South Yorkshire musical legends The Human League will play a huge outdoor spring concert on home soil after announcing a show at Doncaster Racecourse.
The Sheffield icons will perform after racing at Town Moor on May 16, joining fellow 80s favourites Madness and UB40 who have also signed up to appear at the venue this summer.
The band, comprising of lead singer Phil Oakey and backing singers and dancers Joanne Catherall and Suzanne Sulley, were one of the biggest acts of the 1980s, racking up a string of hit singles and albums.
They are best remembered for their huge number one hit Don’t You Want Me as well as other classic songs such as Love Action, Mirron Man, Keep Feeling Fascination and Open Your Heart.
Their album Dare is considered one of the landmark albums of synth pop and was one of the biggest sellers of the era. Since then, the band have continued to be a huge live attraction and have continued to chalk up the hits with songs such as Tell Me When, Louise and The Lebanon.
The concert will take place after racing on May 16 and tickets are available now.
The first 500 Grandstand or County Enclosure tickets will get a £5 drink voucher per ticket.
Tickets are available from www.doncaster-racecourse.co.uk