The ever-popular Taiko drummers will return to entertain fans attending Saturday's Blackout against Munster at the Liberty Stadium, and they will be joined pitchside ahead of kick-off by gymnasts from Swansea's West Street Gymnastics Club.
It will be a welcome return to Ospreylia for the drummers, who made such a positive impact on their previous Heineken Cup visits, and they will be performing from approximately 3.10pm, straight after the Ospreys Supporters Choir have entertained the crowds, with their energetic and atmospheric routine.
Accompanying the drummers will be acrobats and gymnasts from the Swansea based club, who will perform a routine at the East Stand side of the ground.
Originally known as Gowerton Gymnastics Club, they were founded 34 years ago, growing as a club before moving to their current home in West Street. After receiving grant funding from the Welsh Assembly Government to refurbish their premises last year, they were formally reopened in September by Ospreys Tom Smith and Jonathan Spratt.
With the Ospreys Supporters Choir performing from approximately 2.55pm, there is no reason not to take your seat early ahead of the big game, making sure you make the most of the big occasion.
AND DON’T FORGET TO WEAR BLACK!
Tickets are still available to buy in person at the Liberty Stadium Ticket Office, online at www.ospreysrugby.comor via the Ticket Hotline on 08700 400.
Gates will open at 2pm, one hour and thirty minutes ahead of kick-off.
For further information on West Street Gymnastics Club please visit www.weststreetgymnastics.co.uk, and to find out more about the Taiko drummers visit www.taikowest.com.