Jax Jones’ new track ‘Feels’ serves as the official song for the new 100-ball cricket competition launching on July 21, with the goal of fusing high-energy entertainment with fast-paced sports action.
Last Updated: 06/15/21 9:07 pm
Jax Jones, the Ivor Novello, BRIT and Grammy nominated DJ, will perform at The Hundred finale at Lord’s on August 21, it was announced today.
The news coincides with the release of the official song for the new 100-ball cricket competition, Jax Jones’ new track ‘Feels’.
The Hundred is a new 100-ball cricket competition launching on July 21, with the goal of fusing high-energy entertainment with fast-paced sports action.
Former England star Andrew Flintoff will be one of the Sky Sports presenters during the new Hundred competition this summer.
Jax Jones said: “I’m excited for the song to ring new memories this summer for everyone who has been waiting for freedom and celebration for so long. Collaborating with The Hundred is perfect for this, bringing people together through sport and music is always an atmosphere!
“Shared experiences are what we all need right now and performing live for everyone at The Hundred finale is exactly the kind of moment I envisioned when I wrote ‘Feels.”
To coincide with this announcement, a limited number of tickets to the final of The Hundred have been put on sale. For more visit thehundred.com.
The Hundred has also launched a program called ‘The Hundred Rising’, which provides opportunities for 100 people in England and Wales to get involved in the production of the competition, and Jax Jones will support the initiative by offering a helping hand to an applicant. successful. -in the content creation experience, going behind the scenes with your team to capture your performance content to be used on your competitor’s social media channels.
Host Vick Hope says the Hundred Rising initiative will offer a new program of opportunities for 100 people in England and Wales.
“It’s very important to me to defend young creative people,” added Jax Jones. “So giving them a platform to share their work was a no-brainer. I’m excited to see what they bring.”
Reacting to the announcement, Manchester Originals’ Kate Cross said: “I feel like this track sums up The Hundred – it’s fun, upbeat and loud. It makes you want to get out there and have fun!”
“With Jax Jones putting on a show at The Hundred, the pressure is on us to do the same on the field and I can’t wait.”
Tom Curran from Oval Invincibles added: “I love the song, it has a really good vibe and it makes you want to move.
“This competition is all about entertaining the fans and with the caliber of cricket on the field and the entertainment off the field, it will be an incredible event for the whole family.”
Watch The Hundred live on Sky Sports Cricket this summer. Non-Sky subscribers can follow all the action through the Sky Sports app, Sky Sports News, and Insider Voice.