Solihull pop star to perform at The Hundred

Edgbaston hosts Bellah Mae, Sheddy Maria, Overpass and Sanity across its fixtures.

Groundbreaking cricket competition The Hundred 2024 has announced their full music line-up, which has been co-curated with BBC Music Introducing.

This year promises an array of unforgettable music performances at every fixture of the competition – plus, interview opportunities with the talented artists will also be available!

For the fourth year running Birmingham Phoenix will be playing at the iconic Edgbaston stadium, and the line-up for the iconic tournament features an exciting mix of rising stars, including the incredible Solihull-based pop-star Bellah Mae (pictured), who will kick off the summer of sport at the renowned stadium on Saturday 3rd August.

She will then be followed by Birmingham singer Sheddy Maria, indie rockers Overpass, plus rapper and MC Sanity, across the other fixtures.

This is the fourth year that The Hundred has collaborated with BBC Music Introducing to curate its music line-up. The partnership gives BBC Music Introducing artists a platform to perform live in front of crowds at some of the UK’s biggest cricket grounds.

Birmingham Phoenix women’s player Issy Wong said: “The live music at Edgbaston is one of my favourite things about playing in the competition. It creates such an incredible atmosphere at the stadium, and it’s an amazing opportunity for Birmingham artists and cricketers to come together to promote everything that the region has to offer! With Zara Larsson set to perform at the final, I’ll absolutely be fighting for a spot to get there as part of the Birmingham Phoenix team. It’s set to be an electrifying competition.”

As well as the line-up of live music, 2024 sees the return of The Hundred’s resident DJs at each venue, with 2NV providing the soundtrack for Birmingham Phoenix at Edgbaston this summer

The Hundred’s 2024 music line-up can be viewed here. For more information on The Hundred, visit

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