Mar 21, 2014
What's on at Wembley
It promises to be an action packed day at Wembley Stadium on Saturday afternoon, with a world record crowd expected to watch Saracens face Harlequins in round 17 of the Aviva Premiership, kick-off 15h15.
With a plethora of talent on display on the pitch there is entertainment of equal measure off the pitch. The show starts at 13h45 with Pride in Unity march around the pitch, then Noasis will take to the stage to play some of Oasis’ most popular songs. At 14h10 Marshall King as Elvis starts his set and is followed by Paul Bacon as the Ultimate Elton at 14h40.
As kick-off looms the Rock Choir will then perform at 15h00 before the Match Ball delivery.
The game will then kick-off at 15h15 and after the first forty minutes the half-time show will begin, as Shanay Holmes performs with the Saracens Love to Dance and the Rock Choir before London 2012 Olympic Gold medalist Greg Rutherford takes part in the Catch a million challenge in aid of Sport Relief.
- 13:45 – Pride in Unity
- 13:50 – Noasis
- 14:10 – Marshall King as Elvis
- 14:25 – Shanay Holmes (don’t say Whitney!)
- 14:40 – Paul Bacon as the Ultimate Elton
- 15:00 – Rock Choir
- 15:10 – LPFF Ball delivery
- Half Time – Shanay Holmes with the Dance – Rock Choir – Greg Rutherford Catch a million.