Scottish singer-songwriter Callum Beattie to perform his latest album ‘Vandals’ on Saturday 15 July

Hamilton Park is set to be rocking this summer as the award-winning resort has unveiled its plans for this summer’s fun-filled family extravaganza!

Scottish singer-songwriter Callum Beattie will be taking to the stage after racing to perform his latest album ‘Vandals’, along with some of his earlier songs such as ‘Salamander Street’ and his breakthrough hit ‘We Are Stars’.

Callum is one of Scottish music’s hottest properties with a host of sold out gigs scheduled this summer including a Summer Nights show at the Kelvingrove Bandstand. His fantastic album ‘Vandals’ was released last week and has already featured in the top 10 of the UK Album Chart.

Alongside the live music, there will be an array of impressive free kids’ activities to keep everyone entertained throughout the evening, from Segways and bungee trampolines to face painting and Laser Tag plus much, much more, all included in the price of admission.

And the fun doesn’t stop there! Hamilton Park’s famous kids’ fancy dress competition will be back with £250 cash for the winning costume – the competition is open to all under 18s so it’s time to get creative!

Ashley Moon, Racecourse Managing Director at Hamilton Park said: “Our family-themed racedays are growing in popularity every year with our July evening being one of our highlights. To be able to welcome Callum at a time when he’s in such huge demand is a real coup for the racecourse.

We offer free entry to under 18s to all of our racedays which includes all of the kid’s activities and live music from Callum, making our Jordan Electrics Family Racenight a real winner in the value for money stakes.”

As well as the incredible line-up of entertainment, there will be six races on the evening with the highlight of the track action being the £12,500 feature race.

Early Bird tickets for the Jordan Electrics Family Racenight ft Callum Beattie on Saturday 15 July are on sale now from only £22.50, saving you £5.50 when booked in advance with free entry for under 18’s.