Party in the Paddock, English Beat draw a large crowd

Kevin Siu, John Lein, Rodney Hawkins and Erik Lorenten set up their chairs to watch English Beat perform at this year’s Party in the Paddock at the Del Mar Race Track Friday, Aug. 27.

The English Beat performed after the races on Closing Day.

Between songs, Rafael Bejarano, far right, accepts an award for top jockey of the year.

Madelene Hjelm and Bill Cavanaugh enjoy the concert.

Photos by: Will Parson

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