There'll be plenty to warm fans up at the Supporters Village ahead of the big game against Saracens on Friday evening, with live music, the Heineken trailer, and the return of the Bay Radio 'Radio Box'.
The fun and games get underway at 6.00pm, two hours ahead of kick-off, with the Village opening for business. Whatever the weather, there’ll be no stopping the fun as the big marquee is back, with entertainment provided from Brecon based covers band Bodd Edd.
A big favourite of the Ospreys squad, it’s their first time performing at the Village having previously been booked to play at a number of Ospreys functions, and a great time is guaranteed.
Elsewhere in the village, the Heineken trailer will also be in place to keep the party flowing and, weather dependent, the Ospreys rugby themed inflatables will also be up, providing fun for all the family.
102.1 Bay Radio, the official radio station of the Ospreys, will be bringing their famous ‘Radio Box’ for a return visit after it went down well at the Biarritz game last month, allowing fans to warm up their vocal chords with some classic tunes to get them in the big match mood ahead of the 8.00pm kick-off.
Fans attending the game will once again have the opportunity to scrum down alongside Bay Radio's 'Big Heads' of Adam and Duncan Jones, and when they get home they can go online to check if they've made it into the online gallery at baywales.com where they'll be able to download the photos.
Meanwhile visitors to the Liberty Stadium Club Shop will get the chance to meet Welsh international Ryan Bevington and Kristian Phillips, the youngest PRO12 try scorer ever, who will be helping staff to serve Christmas shoppers in between posing for photos and signing autographs, from 6.15pm.
Tickets for the game against the reigning English Premiership champions remain on sale at the Liberty Stadium Ticket Office, online at www.ospreysrugby.com/buytickets and via the Ticket Hotline on 0844 815 6665.