Singer-songwriter Amy-Jo Clough is returning to the Fosters FanZone on Saturday afternoon after appearing to huge acclaim on the same stage last season.
The up-and-coming star, who recently released her new EP 'Integrity', was a social media hit with Rovers supporters when she performed prior to last September's 3-0 victory over Charlton Athletic, so she returns by popular demand to headline the pre-match entertainment ahead of this weekend's Championship clash with Fulham.
Amy-Jo will be on stage from around 1.50pm, showcasing the talent that has seen her perform on the same bill as acts such as Little Mix, Professor Green and The Vamps, as well as supporting Scouting For Girls, Rick Astley and Stooshe on their headline tours.
Aside from the musical entertainment, the bar will be open from 11am, with Spurs v Liverpool live on the big screen from 12.30pm and the Community Trust's popular Penalty Shoot-Out Challenge returning to the FanZone area, giving fans of all ages the chance to test their speed of shot.
Fans visiting the area pre-match can also access Blues Bar and the Strikers Family Lounge to make use of the refreshment and entertainment facilities available in those facilities, while supporters in the Blackburn Rovers Community Trust Family Stand can enjoy the selection of consoles in The GAME Room, alongside free face painting, colouring in and complimentary fruit courtesy of McDonald's.
You don’t even need to change device to purchase your tickets for Saturday's game via eticketing.co.uk/onerovers/, or alternatively choose between calling the ticket hotline on 01254 372000 or making a personal visit to the Roverstore in advance of the game, with the additional Blackburn End ticket office windows open on the afternoon of the game.