Don’t be scared, but Halloween arrives this weekend! And at Sixways Stadium we have two special themed events taking place to make sure you have a fantastic Halloween with live top class rugby and music to save your Soul!
On Friday night we have many special events taking place around the stadium to get you in the mood for a spook-tacular night out as we entertain Nottingham Rugby in the RFU Championship (kick-off 8pm).
Supporters are urged to dress to impress with a fancy dress competition for the best spook on the night! Look out for staff who will be giving out fireworks ticket to the best dressed!
We will also be running the Goblin Gamble to win play-off hospitality and have face painters on site to make sure you look the part!
A special edition of 'The Warrior' match day programme – featuring interviews with Marcel Garvey and Greg Rawlinson – has a ghoulish theme and is available around the stadium complex for just £3.
Our cheerleaders will also be giving fans a spooky half-time show and post match we will have a Halloween party with different with live music to dance the night away!
Around the stadium you can even ‘Trick and Tr-eat’ with a themed Halloween menu in the Food Village and Scrum Club. Witches Steak & Cauldron Ale Pie, Ghostly Hot Pork Bap, Eyeball Faggots, Bat Sausage, Devils Chilli Con Carne and Ghoulish Chicken Curry are all available!
Tickets to the Nottingham game are available now! Call the Warriors Box Office on 01905 454183 or click HERE.
Does your Soul need saving? If so, then Sunday night we have the perfect cure with a special Sunday Soul Night as the ‘Original Soul Survivors’ make a reunion appearance to help raise funds for injured Warriors Academy player Earl Collins.
The original six-piece line-up – that includes Academy Assistant Manager Gary Meechan – are returning for one-night to play 60s classic soul for the benefit of Earl and his family after the young winger sustained a serious neck injury playing for Warriors in March.
The original band worked with, alongside or supported The Temptations, The Four Tops, The Drifters, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, The Contours, Rufus Thomas, the Foundations and many, many more. Members have played with Simply Red, Girls Aloud, Jimmy James and The Vagabonds, Shirley Bassey, Edwin Starr, Eddie Floyd, Ben E King and Carla Thomas to name but a few.
The night will also include a special Soul Music DJ with Rob Hurcomb – part of The Worcester Soul Crew – performing. For further information visit www.soulstuff.co.uk
All proceeds from ticket sales will go to Earl and his family with tickets priced at just £10. Doors for the Soul Night at Sixways will open at 7.30pm for an 8pm start. For further details call the Sixways Events team on 01905 454183.