PRE-GAME entertainment, Premier League football, upgraded concourses and a post-match bar - there's so much to enjoy at The Hawthorns when Stoke City visit this Sunday.
Extra traffic congestion on the approaches to the stadium makes it even more advisable for fans to make extra time for their journey - so why not arrive early and join us in the Carling Fanzone.
It will be open from 11am ahead of the 1.30pm kick-off with the regular busy schedule, including two half-hour sets from 2Tone Revue as well as legend Ally Robertson appearing as a special guest on the stage at around midday.
The usual food outlets including Greggs will make sure you don't go hungry, and there's also lots to keep all those energetic young Baggies busy ahead of the second home match of the season.
A Bungee Run kids inflatable and a visit from Baggie Bird and Albi will help take you right up to kick off - but there's plenty to look forward to after the game as well.
Following the full-time whistle, why not let the traffic ease and join your fellow fans at the Carling Late Bar which will again available on the East Stand concourse.
New giant screens will be showing the live TV clash between Liverpool and Arsenal.
To access the Carling Late Bar, you will need your match ticket to gain entry via F block, adjacent to the Stadium Megastore. There will be food and refreshments available as well as the chance to watch the later Premier League matches on the new-and-improved concourse TVs.
The bar will close at 4.30pm with the area closing 15 minutes later at 4.45pm.
Both the concourses and the catering have had an upgrade during the summer, and the new range of food and refreshments on sale were a hit amongst fans in our season opener against Bournemouth a fortnight ago.
So come earlier, leave later and dodge that traffic – we've got you covered as the Baggies look to continue their fantastic start to the new campaign.