Taking place at the home game to Accrington Stanley on Easter Monday (18th April), prices for the fixture have been reduced to just £10 for adults and £5 for Over-65s and Under-18s.
Over 20,000 attended the initial Family Day fixture against Rotherham United in September and the hope is to welcome another bumper crowd to the University of Bolton Stadium to support Ian Evatt and his men in the Lancashire derby.
The club’s Family Day initiatives aim to make football as accessible and good value as possible to the entire community.
The Easter Monday Family Day will also coincide with the Bolton Unity Project’s first flagship event, the Bolton Unity Festival. The Bolton Unity Project is an alliance made up of six partner organisations; Bolton Wanderers in the Community, Bolton Solidarity Community Association, Bolton Council of Mosques, Bolton Interfaith Council, Bolton Christian Community Cohesion and the Bolton Hindu Forum.
And on the day of the Stanley game, the Premier Suite at the UniBol and Bolton Wanderers in the Community will host the Bolton Unity Festival from 11am-3pm.
From Indian delicacies to traditional fish and chips, the festival will allow all attendees to experience the greatness of Bolton’s diversity under one roof. The event will see a cultural explosion of art and music. This will include a display of African Drums, Bollywood Dancing and talented singers coming together to celebrate differences whilst promoting unity and integration.
The entertainment will also see a fantastic procession around the grounds of the stadium being led by a musical band, accompanied by a Chinese dragon procession.
All those attending will have an opportunity to learn more about different faiths, communities and charity organisations through a 'market place' of over 60 communty stalls. The event is free to enter.
We look forward to welcoming you to the University of Bolton Stadium for an exciting day for all the family.