Monday, 26 May 2008

Heather performs at Grand Slam Party

Heather Small peformed "Proud" and "Moving On Up" at the Welsh Rudby Grand Slam Party Concert on May 26th.

Heather Small is set to perform alongside The Stereophonics and Feeder in two weeks for a free bank holiday concert. The gig, which will take place in the Millennium Stadium (Cardiff), is to celebrate the success of the Welsh Rugby team at the Grand Slam 2008 earlier this year. Tickets are free and were released via Rugby clubs across Wales from Friday 16th May - they sold out in the first 10 minutes.

But there is good news, it will be televised so everyone has a chance to watch!"The hour-long programme will be first screened on S4C on Thursday, 29th May at 8.25pm and shown again on Sunday, 1st June at 7.30pm. The programme will also be available to watch simultaneously on the S4C website.

"The Stereophonics are to perform at a free concert at the Cardiff Millennium Stadium on Bank Holiday Weekend, to help celebrate Wales' Rugby success at the 2008 Grand Slam.Other Welsh artists including Feeder, last year's X Factor runner-up Rhydian Roberts as well as former M People singer Heather Small will also appear at the event alongside the national Welsh Rugby team led by Captain Ryan Jones.The concert will take place on Bank Holiday Monday, May 26, with free tickets being distributed via local rugby clubs across Wales from this Friday (May 16).WRU chief executive Roger Lewis said in a statement today: "This is the opportunity for the supporters to salute the players and coached who delivered so many victories for Wales this past season."We were determined that entry would be free because we want as many people as possible to show their appreciation and we would particularly like to thank each of the many high profile music and entertainment acts that have already shown their support.

"When Wales last won the Grand Slam event in 2005, 20,000 fans were joined by the team and the Prince Charles for a similar party. " -


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