The Club is advising Members and Six Pack Ticket holders to arrive early for Friday’s East Midlands derby with Nottinghamshire Outlaws to ensure their entrance after a surge in advanced ticket sales for the Friends Life t20 match.
In the wake of the recent seven-wicket victory over Lancashire Lightning, the Club has seen unprecedented high demand for tickets for the fixture against David Hussey’s Outlaws on Friday; 7pm start.
Members and Six Pack Ticket holders are being advised to arrive early to guarantee their entry to the ground.
A specific number of tickets have been held back to ensure entry for the projected number of Members and Six Pack Ticket holders attending the game, but the only way to guarantee entrance is by arriving with plenty of time in hand.
Gates will open half an hour early at 5pm and refreshments will be available throughout the evening.
The capacity of the County Ground is 4,999 and – with health and safety a top priority – nobody will be admitted to the ground once capacity is met.
All those attending the fixture are advised to arrive at the ground as early as possible to avoid congestion. Gates will be open at the County Ground half an hour early from 4pm.
Look out for the new one way system which will aid efficient flow of traffic into the ground with ground access via Pentagon Roundabout only. Car Parking, which is available on a first come first served basis, will be paid separately to match tickets upon entry to the ground.
Off site pay and display car parking is available, priced at £3, in the Cattle Market Car Park on Chequers Road, situated off Pentagon Roundabout (first exit if entering from Brian Clough Way).
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