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Super League partners to create Magic memories
12:06pm Wednesday 14th May 2014 in Sport
AS well as showcasing some of the biggest clashes in Rugby League, Magic Weekend 2014 offers fans the chance to watch live music and participate in exciting competitions for money-can’t-buy prizes.
Four piece band The Big Beat will perform live their electric mix of rock, soul, pop and blues over the weekend whilst former BBC Radio 1 presenter DJ Spoony will provide live sets and interviews across the two days.
First Utility, the Super League title sponsor, are giving seven lucky fans the chance to watch a match with a friend in style from the best seats in the house. They will watch the match from the comfort of a sofa whilst enjoying food and drink, and have front row seats for the live music performances, all courtesy of First Utility.
Foxy Bingo are hosting on pitch Zorb Ball Races between each match. Alcatel OneTouch will also be giving away over £7,000 worth of Alcatel OneTouch products and the Irn-Bru mascot will be firing t-shirts into the crowd.
The Fan Zone outside the stadium will also keep fans entertained with Super League partners offering something for everyone.
Active fans can test their skills at Play Touch Rugby League, pull an Isuzu D-Max truck in a tug of war competition or test their power in the First Utility Power Zone.
Fans can also relax in the bars or visit Foxy Bingo, who will be offering free hair colouring.
Fellow Super League partners Alcatel OneTouch, Brut and Irn-Bru are also hosting Fan Zone activities across the two days, giving fans the chance to create some magic memories from Magic Weekend.
Tickets in the East Stand upper tier at Magic Weekend on Saturday May 17 cost £20 for adults and £10 for concessions.
Tickets for Sunday May 18 costs from £25 for adults and £12.50 for concessions: weekend tickets cost from £40 (£20 concessions) and can be purchased by calling the 24-hour Rugby League Ticket Hotline on 0844 856 1113 or by visiting www.rugbyleaguetickets.co.uk.
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