POSH nosh will replace traditional half-time pies when Elton John and Lulu play the Galpharm Stadium.
Customers choosing to watch this summer's spectacular pop concert from the stadium hospitality boxes can expect to dine in style.
And others watching the event from the stands and temporary seating on the pitch will be able to opt for a glass of wine and a panini instead of a pie and a pint.
Head chef Andy Ringrose is preparing a mouth-watering, three-course buffet meal for customers taking concert hospitality packages.
Starters include prosciutto with mozzarella, figs and tapenade; grilled garlic prawns; and vegetable dim sum with hoisin dipping sauce.
Main courses include South American braised beef steak with peppers and bourbon sauce; mushroom and lemon risotto; and grilled asparagus and Mediterranean tartlet.
The third course is chocolate dessert with warm berry compote and marshmallows. Prices for the hospitality deals range from £2,200 plus VAT for 10 people enjoying the top-of-the-range Platinum Box Package to £150 per person for the Silver Package.
Stadium staff who are busy marketing the hospitality packages got a chance to sample the dishes prepared by Mr Ringrose and his kitchen team.
Stadium spokeswoman Jaine Binns said: "The food is first-class - and by trying it ourselves we can better inform potential customers about what's on offer."
She added: "We have had a lot of interest in the hospitality packages."
Gareth Hardcastle, the stadium's catering manager, is in charge of feeding the thousands of concert-goers at the event on Friday, June 3.
"We will have about 170 catering staff on duty," he said. "There will be 120 working in the public areas and about 50 in the hospitality boxes."
Compass, the company in charge of catering at the stadium, will draft in staff from its catering operations at Liverpool's Anfield Stadium and the KC Stadium in Hull.
A team of 10 chefs will prepare the food.
Kiosks dotted about the ground will serve beer, hotdogs and burgers - as well as pizza, panini and wine.
Mr Hardcastle said: "We have done a number of concerts at the Galpharm, so we have developed a way of doing things.
"It's the first time we have had seating on the pitch, though, so we will have to tweak things a little."
He added: "The staff are looking forward to it. They like doing the concerts because it is so different to the day-to-day work and it has a completely different atmosphere to matchdays."
Mr Hardcastle said his team faced a busy weekend.
Following the concert on Friday they will cater for Greenhead College's summer ball for 400 guests on Saturday - before feeding the fans at Sunday's Super League clash between Huddersfield Giants and Warrington Wolves.
Among the dishes on offer are:
Prosciutto ham with mozzarella, figs and tapenade
Grilled garlic prawns
Vegetable dim sum with hoisin dipping sauce.
South American braised beef steak with peppers and bourbon sauce
Mushroom and lemon risotto
Grilled asparagus and Mediterranean tartlet
Chocolate dessert with warm berry compote and marshmallows