On Saturday the Blues travel to High Wycombe for our Amlin Challenge Cup semi final and there's plenty to entertain the fans at the Buckinghamshire ground.
As well as a supporter's village with food and refreshment outlets, the Heineken Cup clash between French giants Toulouse and reigning cup holders Leinster will be shown on the big screens. There will also be live music from a DJ before the game and a live band in the marquee afterwards.
Parking and travel advice for the ground can be found online at the Wasps website using the below link.
Alternitvely, CBSC are running official trips and further information can be found at;
Tickets for this massive match are still available from the ticket office, online at www.cardiffblues.com/tickets by phone on 0845 345 1400. So far nearly 1,000 tickets have been snapped up by Blues fans. Tickets will be on sale until 3pm on Wednesday 28th April.
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