Warriors band to play charity gig
You’ll be aware of their rugby prowess – now Glasgow Warriors will be rocking the stage at a city centre venue in aid of the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity.
Widely acclaimed on social media by the Warrior Nation, the Glasgow Warriors players’ band will be making its debut on Saturday 15 February at Glasgow’s Hard Rock Café.
The Ruck n’ Roll event is to help raise money for the club’s official charity partner and will feature players such as Petrus du Plessis, Callum Gibbins, Lee Jones, Ryan Wilson and Adam Ashe, along with other members of the Warriors squad.
There are only 200 tickets available for this intimate gig and tickets will go on sale at 10am this Friday from Tickets Scotland, priced at £15.
Doors will open at 7pm on the night, with the gig running until 11pm at the Buchanan Street venue. There is a strict 18+ age restriction.
The event is being promoted in conjunction with Shock City Productions, Hard Rock Cafe and Rock Sport Radio.
Speaking to glasgowwarriors.org, Petrus du Plessis, said: “We started the band with the idea in mind to do something for charity.
“With the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity as our official charity partner, it was a no-brainer to put this show on to raise money for them.
“We’ll also be doing some further fundraising on the night with some great prizes on offer.
“We can’t wait to play in front of the Warrior Nation and raise as much money as possible for the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity.”