Help create a sea of Blue for Sunderland visit
- 15 April 2014 12:15
- Posted by @MCFC
Blues, this is a call to arms... bring your flags, inflatables and best singing voices along to turn the Etihad Blue on Wednesday night.
There are only four home games left in the 2013/14 season and we want to create an incredible atmosphere under the lights of the Etihad Stadium for the visit of Sunderland, to help roar our boys onto the title.
A victory in Wednesday's game will close the gap on leaders Liverpool to just four points with another game in hand to come, so help create a sea of Blue for this latest chapter in this most unpredictable of title races.
Get there early too, as we've got another stellar BT City Square line-up, featuring a quartet of City legends in Peter Reid, Dennis Tueart, Joe Corrigan and Peter Barnes.
Corrigan and Barnes will be chatting to Natalie Pike and Danny Jackson at West Reception, whilst Reid and Tueart will be on stage at BT City Square, along with former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr.
Also on stage, there'll be live music from a couple of top live acts, Bird to Beast and Shakedown Stockholm.
Check out Bird to Beast's single Elephant below.
And have a listen to Shakedown Stockholm on Soundcloud here.
As always, we'll have competitions with some amazing prizes too - including a signed shirt and upgraded tickets - and we'll be giving away flags and scarves!
The Blue Carpet at West Reception will also have plenty on offer. Make sure to check out our performance jugglers and we'll have a "five questions for five scarves" challenge.
At half-time, a couple of fans will have the chance to receive receive One Direction tickets but will the entrants be able to hit the woodwork to win?
Don't miss out! Make the most of your visit to the Etihad Stadium. Get down to BT City Square early and sample all the pre-match entertainment we have to offer.
The race for the Premier League has come to the boil, so make sure you’re there to lend your support as we bid for a second title in three years.
Tickets are still available for the two of the last first-team games taking place at the Etihad Stadium this season, against Sunderland and West Brom.
They could be decisive clashes, so don’t miss out.
Buy your tickets now!