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Greg James kicks off May bank holiday weekend at Cheltenham Racecourse

Racegoers and party lovers can enjoy a bank holiday after party with Greg James, for the last race day of the season at Cheltenham Racecourse.

Following an afternoon of Hunter Chase racing action at the newly named Race Night meeting on Friday 3rd May, the Radio 1 Breakfast presenter will once again be taking to the decks for an evening of party anthems to round off the season.

Greg James, who returns to The Centaur for the second time, said: "Race Night is the perfect way to start your bank holiday weekend and end the racing season at the racecourse. I look forward to returning and entertaining everyone with some fantastic tunes, to party the night away."

For details go to www.cheltenham.co.uk 

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