PLATINUM selling artist George Ezra will headline a concert at Ascot in October. 

The 'Budapest' singer will perform a selection of hits from his debut album, 'Wanted on Voyage', as well as mixing in some songs from his untitled second album. 

The singer-songwriter's first album was a smash success, clocking in as the third highest seller of 2014 behind Ed Sheeran's 'X' and Sam Smith's 'In The Lonely Hour'.

Now Ezra will be coming to Ascot to headline the after-party of the QIPCO British Champions Day, which is being described as Britain's richest raceday.

The prize money on offer for jockeys is staggering, with £4.3m being split between winners.

The raceday is popular, and the continent’s top ten horses are set to compete on the day, including Europe’s best horse, Enable, together with familiar faces such as superstar jockey Frankie Dettori.

Tickets start at £27 for adults, under 18s go free. 

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