Gloucestershire have announced their home Friends Life t20 match against Somerset is a sell-out, more than a month before the game takes place.
Due to ground development, Bristol will only host two t20 fixtures this summer and there will be a reduced capacity when Marcus Trescothick's side arrive on July 26.
"Demand for this game has been especially high," confirmed Gloucestershire chief executive Tom Richardson.
"Our only other t20 match at Bristol is against Worcestershire on June 30. This is our first home game in the t20 and we hope for a big crowd to help the team get off to a good start.”
The Worcestershire match will be a "family funday" with amusements for children including free coaching and an inflatable obstacle course.
Tickets for that game are available at reduced prices when you buy in advance. Visit www.gloscricket.co.uk for more information and the option to purchase online with no booking fees.