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Jessica Mauboy announced as the headline artist for The TAB Eureka

Posted on 30 May 2024

ONE of Australia’s most celebrated and loved entertainers, Jessica Mauboy, will be the headline artist performing at the world’s richest harness race, The TAB Eureka, on Saturday 7 September at Club Menangle.

The second running of harness racing’s biggest event of the year will showcase Australia’s best three and four-year-old Australian-bred pacers in an exhilarating 2300m Slot Race. Jessica Mauboy will add to the carnival atmosphere as Menangle becomes a height of activity on and off the track.

“I am looking forward to The Eureka Harness Race and am excited to be performing at Club Menangle this September,” said multiple ARIA-Award winning, R&B-pop artist, songwriter and actress Jessica Mauboy. Mauboy will perform an after the last concert and will also deliver The TAB Eureka trophy as part of the official formalities on the night.

Mauboy has an impressive body of work including six Top 10 Albums and 16 Top 20 Singles, over 200 million+ streams globally, two ARIA Awards, 21 Platinum and nine Gold accreditations. Adding to this, she is the first indigenous Australian artist to debut at No. 1 on the ARIA Album Chart and a multi-award winner including AACTA Award, APRA Award, Australian of the Year Award, MTV Europe Music Award, MTV Australia Music Award, not to mention her many TV roles including starring in ‘The Sapphires’, “Bran Nue Dae’ and The Voice Australia Coach 2021 and 2022.  

Racegoers will also be tempted by the tastes of the popular Aussie Night Markets street food vendors, encouraged to dress to impress for the Fashions on the Field competition, and be entertained throughout the night with a trackside DJ and roving entertainment.

Club Menangle Chief Executive Officer Bruce Christison said: “We are excited to build on the momentum of last year’s event which recorded the largest crowd at Club Menangle since our opening 16 years ago.  We encourage guests to book early as hospitality sold out last year and we expect this year’s event to be even bigger. We can’t wait to welcome Jessica Mauboy to Menangle for what is promising to be an unmissable occasion of world-class harness racing and entertainment.”

Hospitality experiences are available offering an array of options to make the most of The TAB Eureka experience. From fine dining at the Miracle Mile Restaurant to the lively Lawn Marquee Cocktail Party, there’s something to suit everyone’s taste.

General Admission tickets start from only $10 and are available at clubmenangle.com.au


Where: Club Menangle (Sydney)

When: Saturday 7 September

Prizemoney: $2.1mil (richest harness race in the world)

Distance: 2300 metres

Eligibility: For Australian-bred and born pacers aged three and four.

Slot race: 10 slots have been sold to make-up the 10-horse field. Four slots have already been filled. They are: Never Ending (Soho Standardbreds), Captains Knock (Cordina Racing), Extreme Sea (Western Jewel), The Lost Storm (Aaron Bain Racing & Summit Bloodstock).

For further information on The TAB Eureka visit theeureka.com.au

For all hospitality and ticketing visit clubmenangle.com.au 

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