KCOM Craven Park
The pride of the North, KCOM Craven Park
Welcome to KCOM Craven Park, home to the Hull Kingston Rovers and the top concert venue! Pride of the North East of England, the KCOM plays host to a legion of terrific events including concerts and sporting contests. Buy or sell KCOM Craven Park tickets from StubHub!
A superb music and sports event facility
KCOM Craven Park is also known as the Hull College Craven Park Stadium and plays host to a huge number of sports and musical events throughout the year. The popular Irish boyband Westlife included the stadium as part of their 2020 tour, the band’s 14th time on the road! The fabulous all-girl vocal group Little Mix, Billy Bragg Ratk-Su, The Divine Comedy, Paul Heaton with Jacqui Abbott and the Welsh singing sensation Tom Jones have also appeared live in front of packed out audiences at the park. For musical events, the stadium is converted to allow for general standing admission on the pitch with a VIP area in the Golden Circle, which is close to the main performance stage. Tiered seating is also available along with an area suitable for mobility-challenged attendees. Don’t miss out on any of these fabulous musical events, buy KCOM Craven Park tickets today from StubHub!
The best North East venue for sports and musical events!
In 2019, the Hull Kingston Rovers announced they were partnering up with Hull College and so it was agreed that the stadium would be officially renamed Hull College Craven Park Stadium. The overall capacity of the stadium is 14,500, which made it one of the largest grounds to feature in the Super League. KCOM Craven Park is situated in beautiful Kingston upon Hull, in East Riding of Yorkshire. The venue prides itself on its accessibility and there are great facilities throughout, including Blue-Badge parking, a hearing loop, accessible toilets and wheelchair access. In addition to being a top musical performance arena, the North East venue is home to the professional rugby team Hull Kingston Rovers. Other events have included the boxing world’s ‘Rumble on the Humber’, which saw the Olympic gold medal holder Luke Campbell taking on Tommy Coyle in front of an audience of 15,000. The first ever Quidditch Championship fixture was held in 2017, at the KCOM Craven Park. Eight teams took part and West Midlands Revolution were declared the overall winners of the tournament. For the best in sports and musical events, buy KCOM Craven Park tickets from StubHub!
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