What's going on at Ewood throughout Saturday? We host Hull City at Ewood Park and here's our matchday timetable for the main event against the Tigers...
12:30 Foster's FanZone
13:00 Strikers' Lounge
12:00 Food service begins in Blues.
12:30 Accrington Stanley v Derby County will be live on the Foster's FanZone screen as our entertainment area opens for business to come and see if our near neighbours can continue their fine FA Cup run.
13:15 Tickets go on sale for the half-time Rovers Return draw. There's a cash prize and a signed shirt in the main draw alongside a pair of hospitality tickets on offer for all those who go into the hat for our Golden Ticket draw and you'll receive one free Golden Ticket for every two main draw tickets you purchase.
14:00 Rhys Watkins is today's live act on the FanZone stage. The 17-year-old songwriter from Blackpool will be setting the scene for the big match with his performance. The accomplished musician has been gigging for the past four years to showcase his talents, having been playing the guitar since he was seven and the piano since the age of 14.
14:25 If your child is aged 16 or under, they're welcome to read out the team news in the FanZone on first come, first served! The reward for taking part is a Rovers goodie bag.
14:50 Today's guard of honour is formed by four local primary schools who have reached our EFL Kids Cup grand final in Avondale, Shadsworth, The Redeemer and Whitefield all alongside local junior club Oswaldtwistle St Mary's U9.
14:57 To mark #OneRovers Day, the arrival of the teams will see them accompanied by a selection of keen fans who demonstrate the inclusive and diverse ethos of Blackburn Rovers. Samantha Ward is the up-and-coming young referee who will walk out alongside this afternoon's match officials as our referee mascot.
15:48 Rovers Return draw time and listen out for results over the PA or check them out online via rovers.co.uk or @BRFCTrust on Facebook and Twitter. If you win, please speak to your nearest stand supervisor.
15:49 Half-time penalties in front of the Blackburn Rovers Community Trust Family Stand, featuring today's visiting junior teams.
15:50 A special cheque presentation will be made to Blackburn Rovers Community Trust who will be represented by CEO Gary Robinson and disability sports officer Matt Pilkington as the club donates the £500 surplus proceeds from the recent Disabled Supporters' Christmas Party to the charity's fast-growing disability sports programme, to help it to reach and inspire more participants.
17:30 Make sure you're back in Blues for your post-match refreshments and entertainment, with the Biscuit Brothers live on stage, performing their eclectic mix of funk, soul, disco, rock and pop anthems.