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Supporter Information - What’s On At The Bristol Bears Game

Supporter Information - What’s On At The Bristol Bears Game
Round Three of the Gallagher Premiership is here at Kingsholm Stadium, as the Cherry and Whites play host to Bristol Bears on Friday evening (KO 7:45pm) and there is plenty going on alongside the action.

Here is all you need to know if you’re coming to the game!

Tickets are selling well and still on sale from the Gloucester Rugby Ticket Office, the West Terrace is Sold Out, and Greene King Shed has limited availability.

Make sure you download the new Gloucester Rugby App before you come to the stadium! Benefit from superfast stadium wifi, and access all of the great features, where you can vote for your Stowford Press Man of the Match, take the Half Time Quiz, and upload images into the Fan Gallery.

For more information, visit here

We're expecting a bumper Friday evening crowd at Kingsholm Stadium for this fixture, and supporters wishing to collect tickets are advised early to avoid the queues, and all supporters are advised to arrive in good time to enter the stadium ahead of kick off at 7:45pm.

Pick up a copy of the matchday programme which this week will cost £3.50, from around the ground.

The programme includes an exclusive interview with scrum half Callum Braley, lots of news from around the club, and a look at our visitors from Ashton Gate.

Head to the Shogun Bar at 7pm, where Andy Wyman will be interviewing a selection of players about the game ahead.

Supporters in the West Terrace are reminded to be ready at 7:30pm, where mini-balls will be thrown into the Terrace ready for the ‘A-Plan Insurance Hit The Bar’ Challenge at Half Time.

At 7:35pm, supporters in the Stowford Press Stand are invited to keep an eye on the roving camera, and one lucky winner will win a pint of Stowford Press for their whole row!

Kingsholm Stadium gates open at 5:45pm, and there will be a Happy Hour in the bars from then until 6:45pm. Still £3-a-pint, and available on Wolf Pack, Stowford Press Original and Greene King IPA Smooth.

We are delighted to confirm the introduction of 2-pint cups! Head to the Gloucester Rugby bars to get yourself a 2-pinter and also try some of the new drinks on offer!

Wolf Pack Pilsner replaces Bud Light. A lager produced by two ex-professional rugby players that Greene King are distributing nationally, and we will also be pouring Stowford Press Mixed Berries. Both products available in all bars across Kingsholm.

Introduction of 2 pint reusable cups. Please note there is a £2 deposit for these refundable when you hand the cup back.

The trial of Swipe Station at the end of last season was a success so the machines can still be found in Shogun and will be introduced into Lion’s Den before Christmas.

Supporters wishing to attend the game and take advantage of the Park and Ride service can use the EDF Energy Barnwood Service which runs as follows;

Pre-match 5:45pm to 7:40pm, then post-match from approximately 10pm until the final bus at 11:05pm.

Important Notice. Please Note that the Tesco’s Park and Ride is no longer available on Gloucester Rugby Matchdays. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Looking for some musical entertainment? Head to the Shogun Bar post-match to hear from The Mark Walby Duo

Mark Walby and his band have entertained audiences for over 2 years, having played alongside performers such as Cheryl Cole, The Saturdays, Professor Green and Girls Aloud to name just a few.

Entertaining, talented and with the guarantee they will put on a show, The Mark Walby Duo will treat the Shogun Bar to an evening of music that will have you singing and dancing to hits both old and new!

Refreshments wise, there are plenty of options on offer around the stadium from Freeman’s Event Partners.

At Gate 1, take advantage of the Gourmet Burger Van, West Cornwall Pasty and Woodfired Pizza and Freshly ground Coffee & Crepes and in the Lions Den, head to the Lavazza Coffee cup

At Gate 2, head to the Gourmet Burger Unit, Brackhurst Gourmet Sausage and Lavazza Coffee, and at Gate 3, enjoy some Traditional Hog Roast. In the Shogun Bar, visit West Cornwall Pasty Bar.

Tickets are still selling well for the fixture, which is part of the 2018-19 Club Membership, and general sale tickets are available from the Gloucester Rugby Ticket Office which opens at 9am.
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