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Purchase your Tickets for Special Olympics Opening Ceremony – 8 August

Purchase your Tickets for Special Olympics Opening Ceremony – 8 August

Tickets are now available for the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics Great Britain National Summer Games, which will light up Bramall Lane stadium on 8 August.

It is set to be a spectacular show featuring Spandau Ballet’s Tony Hadley, former World Superbikes champ turned popstar James Toseland – who recorded the official anthem We’ll Stop at Nothing – and entertainment by both disabled and able-bodied performers from Rationale Theatre Company.

Hosting the show are Downton Abbey’s Jim Carter, F1 broadcaster Suzi Perry and football pundit Chris Kamara. An audience of 20,000 people will welcome the athletes to the city.

Tickets start at just £5 and are available from the Sheffield United ticket office
, Tel.(0114 ) 253 7200 – option 1 or in person at the Sheffield United FC Box Office at Bramall Lane.

Visit website for more information on the Games and Opening Ceremony.




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