Home Park, the iconic venue in Plymouth, is set to host the city’s biggest electronic music event Alive At Argyle next year. This unique city event is scheduled for May 25, 2024, from midday to 11 pm and will be an unforgettable experience for music enthusiasts. While the line-up is yet to be revealed, an announcement was made on social media, letting fans know they can secure pre-sale tickets by signing up and ensuring they are the first to know about the exciting acts set to perform.
In addition, attendees are given the chance to take part in a competition where they can win exclusive VIP backstage passes, drumming up further excited. Alive at Argyle is set to bring renowned dance artists to Plymouth, and the initial lineup of headliners will be revealed shortly.
This festival is a significant addition to Home Park’s event calendar for next year, joining Take That as one of the first gigs to be announced. The stadium has a rich history of hosting renowned acts, including the likes of Mike Skinner, Pete Tong, Becky Hill, Chase & Status, Patrick Topping, Danny Howard, Sub Focus, and many more. With such an impressive track record, Home Park is undoubtedly the perfect venue for this highly anticipated electronic music event.
As the countdown begins, anticipation is building among music lovers in Plymouth and beyond. The promise of an incredible line-up, combined with the vibrant atmosphere that Home Park offers, ensures that Alive At Argyle will be an unmissable experience for all attendees. Whether you’re a devoted fan of electronic music or simply looking for a memorable day out, this event is sure to deliver an unforgettable celebration of music and community. Stay tuned for the announcement of the first headliners, as excitement continues to grow for this monumental event at Home Park.
Ben Gill-Carey, the Promotions Director, expressed his excitement about collaborating with Home Park Stadium and Plymouth Argyle to bring this event to the South West. Ben said,”We are delighted to be working with Home Park Stadium and Plymouth Argyle to bring this event to the South West. We wanted to ensure that the event was as accessible as possible to dance music fans in the South West and beyond, and hope the low ticket prices will encourage everyone to get tickets early as we expect them to be in high demand.”
In addition to the low ticket price, special offers have been agreed upon for Season Ticket holders and Evergreen members, with more details to come in the next few weeks. Christian Kent, the Head of Venue at Home Park Stadium, added “Hosting events at Home Park during the close season is a key part of our long-term strategy for growth and a key part of our new five-year mission, particularly in May or early June and this ticks all the boxes for us. Kent continued,”We are also really pleased to be working with one of the cities longest standing promoters and cannot wait until May 24’ – We’re really excited to share the line-up with everyone. As well as a low-ticket price, we have agreed special offers for our Season Ticket holders and Evergreen members, with more details of this to come in the next few weeks.”
The festival joins Take That as the first gigs announced in Home Park’s event calendar next year, with the iconic ’90s boy band performing on June 4, 2024. Earlier this year, the stadium hosted multi-platinum and Grammy award-winning rock band Muse, transforming Home Park into a venue for 26,000 rock fans for the band’s homecoming in Devon.