Warwickshire’s first home Twenty20 game outside of Edgbaston since 2005 will be a sell-out, the club have confirmed.
The Bears host Glamorgan on Saturday at Rugby School and a capacity crowd of 3,000 spectators will be in attendance.
Warwickshire director of cricket Dougie Brown said: “All members of the playing and coaching team are excited about Saturday's match at Rugby School; the facilities are excellent and it's a venue we've been using for several years for Second XI and Development of Excellence Matches.
“We've been working incredibly hard at our t20 skills and scenario training for the last few weeks and we're looking forward to the challenge ahead and doing our utmost to qualify for finals day in front of our home crowd at Edgbaston.”
Tickets for the Bears' four remaining Friends Life t20 group games at Edgbaston are priced at £15 in advance for adults or £20 on the gate, with juniors priced at £5 at all times.
Additionally, supporters can take advantage of the £25 Double Whammy deal, which includes an adult ticket for the Bears' Friends Life t20 local derby against Worcestershire at Edgbaston on July 26 and any other t20 home match in 2013.
For more information, visit www.edgbaston.com, call the 24-hour ticket hotline on 0844 847 1902 or visit Warwickshire’s club shop.