After performing with Big Boi and Lupe Fiasco, Quakers Hill rapper Miracle will perform at half time this Saturday.
The NRMA Insurance Western Sydney Wanderers are excited to announce Australian rapper Miracle will be performing at half-time of the Sydney Derby on Saturday 11 January 2014.
Miracle, born Samuel Joe Andah, was born in Ghana before his family migrated to Australia, arriving in Melbourne, then Canberra before settling as a family in the Western Sydney suburb of Quakers Hill.
The youngster signed with Sony Music after his HSC assignment and debut song - a streetwise take on Australian Pete Murray-s acoustic ‘Better Dayz- - went viral on Youtube.
Since then he has performed with Australian hip-hop and rapping royalty including Big Boi and Lupe Fiasco on their Australian Tours.
As well as Miracle performing at half time there will be plenty to see and do prior to the match so make sure you get there early and enjoy as much of the action as possible!
Sound Agent DJs and rock group Exit Row will be performing in the precinct to start off the musical experience while small sided games and the EA Sports truck will give kids the chance to have a kick and everyone the opportunity to verse their mates in FIFA.
The NRMA Inflatable Skill Tester and VIP dugout competition will be running outside Pirtek Stadium in the Eastern Car Park where you can sort out the real football talent among your friends and family, as well as face painting to get yourself fully decked-out ahead of the derby.
Subbuteo will also be making an appearance with a mini-tournament where you can re-live childhood memories or even discover a new passion.
There will be entertainment for the children inside the stadium with a Jumping castle and inflatable games activity arena positioned behind the big screen.
On the pitch prior to kick-off fans can enjoy interviews with injured or omitted players and enjoy the unfurling of our giant Western Sydney Wanderers jersey, getting the crowd into full voice before our biggest home match this season.
Make sure you come along early, enjoy the atmosphere and cheer on your Western Sydney Wanderers to their first home victory of 2014.
Members and fans please note that Bays 73 and 77-79 will be alcohol-free for the Sydney Derby.