What's going on at Ewood throughout tomorrow? We host Stoke City at Ewood Park and here's our matchday timetable for the main event against the Potters...
12:30 Foster's FanZone
13:00 Strikers' Lounge
09:00 New reductions on replica shirts mean that you can now pick up current season tops from as little as £15, so get in early when the Roverstore doors open!
12:30 The Foster's FanZone opens for business with the bar, hot food van and stage all getting underway, while we plan to bring you live big screen coverage of Norwich City v QPR from the same time.
13:00 Today's game is jointly dedicated to the awareness of our partner charity Child Action North West and the 25th anniversary of Kick It Out, so keep an eye out for the start of the bucket collection in aid of the former and please give generously if you can.
13:15 Rovers Return tickets go on sale, with another jackpot in excess of £500 being predicted for today.
13:30 With a decent forecast in the offing, we hope to have our inflatable penalty shoot-out challenge up and running in the corner of the Jack Walker Stand and Blackburn End.
13:55 We hear from a representative of Child Action North West on the FanZone stage to talk about the importance of the charity's partnership with the club and how the awareness and fundraising will help the lives of local children.
14:00 Verity Walker live on the FanZone stage. The talented young vocalist, guitarist and pianist has enjoyed taking part in shows such as Jack and The Beanstalk, Jayne Eyre and Cats with professional production companies. After writing a few songs of her own, she decided to take part in and win Fylde's Got Talent, leading to subsequent performances at the St Annes Christmas Lights Switch, live radio broadcasts on Radio Lancashire and concerts with other professional musicians in local venues.
14:25 Time for team news in the FanZone with a goodie bag on offer for any child brave enough to come on stage and read out the team sheet!
14:50 Delves Lane Primary School from Consett in County Durham have made the long journey south to enjoy forming today's guard of honour, thanks to a long-standing friendship with our Community Trust.
14:57 The excitement raises up a level as the teams emerge from the tunnel, accompanied by referee mascot Katie Chadwick, flag bearers for today's nominated charities and player escorts representing Child Action North West and Cheshire Young Carers.
15:48 Rovers Return draw takes place, conducted by a representative of our chosen charity partners for the day, Child Action North West.
15:49 Delves Lane Primary School return to the pitch to take part in our half-time penalty shoot-out contest.
17:15 Stay behind to enjoy the Grand National, which will be live on our screens around all spectator and hospitality areas that are open post-match.
18:00 Another enjoyable live music event is coming to Blues, with Maelor Hughes performing for those who want to stay with us and make the most of their evening. The Accrington-based singer delivers an energetic twist on traditional folk, blending melodic riffs with upbeat folk, and has enjoyed playing alongside or supporting artists such as The Levellers, Seth Lakeman, Will Varley, Ocean Colour Scene, Reverend and the Makers and Happy Mondays.