24,000 Tickets Sold For Community Day

Community Day

Over 24,000 tickets have now been sold for Easter Monday’s upcoming Community Day when Wanderers will take on Reading in Sky Bet League One. 

With tickets available for just £10 for adults and £5 for concessions, thousands of Wanderers are making the most of what’s set to be a great family day out at the Toughsheet Community Stadium. 

A reminder that the Community Day also coincides with our annual Unity Festival that will take place in the Boxoso Premier Suite ahead of kick-off. 


Open between 11am and 3pm, supporters will find a ‘marketplace’ of over 30 stalls and planned activities hosted by voluntary and community organisations and services from across Bolton. 

Activities include African drumming workshops, a Brazilian group performance, a photography exhibition celebrating female Wanderers fans by local photographer Debs Parr, dance performances from an Irish dance school and Bolton Council's Play and Youth Service will be providing activities and games for young people.

In addition, a parade, led by Bolton Caledonia Pipe Band and joined by Lofty the Lion and dance performers, will make its way around the exterior of stadium at 12pm, 1pm and 2pm. 

Community Day

Tickets remain available to purchase online here. A reminder that the South Stand lower is now also open to home supporters. 

Supporters can also buy via the Ticket Office phone lines by calling 01204 328 888 or by visiting in person.

All seats purchased online or via the phone lines will be sent, via email, as ‘Print at Home’/Digital tickets. Tickets can then either be printed off via the attached PDF or downloaded to Apple Wallet for iPhone users or Google Wallet for Android users.

A reminder of Ticket Officer Easter opening hours are as follows: 

Easter Sunday: Closed

Monday 1st April (Reading (H)): 10.00am – Kick-Off

With the Ticket Office closed on Easter Sunday, we encourage supporters to buy online where possible. 

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