A REGGAE rock group from Leigh will be the latest musical performance to entertain Leopards fans at the next home game.

With chairman Derek Beaumont committing to pre-game entertainment at each Leopards game this season, Jeremiah Ferarri will be the latest act to grace the Sports Village temporary stage.

Playing at venues and festivals across the country, the local four-piece have built a loyal following over the past decade with their rock, pop, and reggae-infused tunes.

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Leigh Journal: The Leigh band have played up and down the country over the last decadeThe Leigh band have played up and down the country over the last decade (Image: Jeramiah Ferrari)

The performance will follow previous pre-game entertainers such as The Lottery Winners, T'Pau, and Scouting For Girls.

With the Leopards flying high on their return to the Super League this season, it is hoped that Jeremiah can continue the good feelings in the stadium when Leigh hosts league leaders Warrington on Friday, May 26.

Speaking previously to the League Express, Leopards Chairman Derek Beaumont said: "We are in the entertainment industry and we need to make our matches more entertaining than just a game of rugby.

“When people leave the stadium, even if the result isn’t what they wanted, we want them to think that they attended a good event and they’ll want to come again.

“I’m confident that we will have an evening that everyone will remember for a long time and that will appeal to a wide range of people who want to come and enjoy themselves.”