FLAWLESS IN CARDIFF
Thursday 2nd August 2012, 10:47
Fresh from their UK tour, world street dance champions and Britain's Got Talent favourites Flawless headline the pre-event entertainment at the eagerly anticipated FIM Fogo British Speedway Grand Prix at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium on August 25.
The ten-strong dance group who were described by Simon Cowell as “one of the best things I have ever seen in my life” - shot to fame after appearing on the reality talent show in 2009.
Since their first appearance, Flawless have won numerous awards – progressing from UK street dance champions to international dance champions and then the ultimate, world dance champions, after taking on groups from over 50 nations around the world.
They have also appeared on the big screen in the No.1 smash hit movie StreetDance 3D and can be seen making a return appearance as The Surge in the much anticipated sequel.
Flawless will join a number of acts on the line-up, including CF1 - one of Wales’ top choirs - and also one of the UK’s leading brass bands B.T.M.
This year's event promises to be part of one of the most competitive SGP seasons ever - with four world champions: current title holder Greg Hancock, Jason Crump, Nicki Pedersen and Tomasz Gollob among those battling for vital points to lift the title.
British rider Chris Harris will be looking to repeat his 2007 victorious Cardiff performance as the best riders in the world go full throttle in front of thousands of fans.
Prior to activity in the stadium, the fun will start in the Fanzone on St Mary Street which is open throughout the day – jam packed with activities to keep all the family entertained in the pre-SGP build-up.
Legendary world champion Freddie Williams – known as the flying Welshman and one of Britain’s all-time great riders – is also set make a return to the track to present the winner’s trophy, which will be followed by a spectacular indoor fireworks finale – a suitably explosive finish to what is sure to have been a sparkling display on the track.
Standard tickets from £29
Family tickets from £93
Under 16s / OAP concessions - £19
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