http://www.manutd.com/en/News-And-F...trafford-to-mark-munich-60th-anniversary.aspx MUNICH 60 YEARS: Old Trafford EVENT DETAILS Manchester United will host a special service at Old Trafford this Tuesday, 6 February, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Munich Air Disaster. The ceremony is open to all supporters wishing to attend, as club staff and special guests, including the families of those who were on board the ill-fated flight, pay their respects to the 23 passengers who lost their lives in 1958. The short service will commence at 2.40pm, with turnstiles at the Lower East Stand open from 1.30pm. A minute’s silence will be held at 3.04pm, marking the time of the fatal crash in 1958, whilst the ceremony will also include readings from club directors Sir Alex Ferguson, Michael Edelson and Ed Woodward. A rendition of Flowers of Manchester will follow the silence, and there will also be a performance from the Manchester United Foundation Youth Choir as well as music from Elliot Brass. Supporters are kindly reminded that the usual security checks will be in operation, including the complimentary bag-drop facility outside the East Stand, with large bags not permitted inside the ground. Once the ceremony starts at 2.40pm, the turnstiles will be closed. However, anybody who arrives after that time will be able to watch a live television feed on a screen outside the stadium, on the forecourt close to the Munich clock. A limited number of parking spaces will be available in the E2 and N3 car parks, on a first come, first serve basis with access from Sir Matt Busby Way via Wharfside Way only. CLUB MEDIA COVERAGE MUTV will broadcast a special live show from 2pm-4pm, covering the service at Old Trafford and featuring footage from the memorial events taking place in Belgrade and Munich. The full day of programmes dedicated to the air disaster will be free to view in the UK and Ireland on Sky channel 418. The two-hour show will later be made available on demand on MUTV.com, again for free, enabling as many fans as possible around the world to see what happened during the service.