Music Live featuring Supergrass

16 May 2020


If you’re looking for things to do in Doncaster at the weekend, then we may have just the event for you. Packed with horse racing and entertainment, a day out at the races is the perfect reason to gather your friends, family or colleagues for a get together. And the icing on the cake? The legendary Supergrass will be taking to the stage after racing to end your evening on a high.

Supergrass are one of the biggest bands to emerge in the rock scene in the 1990s. With Gaz Coombes, Mick Quinn, Danny Goffey, and Rob Coombes achieving several million record sales, including 6 top 10 albums and 10 top 20 singles.

Formed in Oxford UK in 1993, the Brit, Q, NME and Ivor Novello-winning outfit released their Mercury-nominated No.1 debut album I Should Coco in 1995. Fourth single, ‘Alright’, was a pop masterpiece and became a massive hit, catapulting the band to global success. So if you fancy a day out in Doncaster, don’t leave it too ‘Late In The Day’. Now is the perfect ‘Time’ for ‘Going Out’, so get ‘Moving’ and get your tickets to see the sensational Supergrass.

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Saturday 16th May 2020

Ticket only

Grandstand Enclosure (from £35.00)


County Enclosure (from £45.00)



Where to be for the best views


The glass fronted Premier Suite treats guests to unparalleled views of the racing from an exclusive area with a private bar. Situated on the third floor of the Lazarus Stand, the suite ensures exclusivity, first class service and maximum comfort. For these reasons, the number of guests is limited and early booking is advisable. The Dress Code for the Premier Suite is smart attire, and no Jeans, Sportswear or Trainers are to be worn. Gentlemen must wear a Jacket and Tie. It is important to note that this dress code also applies to children.


The County Enclosure at Doncaster Racecourse provides modern and comfortable facilities across three floors of the Lazarus Stand, and offers a host of bars and restaurants. However, there is much more to a County Enclosure Badge than access to the enclosure itself. Guests will also gain viewing access to the Saddling Boxes, Parade Ring and Winner's Enclosure, as well as entry to the Hallam FM Champagne Lawn, home to the The Old Weighing Room Restaurant and Champagne Bar. Smart attire is expected of all guests (including children) attending the County Enclosure. Gentleman must wear a collared shirt, whilst Jeans, Sportswear or Trainers are not permitted.


Doncaster Racecourses Grandstand enclosure has a fantastic variety of bars and places to eat - all situated on the ground floor of the Lazarus Stand. The seated Food Court provides the perfect menu for food on the go. It should be noted that the enclosure is both spacious and modern, and includes an al-fresco seated terrace overlooking the course, Saddling Boxes, Parade Ring and Winner's Enclosure. Guests will also have direct access to the betting ring and plenty of uncrowded space outside when cheering on their punt. There is no dress code for this enclosure.


The Family Enclosure is particularly easy going, and is perfect for a family day out at Doncaster Racecourse. Enjoy a picnic together or perhaps head to the Silver Patriarch Bar whilst your children delve into the onsite entertainment. And for those feeling lucky - a Tote betting facility, on course bookmakers and an ATM are also available nearby. There is no dress code for this enclosure.

Dress Codes

What to wear

If you are booking a package for the Grandstand and Family enclosure no particular attire is necessary. However, if heading to any of the County Enclosure or Private hospitality, gentlemen must wear a collared shirt and ladies are to be smartly dressed. No trainers, sports wear or jeans are allowed. If staying in the Premier Enclosure or and Restaurants, a Jacket and tie is required for men, whilst Ladies should wear smart attire. Again trainers, sports wear or jeans are not allowed. It is important to note that these dress codes also apply to children.

Travel Information

How to find us



Doncaster Racecourse is easily accessible by road, railway and air. Just a stone's throw from Doncaster Rail Station and Robin Hood Airport, the course can be reached comfortably both for UK visitors as well as those situated overseas. As part of the main London - Edinburgh line Doncaster can be reached in as little as 1 hour 30 mins from London and 3 hours from Edinburgh. The racecourse is only 2 and ½ miles away and a shuttle bus is available on racedays, running at regular intervals at just a £2.50 return price.

If flying in to Robin Hood Airport, you will be able to reach the racecourse easily with a journey distance of less than 7 miles.

If travelling by helicopter, please contact Alex Robinson for landing permission on 01302 304 200 or email


The racecourse is also only a short distance from the motorway network, and the M1, M18, A1M and the M62 are all easily accessible.


Car Parking is free if parking just outside the festival in car park C and can be found just opposite the junction at Wickes on Leger Way. To park inside the premises, passes for car park A can be obtained for £5 per vehicle from the the racecourse reception either in advance or on the day.