WORLD CUP: Welsh stars to sing at Millennium Stadium
2:14pm Wednesday 12th October 2011 in Rugby World Cup
WELSH singing sensations Sophie Evans and Only Men Aloud will join an expected crowd of over 45,000 rugby supporters this Saturday at the Millennium Stadium.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s latest star and the Classical Brit Award winning choir will galvanise the Welsh rugby’s supporters the free live screening of the Wales versus France World Cup semi-final.
Close to 40,000 keen rugby supporters are already booked in for the biggest ever screening of a live match at the Millennium Stadium and fans can still get their hands on tickets (six per person) at Gate 3 Millennium Stadium until 7pm today.
Welsh rock band “4th Street Traffic”, who performed at an exclusive event for the Wales squad and their families before they set off for New Zealand, have also been added to the bill promising at least on hour of classic rock tunes and a selection of their own material after the final whistle.
The Stadium will open at 7.30am on Saturday and alcohol will be served from 9am. Fans can access park and ride facilities at County Hall in Cardiff Bay from 7am and parking will be charged at the standard day rate of £3.