Easily one of the most influential groups of all time, the Beach Boys started life in California in 1961, originally consisting of brothers Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson, together with their cousin Mike Love and friend Al Jardine. Having signed with Capitol Records in 1962, they swiftly built up a massive following across the US, winning fans for their sunshine-dappled surf rock sound and intricate vocal harmonies.
They went on to sell more than 100 million records worldwide, becoming one of the bestselling and most successful groups of all time, best known for classics like Good Vibrations, Help Me Rhonda, California Girls and God Only Knows.
The Beach Boys visit Newmarket Racecourse as part of the Adnams Nights concert series, at which guests are treated to an action packed day of horseracing before the evening’s entertainment. Adult tickets are £30 (Grandstand & Paddock) and £35 (Premier).