Tickets to be won for Haydock Park concert

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POP phenomenon Steps are riding the crest of a wave following their reunion, and the fantastic news for their fans in the North West is that they’re coming to Haydock Park for a concert on the evening of Saturday, July 21.

The Visitor has teamed up with the racecourse to offer four pairs of tickets in our easy-to-enter competition.

The announcement last year that Steps were getting back together was hailed by their legions of fans – and their new album The Ultimate Collection then shot to number one in the charts.

The band, who sang their way to success in the 1990s, is a household name, with their dance routines and catchy lyrics capturing the hearts of fans all around the world.

Formed in 1997, the band were a pop sensation in the late 1990s. The five-piece has sold 20 million records and achieved 14 consecutive top-five singles.

They have won countless awards and the group – made up of Faye Tozer, “H” (real name Ian Watkins), Lisa Scott-Lee, Lee Latchford-Evans and Claire Richards – enjoyed sell-out tours around the world.

To be in with a chance of winning one of four pairs of Tattersalls tickets, answer this question:

What is the real name of Steps band member “H”?

Write your answer on a piece of paper or postcard, include your full name, address and daytime telephone contact number, and send it to Steps Competition, Editorial, The Visitor, 12 Victoria Street, Morecambe, Lancs, LA4 4AG. Alternatively, email the answer and your details to greg.lambert@lmnews.co.uk.

Only one entry per household will be accepted.

The closing date is next Tuesday, June 19.

The winners will be notified within 24 hours of that date.

You can also buy tickets for the gig on Saturday, July 21, which include both the evening’s horse racing and the concert.

Bookings can be made online at www.haydock-park.co.uk, by telephone on 0844 5793006, or from Haydock Park Racecourse.

A dress code applies in both County and Premier enclosures, with full details at www.haydock-park.co.uk, where information of the facilities in each enclosure can also be found.

Parking will be free of charge.

Premier Enclosure £60 (under-18s £30); County Stand £45 (under-18s £23); Tattersalls £30 (under-18s £15). All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.