One of pop’s most exciting stars, Zara Larsson, will help celebrate the culmination of another summer of unmissable sport and entertainment with her headline performance at The Hundred Final at Lord’s on 18 August. Fresh off the release of her latest album Venus, the record-breaking star is behind massive global hits like Lush Life, Never Forget You, Symphony and Can’t Tame Her tops a thrilling line-up featuring some of the most exciting artists in UK music.

Speaking of her performance at The Hundred Final, Zara Larsson said: “I’m so excited to have been invited to perform at The Hundred Final this year. I love what the competition stands for and the platform it’s giving women’s sport. I can’t wait to perform and entertain the Lord’s crowd this summer! I’ll be singing some of my favourite songs live and will be pulling out all the stops to put on an unforgettable show.”

Multi-BRIT-nominee and BBC Sound of 2023 artist Cat Burns, who burst onto the scene with her breakthrough single, go, and is set to release her eagerly anticipated debut album, early twenties, will perform at The Hundred Opener at the Kia Oval on Tuesday 23 July.

Speaking of her performance at The Hundred Opener, Cat Burns said: “Performing for a home South London crowd is always so much fun and the Kia Oval is an amazing venue – I can’t wait. I’m honoured to kick off a line-up of some truly incredible artists and I encourage fans to get down to their nearest match and check them out!”

Cat Burns

For the fourth year running, fans will enjoy unforgettable music performances at each fixture of The Hundred, with an exciting mix of established acts and true rising stars completing the line-up, which has been co-curated with BBC Music Introducing. Other acts appearing at stadiums across the country this year include Issey Cross, Only The Poets, Nell Mescall, Poppy Ajudha, Another Sky and Nxdia.

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

The Hundred Final and The Hundred Opener will be broadcast live on BBC 2 and Sky Sports, meaning fans at home can catch the unmissable performances from both Zara Larsson and Cat Burns.

A record 580,000 fans were in venues across The Hundred in 2023, including over 300,000 in the women’s competition. The Hundred’s blend of high-quality sport and entertainment saw 41% of all tickets sold to families, 23% to juniors and 30% to women.

This is the fourth year that 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 crowds at some of 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), Utilita Bowl (Southampton) and Trent Bridge (Nottingham).

London Spirit women’s player Sarah Glenn said: “The live music at The Hundred is one of my favourite things about playing in the competition. It just brings the vibes! And now this year Zara Larsson will be performing at the Final! I’ve followed her for years, I never thought I’d see her at a cricket game. I’ll absolutely be fighting for a spot in the Final to see her performance.”

To view The Hundred’s 2024 music line-up, visit

As well as the line-up of live music, 2024 sees the return of The Hundred’s resident DJs at each venue, including familiar faces from previous years such as BBC Radio 1’s Sam & Danni (Welsh Fire), Jess Iszatt (London Spirit), Charlie Burley (Trent Rockets), Steph Nieuwenhuys (Southern Brave) and DJ Roesh (Manchester Originals).

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