The Hundred’s live music lineup for 2024 has just landed and there are some big names on the list

All the more reason to grab a ticket.

Danny Jones Danny Jones - 11th June 2024

The Hundred 2024 is nearly here and while we’re obviously very excited about watching our favourite cricket format, we’re also pretty buzzing for another year of live music now the lineup has officially dropped.

One of the best parts about The Hundred is its well-rounded approach to overall entertainment, ensuring that there’s just as much action off the pitch as on it, with live bands, DJs and other musicians present at every single round of fixtures.

Teaming up with BBC Music Introducing for the fourth year in a row, the tournament is also a chance to see the best up-and-coming artists from all over the country, having hosted the likes of Rudimental, Raye and Bastille, as well as locals like Everything Everything, The Lottery Winners and more in the past.

As for here in Manchester, they’ve nailed it again this year too.

With 2023 having been another great year for entertainment at The Hundred, the organisers are making sure to deliver just as good a follow-up, if not even better.


Promising a different live act each day as well as DJ sets throughout courtesy of BBC, the fun doesn’t stop when there’s a break in play.

Set to take the home stage at the Emirates Old Trafford Cricket Ground here in Manchester, you’ve got Egyptian-born adopted Manc and alt-pop star, Nxdia, Stoke-on-Trent’s rising star, Darla Jade; fast-growing local indie rockers, Corella, as well as songwriting and TikTok sensation Michael Aldag.


Not a bad little lineup at all, we’re sure you’ll agree.

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It’s great to see so many new and native names being given the platform to get their name out there even more and to perform on such big stages as the Emirates Old Trafford.

As for the Final at Lord’s in London, securing the services of global pop star Zara Larsson is quite the get. You can find The Hundred’s live music lineup in full and find who else is playing where HERE.


Better still, as if a ticket to cricket’s newest craze wasn’t already one of the best value-for-money ways to enjoy live sport and entertainment this summer, you still have plenty of time to grab the best price possible through the early bird window that runs until 27 June.

You can find out more about the best deals on tickets and everything else you need to know about The Hundred down below.

The Hundred’s live music lineup isn’t the only entertainment on offer this year.

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