Members of Rovers’ title-winning team will be at King George’s Hall in the town centre tonight [Wednesday] to mark the launch of a new book that charts the club’s rise to the best in the land.
Rovers Revolution is the work of journalist John Duerden and examines the impact the 1994-95 season had on not just Rovers, but football as a whole.
This evening, three members of our title-winning team will be in attendance at King George's Hall in Blackburn.
Colin Hendry, Mark Atkins and Kevin Gallagher will all be heading along to reflect on their memories from our season to remember and give the lowdown on the squad and the secrets from that classic term.
Graham Liver of BBC Lancashire will be present to host the evening to look back on our greatest ever campaign under the stewardship of Sir Kenny Dalglish.
Tickets for the night are available for £15 from the King George's Hall Box Office and you can book yours by clicking here or calling 01254 582579.
You can meet the Rovers legends and bag a copy of the book by purchasing a VIP ticket, which can be purchased for £50, with doors open at 7pm.
Rovers Revolution went on sale last week and is priced at £18.99. You can purchase yours by clicking here.