Will you be a saint or sinner as Ben takes to the stage?

X Factor winner Ben Haenow is coming to Lanarkshire.

X Factor winner Ben Haenow is coming to Lanarkshire.

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X Factor winner Ben Haenow will add to the glitz and glamour as he takes to the stage at Hamilton Park’s Saints & Sinners Racenight.

On June 23, fresh from his nationwide tour, Ben will be singing songs from his debut album including the hit Second Hand Heart which featured American superstar Kelly Clarkson.

Ben follows in the footsteps of Britain’s Got Talent winner Collabro who entertained the thousands of guests at least year’s event to raise funds for the Saints & Sinners charity.

Hamilton Park chief executive Vivien Kyles said: “There’s something truly unique about our Saints & Sinners Racenight at Hamilton Park. It’s one of our most hotly anticipated nights of the year where visitors pull out all the stops to raise the style stakes year after year. The crowd is always a sea of glamorous guests dressed in the signature red and white colours.

“Glitz and style are always in good supply each year and we’re immensely proud to be supporting the Saints & Sinners charity, who we have worked with for many years.

“The night is one of the biggest events in the summer social calendar - and with a show stopping combination of racing and live entertainment from Ben - the crowd really are in for a treat.

“There is something for everyone at this event - tickets are already selling fast so anyone looking to attend is advised to snap them up quickly.”

The evening will also include a special DJ set from Capital FM and the £10,000 EBF Stallions Captain JC Stewart Fillies Handicap Stakes (Class 4) race.

Part of the Jordan Electrics Premier 5 events, the gates open at 3.30pm, when visitors can choose to be a saint or a sinner by purchasing a charitable red or white carnation, before the first race begins at 6pm.

Tickets priced from £19 are available from www.hamilton-park.co.uk or calling 01698 283806. Children under-18 go free, but under-16s must be accompanied by an adult.