Franklin’s Gardens will be the home of food, drink and live music this Friday night, not to mention the Saints’ Aviva Premiership clash with Gloucester!
The Cherry and Whites come to town with both teams looking to build on their European successes as the Aviva Premiership takes precedence once more.
Saints opened their European Rugby Champions Cup campaign with wins over the Scarlets on home turf and then away at the Pro 12 champion Glasgow Warriors last Saturday evening. Meanwhile Gloucester also got two from two against Zebre and La Rochelle in the European Rugby Challenge Cup to sit top of Pool 4.
Just one point separates the Saints and Gloucester in the Aviva Premiership table, and with the top four just four points away there is plenty to play for this weekend!
Tickets can be booked right now at www.tinyurl.com/SAI-GLO-1516 and by using [email protected] supporters can beat the match day queues and save the admin fees. Groups of tickets remain available in many areas of the stadium.
A day at the Gardens is more than just rugby, though. The Village and bars will be open from 5pm, with a wide range of food and drink available to supporters who come straight from work to beat the traffic.
The main stadium opens at 6pm, with kick off at 7:45pm. Then once the action has finished there will be live music in the Rodber Suite, with BT Sport’s post-match presentation taking place in Heroes Bar.
With several thousand parking spaces on Edgar Mobbs Way there is plenty of space for supporters who are using their cars, with post-match traffic management helping smooth your journey away from Franklin’s Gardens.