TWO chart-topping acts will be joining reggae royalty UB40 at Newton Abbot Racecourse in July.
Girl band All Saints and ’80s rock/pop band China Crisis will be gracing the stage at the Sounds of Summer Festival on July 16.
All Saints shot to fame in the ’90s with hits including Never Ever and Pure Shores and have recently reunited almost a decade after they split.
The New Wave English rock/pop band China Crisis have had five top 40 singles and three top 40 albums including Wishful Thinking and Red Sail.
Patrick Masterson, managing director of the racecourse, said: ‘Getting All Saints is a real coup for us.
‘Sounds of Summer is really shaping up to be a fantastic event for music lovers and we look forward to making some wonderful memories for the audience.’
Shaznay Lewis from All Saints said: ‘We have got a really exciting and busy summer ahead of us.
‘We are really happy to be coming to the south west and the chance to perform live at the festival, which promises to be amazing.’
Organisers are leaving fans in suspense with one more special guest to be announced soon.