The world-renowned, multi-BRIT nominated DJ/producer, with 4.7 billion streams to his name, will light up Big Game 15 with an electrifying performance in the middle of Twickenham Stadium. The DJ will perform some of his biggest hits in what is set to be an unmissable experience for the whole family this Christmas, with this year’s pre-match light and pyro show set to be the most spectacular ever delivered by the Club.
Joel Corry will perform in between two blockbuster rugby matches at the home of English Rugby. Harlequins Women take on Gloucester-Hartpury at 14:30, followed by the Men’s Gallagher Premiership match against Gloucester Rugby at 17:30.
“I can’t wait to play in front of a partying festive crowd at Big Game 15,” Joel Corry said.
“I’ve got an amazing show planned with plenty of bangers and a few special surprises up my sleeve. It’s going to be an incredible event and I can’t wait to perform in front of a packed Twickenham Stadium.”
Joel Corry burst onto the music scene in 2019 with his hit song ‘Sorry’, which broke the all-time 24-hour Shazam record in the UK. He has since become one of the biggest DJs on the planet, with his 2020 track ‘Head & Heart, ft. MNEK’ topping the UK single charts for six consecutive weeks. He is now a global, multi-platinum selling artist who has worked with some of the biggest names in British pop, including Charli XCX, Becky Hill, RAYE, Tom Grennan and Mabel, as well as international stars like Saweetie, Bryson Tiller and David Guetta. He played nearly 200 shows in 2022 across Australia, Europe, North America and Japan, alongside prestigious club residencies in Las Vegas, New York, and Ibiza.
Harlequins CEO Laurie Dalrymple commented: “We’re thrilled to announce Joel Corry as our headline music act for Big Game 15. His music is instantly recognisable and his impact on the global stage has been enormous. We have no doubt his performance will raise the energy in Twickenham Stadium to a whole new level. Joel is incredibly relevant right now and connects strongly with a youth audience, something crucial to the Club as we seek to expand our supporter base.”