BBC Music Introducing and The Hundred are bringing live music back to Nottingham this summer.
After a year of cancelled live music festivals and gigs, The Hundred guarantees live performances at each of its 68 games courtesy of BBC Music Introducing with Nottingham’s own Jerub pencilled in for Trent Bridge in July.
Sanjay Patel, The Hundred Managing Director said: “In collaboration with BBC Music Introducing, we are curating a real festival line-up to deliver a ground-breaking music programme that is integrated into a world-class sporting event, unlike anything that has been delivered before.
“Each of the acts, DJs and Hosts we’ve announced embody the spirit of The Hundred in their own way and they’ll be bringing the energy all summer long. With fast-paced cricket on the pitch and live music performances off it, we’re delivering on our promise to provide entertainment for the whole family.”
The Hundred promises a summer of unforgettable sport and epic entertainment to enjoy with friends and family. Tickets are great value for money: £5 for under 16s with adult tickets starting at £10, under-fives go free. Aside from the first two games on July 21 and 22, tickets give you the chance to see a women’s and men’s game. Refund policies will be in place should matches be affected by Covid.
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