SOLD OUT: Essex v Somerset | Vitality Blast


Essex’s Vitality Blast fixture against Somerset has become the second T20 of 2024 to sell out, two weeks after the sell out of the clash with Sussex Sharks.

Tickets were in high demand for the fixture, which is a re-run of the 2023 Vitality Blast Final, as Essex seek to get the better of Somerset in a head-to-head between two heavyweights of domestic T20 cricket.

If your heart is set on watching the rematch of last year’s final between Essex and Somerset, you can join the waiting list to ensure that you’re first to be notified if seats become available.

With two Friday night Vitality Blast fixtures at The Cloud County Ground already sold out, the only remaining Friday night with availability is Essex’s fixture against Glamorgan on 07 June.

There is limited allocated seating available for the Glamorgan fixture with pairs of seats free in Tom Pearce and Felsted School Stands. Larger groups can still book in the unallocated Eagles Area and take advantage of the cheapest tickets in the ground at just £25 with the added benefit of on-pitch seating bringing you closer to the action.


To join the waiting list for the Somerset fixture, just let our Ticketing Team know your name, phone number, customer number and how many tickets you want.

Join the waiting list

Hospitality: Unforgettable matchdays

While tickets for the Somerset fixture have sold out, there is still limited hospitality remaining, and what better way to watch the re-run of last year’s Final than from the best seats in the house?

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Vitality Blast Matchday Availability

The Vitality Blast may still be two and a half months away, but tickets at The Cloud County Ground are selling fast and those who want to experience the magic of the Blast at Chelmsford will need to book soon to secure their seats.

With two games now sold out and a number of others with increasingly limited availability, take a look at the fixtures below and book your ticket for a summer of cricket.