Kids Go Free as Lightning Get Ready For Blast Off At Emirates Old Trafford...
TICKETS FOR Lancashire Lightning’s NatWest T20 Blast campaign at Emirates Old Trafford go on sale this week with children under the age of 11 able to watch the likes of England stars James Anderson, Jos Buttler and Stephen Parry free of charge.But that’s not all! Every supporter will benefit from exceptional value-for-money tickets to watch the crash, bang wallop of the most nail-biting form of cricket.
With individual tickets on sale from only £10 per match, if bought in advance, you can pick and choose which game you’d like to attend – but we strongly recommend that you buy a season ticket as it’s the only way to guarantee a seat for the War of the Roses encounter against our good friends from over the Pennines!
We have five NatWest T20 Blast games on Friday evenings that start at 6.30pm, so put the dates in your diary! Get your weekend off to a great start with a night of exhilarating action at Emirates Old Trafford.
Each game will be themed, so that you can join in the fun and we will have live bands playing some great music that is synonymous with the North West of England. On Friday 18th July we will be celebrating all things summer as it’s the start of the holidays! To mark the occasion of Mexico playing England in the football World Cup, we will be hosting a Mexican themed night with piñatas, maracas and much more.
This summer all our under 11 Thunderbolts will be able to attend all home games in the NatWest T20 Blast group stage for free! This is a great opportunity for our under 11 supporters to come and watch Lancashire CCC and be able to experience the excitement and atmosphere on a match day! We will also have many activities to keep you and your family entertained before each game gets underway.
Lightning start our home campaign on Saturday 17 May when Worcestershire Royals visit Emirates Old Trafford. All the England players will be available to take part in this match, so make sure you get your ticket to watch James Anderson, Jos Buttler and the newly-called up Stephen Parry wear the Red Rose with pride. Also, there will be another T20 match on the pitch earlier in the day when two representative sides from recreational cricket in the area go head to head. A ticket for the day enables you to watch both matches – so why not make a day of it? There will be plenty of activities and refreshments available.
Lancashire Lightning’s NatWest T20 Blast Fixtures at Emirates Old TraffordSaturday 17 May (7pm) – Worcestershire Royals
Friday 30 May (6.30pm) – Birmingham BearsFriday 6 June (6.30pm) – Yorkshire Vikings
Friday 13 June (6.30pm) – Leicestershire FoxesFriday 20 June (6.30pm) – Northants Steelbacks
Friday 18 July (6.30pm) – Derbyshire FalconsThursday 24 July (6.30pm) – Durham Dynamos
For more information, please contact LCCC Communications Manager Paul Holliday on 07866 562998