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Urban Duo MK1 To Play At Cup Final

3 October 2013

Urban act MK1 are to perform at The FA WSL Continental Cup Final this Friday 4th October, between Arsenal and Lincoln at The Hive, Barnet FC (KO 7.30pm).

The duo Charlie Rundle and Simeon ‘Sim’ Dixon, recently shot to fame on The X Factor, when they became the first urban based group to secure a place in the finals.

The London based singer-songwriters-rappers have now hit the music scene in a big way following the release of their debut single Let Go and have over 100,000 followers on Twitter. 

Their appearance at The FA WSL Continental Cup Final, along with a spectacular feast of women’s football, will make it an event not to be missed.

Band member Charlie said: ‘It is an honour to be playing at this prestigious cup final. We are massive football fans, so it is great for us to be involved in such an important match.  

For us it’s all about entertaining the fans and making sure they have a great evening listening to our music and seeing top class football.’

The band members will also be mingling at the FREE interactive fanzone, brought by Continental Tyres which takes place outside the stadium from 5.30pm, along with Charlotte Lade, one of the world’s leading professional football freestylers, who will be showing off her amazing football tricks and skills.
 
Interactive games include batak boards, a speed cage, a target shoot inflatable plus a new trailer that houses digital stations and the FA WSL trophy, Cyprus Cup and FA WSL Continental Cup. 

To add to the festival atmosphere, there will be hair braiding and face painting and fans can also meet their FA WSL heroes, as Sophie Barker and Lille Billison from Lincoln, will be in attendance to meet and greet the youngsters. 

The loveable FA WSL mascot Berry the bear and Barnet’s Mr Bumble will also be present and staff from Middlesex FA will be on hand to provide information on local football opportunities. 

With tickets still available and only costing £5 for an adult and £2.50 for children and concessions, it promises to be a fantastic evening of music entertainment and top class women’s football at an affordable price.

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