The Bay Series returns to Cardiff this September for four unmissable days of world-class live music at the stunning Alexandra Head, Cardiff Bay. Each day will be headlined by an act of epic proportions – N-Dubz, The Streets, SCOOTER and The Chemical Brothers, all taking to the stage to deliver huge live shows, dropping hit after hit, and preceded by special guests and support acts who are simply not to be missed. With limited tickets from £35, get yours now via   

Last year, N-Dubz made a hotly anticipated comeback. Dappy, Fazer and Tulisa went on to drop a brand-new track, Charmer, along with a string of live arena tour dates which sold out rapidly. This year, they’ll be headlining The Bay Series on 6 September for the hottest ticket in town. The trio rose to stardom in the noughties with hits including Number 1, Ouch and Papa Can You Hear Me. Following their split, and having pursued solo avenues, they’re back together much to the delight of fans. They’ll be joined with support from special guest, Nice To Meet Ya hitmaker Wes Nelson 

Pioneers of UK garage, The Streets headline The Bay Series on 7 September. Unquestionably one of the most influential groups in British music culture since bursting onto the scene with seminal album ‘Original Pirate Material’ in 2002, The Streets remain groundbreaking with a captivating catalogue of hits including Fit But You Know It, Has It Come To This?, Blinded By The Lights, Dry Your Eyes and 2022’s Brexit At Tiffany’s. In September, they’ll be at Alexandra Head, Cardiff Bay for a grime masterclass which is not to be missed. The Streets will be supported by special guests Kojey RadicalMy Nu Leng, Local, Zed Bias and Emmeline + more to be announced very soon.  

One of the world’s biggest techno acts of all-time, SCOOTER is back for 2023, following the release of 20th studio album, ‘GOD SAVE THE RAVE’. The German trio have racked up a whopping 30 million+ in single and album sales through their expansive career, with an enormous 100 gold and platinum records globally. SCOOTER will be bringing “the biggest rave in Wales” to Cardiff on 8 September armed with tracks including The Logical Song, Nessaja, their latest release Waste Your Youth for what’s sure to be an unforgettable feast of dance, techno and rave goodness. Support comes in the form of Will Atkinson and Shugz with more to come.  

On 9 September, one of the most exciting live acts on the planet, The Chemical Brothers will come to Cardiff armed with an expansive, genre-defying catalogue of anthemic hits including Hey Boy Hey Girl, Galvanise, Go, Block Rockin’ Beats and more which have firmly solidified them as a globally renowned electronic tour-de-force. The Chemical Brothers, Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons, return to Cardiff in 2023, with their mind-bending live show as part of The Bay Series  – here we go! Plus, not here to do things by halves, they bring with them a banging DJ line-up including 2ManyDJs, Hot Chip, Erol Alkan, Kelly Lee Owens and James Holroyd. 

The Bay Series is Wales’ biggest open-air concert series, delivering music, food and culture to Cardiff Bay with the help of some of the greatest musical names on the planet. The spectacular, custom-built, open-air site at Alexandra Head will play host to a simply unmissable line-up, with the likes of Lewis Capaldi, Pendulum, Biffy Clyro and more having taken to the stage in the previous two years.  

Tickets for The Bay Series are on sale now via 

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