And the first occasion is a cracker, a preseason testimonial game against Cardiff Blues, a traditionally fierce rival with whom Gloucester have enjoyed some epic encounters over the years.
The Chairman of Nick Wood's benefit committee Steve Jones said:
"We are delighted to be putting on this game as a kick off to two exciting benefit years for players who embody everything that is special about Gloucester Rugby and the wider Rugby community.
"We sincerely hope that supporters turn out on the day not just to enjoy a great game of rugby but also to recognise the contribution these guys have made over the years not only to their clubs but also the local community with, hopefully, many more appearances to come in the Cherry & White".
Nick Wood added:
"It's great that both committees have come together to put on this special game which should be a very competitive fixture as both teams fine tune their preseason preparations.
"And it will also be the first opportunity to watch the new look Gloucester Rugby side in action at Kingsholm."
Tickets will be available shortly on the Gloucester Rugby website and suggested donations start at £2 for children and £10 for adults.
There will also be some fun before the game with Gloucester legends putting their skills to the test.
Hospitality is also available for a suggested donation of £600 + VAT for a suite for 12 people in the South Stand or £700 + VAT for a suite for 16 people in the West Stand.
Why not enjoy a pre match hot fork buffet meal and watch the game from your own private viewing balcony?
After the game, there will be an evening social event with an opportunity to meet the Gloucester Rugby players, new and old, with a Question & Answer session and entertainment.
Tickets are available at a suggested donation of £15 and include a 'pie and a pint'.
Chairman of Alex Brown's committee, Malcolm Wharton continued:
"Both committees are really keen to run great years on behalf of their respective players but we also felt it is was important that we ran some joint events to give fans the opportunity to support both players and have a good time in the process. Both committees will be launching the details of future events in the next couple of weeks."
The final word goes to Alex Brown:
"There have been a number of changes at the club since last season but preseason has been really positive with everyone coming together as a squad under the new coaching set up.
"The game against Cardiff is an important one for a number of reasons, not just because it's a testimonial fixture for myself and Nick, but also because we all want to put down a marker for the new season."