There will be seven home T20s in total this season, with one played at the Cheltenham Ground as part of the festival. Tickets are priced at £20 for adults and just £3 for ages 18 and under, when purchased in advance.
The club has set a special offer for the match against Surrey on Wednesday 6 July. For a limited time only, the first 1000 tickets sold for this fixture are half price, that’s only £10 for adults!
Advance purchasers can also benefit from great savings that can be made for groups of 5 or more, with prices from just £10 per person.
This season the club has developed a new pricing structure for families, making attending matches more accessible for a variety of family groups. Family packages can be purchased for one or two adults, with up to four junior tickets, with prices starting at just £22.
The best way to purchase tickets is online, where customers are not charged any additional booking fees.
CEO Will Brown said, “2015 was a hugely successful season for Gloucestershire Cricket with a trophy-winning run in the Royal London One Day Cup and record attendances in T20 cricket. With three sell-out T20 fixtures in 2015, we are encouraging supporters to buy tickets early for 2016.
We have one of the best T20 players in the world in Michael Klinger, who will be back to Bristol this season and who is bringing with him Perth Scorchers teammate Andrew Tye, the latest T20 superstar who has been recently capped by Australia. Seeing Michael and Andrew and the rest of Gloucestershire’s exciting squad doing battle with the world’s best players such as Chris Gayle and Aaron Finch are sure to make for some of the sporting highlights of the summer.
T20 is all about the event, it’s big hitting, face paced cricket with music and crowd participation and with Bristol matches starting at 6:30 under the Bristol County Ground’s new permanent floodlights there is set to be a new level of atmosphere and excitement.”
Home NatWest T20 Blast matches:
- Gloucestershire v Sussex – Friday 20 May – 6.30pm
- Gloucestershire v Glamorgan – Friday 10 June – 6.30pm
- Gloucestershire v Somerset – Friday 17 June – 6.30pm
- Gloucestershire v Surrey – Wednesday 6 July – 6.30pm
- Gloucestershire v Kent – Friday 8 July – 6.30pm
- Gloucestershire v Essex – Sunday 17 July (Cheltenham Cricket Festival) 2.30pm
- Gloucestershire v Middlesex – Friday 29 July – 6.30pm