Important information to help you Bring the Noise

Thursday 20 November 2014 Written by: Adam

As Newcastle Falcons prepare to welcome a big crowd to Kingston Park for tomorrow’s Bring the Noise game against Gloucester, the club has some important information for anyone attending that game.

All fans planning on driving to Kingston Park for tomorrow’s match should bear in mind that on-site parking will be limited for anyone who has not already purchased their ticket or is not the holder of a seasonal parking pass. The club will be offering limited additional parking in association with Kingston Park Primary School, which is a short walk from the stadium. However, fans are advised to use public transport to get to and from the game wherever possible.

Fans attending the game are encouraged to arrive early to take advantage of the full range of entertainment on offer from Newcastle Falcons…

Kicking off at 5.15pm, the first game of the evening will see Yarm School take on Newcastle School for boys, offering fans a chance to see a number of the Falcons Junior Academy players in action.

Meanwhile you can take advantage of reduced price drinks in bars throughout the stadiums during our 6.30 – 7.30pm happy hour, including a one match only special offer available on pints of Fosters for £3!

For those looking for something to fuel up before they Bring the Noise, the club will also be offering a special meal deal of hot dog, fries and a soft drink for £5 or the hot special of curry and rice or chips for £4!

Then it’s time to start Bringing the Noise for the night’s main event. Don’t forget that Newcastle Falcons is looking to set a record for the world’s loudest club rugby crowd. With official verification on hand from Newcastle City Council, the club will be encouraging you to sing, shout, cheer and clap to help us reach that target, and will also be handing out a limited supply of Aviva Thunder sticks to fans to help you Bring even more noise!

Tomorrow’s game will also see the return of a Falcons’ legend in the form of the East Terrace hot tub – for which the club is still taking entries, contact for information – alongside a big screen which will show a live feed of the game as well as helping you to Bring the Noise.

Half time will see more school’s rugby and a mascot race which will see Flash the Falcon line up alongside Greggs’ Hope the Bear, Last Night of Freedom’s pink gorilla and a number of other mascots.

Finally, for those who want to keep partying until late, Kingston Park will play host to the North East’s number one Elvis impersonator Mike Memphis in the West Stand concourse bar after the game!

Tickets for tomorrow’s match are still available, starting from only £15 for adults and £7.50 for juniors. For more information click [here][1], visit the Falcons’ East Stand Club Shop or call the club’s 24 hour Ticket Hotline on 0871 226 6060.