Three more incredible acts added to Arena 2024 line-up

Fri 1 Mar 2024

Electric Light Orchestra fans will rejoice as the sublime tribute act, ELO AGAIN head to Derby Arena on Sun 22 Sep. ELO AGAIN really give you a dramatic taste of what a legendary ELO concert would have been like back in their heyday, the whole experience is professionally re-enacted with a great sound reproduction, light show and visual effects.

As the UK’s No.1 tribute show, ELO AGAIN provide you with the spectacular live effect of ELO’s famous orchestrations, soaring strings and vocals. Tickets are on sale now, priced £35.50 - £30.50.

On Sat 9 Nov, Pink Floyd lovers are in for a treat. Celebrating 30 years since the iconic PULSE tour, the UK Pink Floyd Experience, a highly authentic show recreates the atmosphere of Floyd live. Featuring top-flight musicians, a stunning light show and over two hours of incredible music.

The new show for 2024 includes many songs from The PULSE set, featuring tracks from The Division Bell, The Wall, Animals, The Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here. The ‘Syd song’ for 2024 is Astronomy Domine. Also included is the much requested Not Now John from The Final Cut. Tickets are on sale now, priced at £29.50.

Finally, those looking to get in the Christmas spirit will be thrilled to hear that Fairytale of New York is returning to Derby Arena on Thu 7 Nov. The show brings you all of your favourite Christmas songs including Driving home for Christmas, White Christmas, Oh Holy Night, Winter’s Tale, Silent Night and of course The Fairytale of New York.

And just when you think the party couldn’t get any better, this world class show also features some of the greatest Irish sing-a-long songs of all time including The Galway Girl, The Irish Rover, Danny Boy, Dirty Old Town and The Black Velvet Band this magical Irish-inspired Christmas show will have people of all ages singing, laughing and dancing in the aisles. Tickets are on sale now, priced at £29.50.

Tickets can be purchased at, at the Sales and Information Centre in the Guildhall Theatre or by calling 01332 255 800.