Make sure to get down to Old Trafford early on Saturday evening and make the most of all the entertainment on the gameday playlist leading up to the 2018 Betfred Super League Grand Final.
Wigan Warriors go in as the favourites to lift the Super League trophy for the second time in three years. They finished 2nd in the Super 8s round of the competition and saw off Castleford Tigers 14-0 in the Semi-finals.
However they will be wary of a Warrington Wolves outfit that caused a massive upset by knocking out top seed St Helens 18-13 in their Semi-final clash last Thursday, sealing their place in the showpiece final in Manchester.
Throughout the competition the pre-match playlists have been soundtracked by some of the hottest new music, and tomorrow’s playlist is no different with a whole host of artists and live performances set to keep you entertained throughout the evening.
Indie pop starlets Blossoms are the highlight of the evening’s pre-match entertainment, with the Greater Manchester group set to perform two spellbinding sets before the game and during Half time.
Ahead of kick off, the quintet will entertain the capacity 70,000 plus crowd with arguably their biggest hit ‘Charlemagne’ and their most recent single ‘There’s a Reason Why (I Never Returned Your Calls)’.
Their performance at the interval will consist of ‘I Can’t Stand It’ from their most recent album ‘Cool Like You’ and ‘At Most a Kiss’, from their chart topping self-titled debut record.
The evening’s entertainment begins for fans getting into the stadium early with a selection of the hottest new music to get you pumped up as you take in the surroundings of one of the most iconic stadium in the country.
Songs getting your party started are some of the latest big tunes from Mumford & Sons, The Prodigy, Calvin Harris & Sam Smith, The Chemical Brothers, Richard Ashcroft, Olly Murs & Snoop Dogg, Bring Me The Horizon, Disturbed, Silk City & Dua Lipa and Chaka Khan.
Prior to Blossoms’ first appearance of the afternoon, the Rugby League Rockettes cheerleading squad will take to the field to perform a routine to Pitbull‘s ‘Fireball (feat. John Ryan)’.
As the teams line up in the tunnel, soprano Laura Wright will perform a live rendition of the anthemic hymn ‘Jerusalem’, which will be followed by captains Sean O’Loughlin and Chris Hill leading their respective sides out onto the pitch to the sound of ‘Turn the Music Up’ by NF.
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