Duelbits Tour Championship: The Fan Experience
Fans coming to this month’s Duelbits Tour Championship at the Bonus Arena in Hull can enjoy much more than just watching the world’s best players battle for the title on the green baize.
The event will run from March 27 to April 2 and will take place in Hull for the first time. Televised live by ITV, the tournament features an elite field of the top eight players from the one-year ranking list. Already qualified are Mark Allen, Shaun Murphy, Ali Carter, Kyren Wilson and Ryan Day, while the other three spots will be confirmed after the WST Classic which finishes on March 22.
Tickets for the Duelbits Tour Championship are still on sale now and start at just £22 – fans must book now as certain sessions will be sold out. For details click here.
Before the matches start, fans can enjoy free coaching for players of all ages and abilities. Official WPBSA coaches will help fans to learn how to play snooker, improve their skills or enjoy fun games on an official table.
There will also be food options available to fans in the foyer, as well as coffee and bar service.
What’s On In Hull?
If you have never been to the city before, you may not know…
Hull has a fantastic collection of art galleries, including the Ferens Art Gallery which is home to works by artists such as Frans Hals and David Hockney and hosted the Turner Prize in 2017, as well as the Humber Street Gallery, a contemporary art space located at the heart of the Fruit Market, originally opened during Hull’s year as UK City of Culture in 2017.
The Deep is an award-winning aquarium, ideal for families, where you can see sharks, stingrays, sea turtles, penguins and much more during a journey through prehistoric seas, into the vast open oceans and down to the darkest depths.
At Hotham’s Gin School & Distillery, you can learn all about the history of gin, drink the odd G&T and walk away with your own unique bottle of the stuff.
Take a guided walking tour around the city to see its best-loved and most beautiful sights as well as its hidden treasures, from the picturesque Prince Street to the hidden Truelove sculptures.
Read all about these attractions and more here.
And if you need a place to stay, check out a range of hotels here, as well as the best places to eat and drink here.
We hope to see you in Hull!