Get down early ahead of the crucial final fixture to enjoy live music at Adams Park this weekend.Gareth Ainsworth's Chairboys take on Cambridge United at 5.30pm with the winner hoping to reach the League 2 play-offs if other results go in their favour.
As part of the build-up to the game, Wanderers have teamed up with Heineken to present a mini festival in the car park, with live music from Jon Auer, Tony Goff and a DJ set from Charlotte Hatherley.
Gates open at 12.30pm with the bar open and food available throughout the afternoon before fans enter the stadium in time for kick-off at 5.30pm. There is no charge to access the festival, but supporters will of course need to purchase a ticket to watch the match.
Jon Auer is a legend of the indie-pop scene, having combined with Ken Stringfellow to make The Posies, one of the most influential acts of the past 30 years.
Joining Jon to fill the air with eclectic bursts of pretty pop and indie flourishes is Charlotte Hatherley, who burst onto the scene adding harmony and guitar to the three-piece band Ash, before going solo with hits such as Summer and Kim Wilde.
Tony Goff and his band the Broken Colours return to Adams Park having played mini sets on previous matchdays to complete the line-up; come along from 12.30pm onwards for live music, cold beer, fine food and a feast of football!
To buy tickets for the match, call 01494 441118, visit the shop at Adams Park or go online to book. Prices start at £15 for adults and £7 for juniors, but there's a £2 discount on each ticket when you buy before 5pm on Friday.