The Raiders are expecting a bumper crowd for Sunday's last regular season home game of the year against the Parramatta Eels.
Current ticket sales are at almost 15,000 for the game, and with two days left of ticket sales the Raiders are hopeful of eclipsing of a crowd of 20,000+ on Sunday.
Currently the form team in the NRL after seven straight wins, the Raiders can guarantee a top-four spot and double chance in the finals with a win on Sunday.
GIO Stadium Canberra and the ACT Government have put in place measures to ensure traffic and parking run smoothly on the day, but the best advice remains to arrive early at the stadium to not miss any of the action.
Gates open at 11.30am with the Raiders U20's in action from 11.45am. There will be heaps happening around the stadium in the lead up to the main game, including kids activities on the East and West, a performance by the Australian Federal Guard Drill team and a local schools dance spectacular.
See all the key timings for activities on the day below.
To avoid the hassle of driving and parking, ACTION Buses will have free shuttles running from all major bus stations to the stadium. CLICK HERE for more information and to see the timetable.
For more information on everything that is happening at Sunday's game see the game day guide.