DEADLETTER is one of the star acts set to perform at Headingley Stadium as The Hundred returns for a third summer of unmissable sporting and music entertainment.

  • Kicking off from 1 August, each match day will feature a live performance from a BBC Music Introducing artist, with DEADLETTER, ADMT, August Charles and Riya set to take the stage at Headingley Stadium
  • This year’s line-up is headlined by Rudimental, who will take to the stage at Lord’s for The Hundred Final on Sunday 27 August
  • 2023 also sees the return of The Hundred’s resident DJs at each venue, including Northern Superchargers’ Emily Pilbeam

The Hundred’s 2023 music line-up is set to bring big name acts and some of the most exciting breakthrough artists in the UK to venues across the country for another summer of world class sport and unforgettable entertainment.

August Charles will kick off musical performances at Headingley Stadium on 3 August, with DEADLETTER (performing 11 August), ADMT (13 August) and Riya (22 August) set to take the stage throughout the duration of August.

This year’s line-up is headlined by one of the UK’s most successful dance acts of the last decade, Rudimental, who will perform at The Hundred Final at Lord’s on Sunday 27 August.

Launched in 2021, The Hundred is cricket’s newest innovation, bringing together high-octane cricket with spectacular entertainment. For the third year running, The Hundred has curated its music line-up in collaboration with BBC Music Introducing.

The partnership gives BBC Music Introducing artists a platform to perform live in front of record-breaking crowds at the UK’s biggest cricket grounds, including Lord’s (London), The Kia Oval (London), Edgbaston (Birmingham), Emirates Old Trafford (Manchester), Sophia Gardens (Cardiff), Headingley (Leeds), Ageas Bowl (Southampton) and Trent Bridge (Nottingham).

Brit and MOBO award-winning group, Rudimental, said: “We’re excited to perform at The Hundred Final this year. We’re massive sports fans so we’re looking forward to the matches. Also, we love that BBC Music Introducing is involved as we’re big supporters of working with emerging talent, so this is a fantastic platform for sports fans to pick up on new music. Looking forward to performing at this great event.”

In its first two years, The Hundred has played host to some of the biggest names in UK music including previous headliners Bastille and Jax Jones, as well as Becky Hill, Everything Everything and Self Esteem.

More information on The Hundred’s 2023 music line-up is available at

As well as the line-up of live music, 2023 sees the return of The Hundred’s resident DJs at each venue, with Emily Pilbeam behind the decks at Headingley Stadium throughout August.

The full line-up of DJs can be found here:

For more information on The Hundred, please visit

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