GLOBAL superstar Sir Tom Jones will take to the stage to perform live in Scotland this summer.
The veteran crooner, who has sold more than 100 million records in his 46-year career, will grace the stage at Hamilton Park Racecourse on Friday July 6, belting out classic hits It's Not Unusual, What's New Pussycat? Delilah and Green Green Grass of Home.
With tickets on sale from tomorrow morning, the concert is expected to be a sell-out as thousands of fans travel from all over Scotland and beyond to see the Welsh heartthrob.
The 71-year-old is in for a busy summer as he gears up to lead the panel as head coach on new BBC show The Voice which starts on Saturday.
The talent show with a difference features the legendary pop star, Jessie J, Will.i.am and The Script's Danny O'Donoghue as they search for the world's next music star, based solely on vocal skills.
If that weren't enough, Sir Tom is enjoying continued chart success, reaching number two in the UK album chart with his latest album, Praise & Blame, setting the path for a follow-up this May.
Sir Tom is the latest signing for Hamilton Park Racecourse, which has been working with concert and events producer, the Liz Hobbs Group, on two consecutive summers of major acts performing live, such as top boybands JLS, The Wanted and Westlife.
Vivien Kyles, chief executive at the South Lanarkshire venue, said to have Tom Jones on its events calendar was a real coup.
She said: "It's not unusual for us to attract superstars of music, yet still we are incredibly excited to welcome a global superstar of Tom Jones' calibre."
Tickets start at £45 and are available from 9am tomorrow: www.ticketsoup.com, www.ticketmaster.co.uk and www.hamilton-park.co.uk