave reviews for her outdoor shows.

“Wrexham has a treat in store, we know she puts on a great live show which will feature all her hits as well as new material.

“This is just what everyone needs Get ready to party Wrexham.”

Jess Glynne will follow in the footsteps of Stereophonics and Olly Murs who have performed in the venue in previous years and will follow Lionel Richie who will perform in the venue the night before.

Top pic: The Stereophonics rock out the Racecourse.

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