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Joel Osborne

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Posted Wednesday, November 21st 2018

Bristol Flyers v Worcester Wolves - SOLD OUT

Tickets for Bristol Flyers’ meeting with Worcester Wolves have completely sold out.

Ty Shaw will bring his new-look Wolves to the WISE Campus on Saturday, November 24th, and fans have responded in their hundreds by selling out every ticket once again.

The last remaining tickets were snapped up this morning, meaning every home game at the WISE Campus is now sold out until January.

Fans in attendance will also be treated to a unique performance from the Percussion Theatre performance ensemble.

Percussion Theatre performances consist of freestyle drumming, stick throwing, tricks, dancing and jaw dropping uniformity - all while drumming along to fun well-known top ten hits.

Supporters without tickets are advised not to attend this game to avoid disappointment.

Bristol Flyers have sold out every BBL home game for the rest of 2018 and with the WISE Arena set to be packed out every week for the remainder of the season, the best way of securing your seat is to purchase tickets in advance online.

Tickets are now exclusively on sale to Forever Bristol members for the New Year home games against London City Royals on Friday, January 11th and Cheshire Phoenix on Saturday, January 26th.

Click here to find out more about Forever Bristol membership.

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