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Bands and Dancers

The seven-piece England band play infront of Wembley stadium

Photo: RFU archive


Get your groove on with 70s cover band Lovetrain as they perform in the stands throughout the weekend, they’ll be belting out some disco classics from the era along with other well known songs! Make sure you have your dance moves ready!

Disco Divas and Ascension Eagles

Not only will it be rocking in the stands, our Disco Divas will be strutting their stuff on the pitch and around the ground.  They will be joined on Saturday by the Ascension Eagles stunt cheerleading squad who will be wowing their crowds with their award winning routines!

Following the success of having the Baywatch babes in the stands last year, fans will again have a chance to get up close and personal with the Disco Divas as we will have 20 of them in the stands and around the stadium to really get the disco moves going.

There may even be a moonlighting performance from the famous Twickenham groundsman so look out for them doing the YMCA on the pitch.

A drumming band performing at Twickenham

Photo:RFU archive


Batala will return to the stadium for the third year in a row, they have become huge crowd favourites with their dramatic style and fantastic tunes. 

Batala Liverpool play a unique style of samba originating from Salvador, Brazil and known as Samba-Reggae. They are a community project and currently have over 70 members who perform at events all around the world including the world famous Salvador Carnival. 

The members thoroughly enjoy expressing themselves with the unique rhythms and energetic dance which sets Batala apart and were joined by many of the Kenyan supporters last year.

Check them out this year on pitch and around the stadium creating a storm of rhythms. Join in and let yourself go.