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  • Dens Park Family Fun Day – April 15th

    • By UWTB1893
    • 14th April 2017, 9:11 am
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    There is still time for fans to purchase tickets at our very special price for the Dens Park Family Fun Day, taking place at the Dundee vs. Hamilton Accies match this Saturday, 15th April.

    Entry for the Bob Shankly Stand for this fixture is priced at just £10 for an adult and under 16 ticket. While 2 adults and up to 6 children will be able to gain access for just £20. Entry will be via ticket only.

    The doors for the Shankly Stand will open at 1.30pm and we will have a number of pre match activities in the concourse and in the stand in the build up to the match for our young supporters.

    The Junior Dees, DFC Direct and DFC in the Community will all be represented and we have also partnered up with Hornes Carnival.

    In addition, Deewok has called in some friends with OCH Bear from the Old Course and Dennis the Menace making an appearance. As well as heading round the stand to have their photos taken you can also look out for these three taking part in mascot race at half time

    We will also have face painting in the stand and the chance to have your photo taken with Oor Bobby as well as a number of giveaways throughout.

    Supporters who have season tickets will be able to exchange their usual seats for tickets in the Shankly in the ticket office.

    For full details on buying or exchanging tickets, please contact the Ticket Office directly on 01382 767039 or visit the desk inside Dundee Direct.

    Tickets are available to purchase online now – click here

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