Get ready for a trip through the golden era of the 1990s with one of the country’s most famous and popular DJs.
Chris Moyles will be presenting his 90s Hangover at Coventry Building Society Arena on Saturday 9 March 2024.
Moyles, who presents to more than one million people of Radio X every morning, will be unleashing the biggest tunes and hits from the an iconic decade for music – from indie and rock bangers, to pop and dance anthems.
The Saturday night party will see one of the most prominent names in radio broadcasting of the last three decades get on the decks at Coventry Building Society Arena.
He will be delving into his 90s music treasure trove and guests can expect an eclectic mix from the likes Oasis, Blur, Fatboy Slim, Steps, Britney and many more.
Paul Michael, Managing Director at Coventry Building Society Arena, said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Chris Moyles next year for a night drenched in 90s nostalgia.
“Get ready for a colossal celebration of an extraordinary decade of music and a massive party at Coventry Building Society Arena.
“Chris is a titan in broadcasting, and this March night is poised to be nothing short of fantastic.”
Moyles’ career has seen him at the heart of the country’s radio and entertainment industry for more than 30 years – where he has worked for the nation’s leading radio stations including Capital FM, BBC Radio 1 and Radio X.
Last year he returned to TV screens and braved the jungle on ITV’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here.
The 90s Hangover event stems from the pandemic when Moyles took to social media to perform hugely popular live DJ sets.
The success of the virtual sets have led to Moyles presenting his 90s Hangover in venues across the country – and the show at Coventry Building Society Arena will be the first time the event has been hosted in Coventry.
Chris Moyles 90s Hangover will be taking centre stage in the Indoor Arena at Coventry Building Society Arena.
Tickets are on general sale on Friday 8 December at 10am. Early bird prices will start from £18 plus booking fee. Accessible tickets are available by calling 0333 033 5934.