A stunning evening of Tina Turner’s greatest hits comes to The Incora County Ground on Saturday 21 August, performed by a standout cast of the West End’s finest performers.
To help make the most of your visit, please take the time to read our Visitor Guide.
We ask all ticket-buyers to not travel to The Incora County Ground if they are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19.
In true ‘Great British summer’ style, the weather forecast suggests potential rain during the outdoor concert. Visitors are advised to dress for the conditions and umbrellas are permitted.
The fantastic live tour, which has already performed at numerous venues up and down the country, is designed for outdoor conditions and will not be cancelled in the event of rain.
The event would only be cancelled in the interest of public safety and any relevant updates will be communicated via this Visitor Guide page.
Rain or shine, stars of London’s West End are set to wow crowds at The Incora County Ground and we hope you’re looking forward to the event!
Click HERE to view the latest BBC Weather forecast for Derby.
The Venue & Directions
The Incora County Ground
Arriving by Car
Visitors can drive to the main entrance at The Incora County Ground off Pentagon Island, or via Sir Frank Whittle Road (see map below).
On-site car parking can also be accessed via the main entrance. This applies to those with a pre-purchased Car Park Ticket, as well as visitors wishing to purchase parking on the day. Please note that on-the-day Car Park Tickets are priced at £10.
Hospitality guests with complimentary Pavilion Parking, will be parked by the main Incora Pavilion.
Arriving by Bus
The Incora County Ground is located close to bus stops on Nottingham Road, which are serviced by Trent Barton buses across various routes around the region.
Arriving by Train
Derby is on the East Midlands Trains main line with direct trains from London St. Pancras via Leicester from the South, and Sheffield and Chesterfield from the North.
It is also on the Cross-Country line with trains from Scotland, Newcastle, Durham and Yorkshire, as well as The West Country, Bristol and Birmingham. Derby is also served by local trains from Burton, Matlock, Nottingham and the East Midlands.
The walk from the station takes about 20 minutes.
We encourage all supporters to plan their arrival at the ground, allowing plenty of time. Thank you for your co-operation.
Visitors can view all the latest travel news and updates around Derby online HERE.
Event date: Saturday 21 August
Show starts: 7:30pm
Approx. finish: 9.30pm
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online at derbyshireccc.com, or by calling 01332 388 101.
Unreserved Standing – £24
Unreserved Seating – £28 (Limited Availability)
Car Park – £8 (in advance)
A limited amount of tickets will be available to purchase via the main entrance (see map above) on the night.
A limited number of Car Park tickets are available to purchase in advance.
Hospitality places have now sold out.
Please note that ticket scanners will be in operation at ALL gates.
Both the Standing and Seating areas can be accessed via the main entrance. Visitors are not permitted to bring in their own chairs or picnic blankets.
There will be an accessible area located to the side of the stage. This will be reserved for accessibility users on the night. Disabled car parking can be purchased for £8 in advance on a first-come, first-served basis.
Hospitality guests will be able to access the exclusive hospitality viewing area towards the front of the seated area and will be directed by the Club hosts on the day.
Food & Drink
A number of outlets will be available, located close to both the standing and seated areas, will serve a variety of hot and cold food options, as well as alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
Children’s portions and vegetarian/vegan options will be available at selected units.
There will be a number of prohibited items, including all food, drink (except bottled water), picnic blankets, folding chairs and large bags. Any dangerous items, such as pen knives, as well as any professional cameras or recording equipment will also be forbidden.
No food or alcohol can be brought into the venue. A variety of concession units will be available, located close to the stage, serving a range of hot and cold food, as well as alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Guests can bring water in a plastic bottle into the venue.
If you have any questions ahead of your visit, please email [email protected]. All venue regulations are subject to change, based on the latest government guidance. Thank you.