On The Line

On The Line

  • Another big night of Entertainment to take place at Playoff Semi Final
  • On The Line to headline before Wigan v Huddersfield clash
  • Performances from Warrior Girls and appearance from Mighty Max also in store

It’s all to play for on the pitch on Thursday night with a place in the Grand Final up for grabs and Wigan Warriors have another Great Night Out in store for fans.

The Warriors will be looking to book their spot in a third consecutive Grand Final, and there will be plenty to entertain fans of both sides ahead of kick-off.

On The Line are a UK pop group hailing from Wigan in the Northwest of England. An acoustic guitar based group, known primarily for their pleasing harmony and captivating song craft. The group consist of Si Roddam, Mike Evans and Andrew Reid, who met in their teens as friends and later started performing together as a group in 2002.

Si told us,

"We’ve recently taken a break from the band to raise our young families but we are looking forward to performing at DW Stadium again,

"I’m sure the Wigan crowd will be great as they were back in our early years on a number of occasions"

Throughout their music career, Si, Mike and Andrew have had the honour of sharing the stage with a number of established recording artists, including Texas, Westlife, Ronan Keating and Marcus Collins, to name but a few, to crowds in excess of 15,000 people.

With numerous studio recordings under their belt, they have also had the privilege to record with some notable pop producer’s including US music producer Michael Raphael who is known best in the UK for his projects with Busted and McFly.

Junior Warriors will have the opportunity to meet some of the players and Max by attending Max’s Club. Max’s Club takes place in the North Stand Marquee Lounge with doors opening at 6pm. Fans will have the opportunity to win prizes, while the Berkeley Warrior Girls and Warriors facepainters will also be in attendance. Entry is free for season ticket holders and just £1 for everyone else.

The South Stand supporters lounge will also be open as usual from 6pm.

On their way to the game Wigan Warriors 2015 Season Ticket holders can grab themselves a Friday treat by showing their 2015 Season cards to redeem extra benefits at McDonalds, Starbucks and Revolution. CLICK HERE for details.

Tickets for Wigan vs Huddersfield are still available from just £21 for adults and £14 for juniors and these are available from the DW Stadium Ticket Office, Ticket Hotline on 0871 66-33-552 and online by CLICK HERE and collecting at the ticket office on the night.

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