Alesana has scored more than 60 tries in 150 appearances for the club and is approaching the end of his eighth season with the club. He has been part of three Premiership and two Anglo-Welsh Cup-winning squads with Tigers but has announced he will be moving to play in Japan at the end of this season.
Welford Road will host a dinner for Alesana, organised by his brother Freddie, on Tuesday, May 15 in true Tuilagi style.
Brothers Freddie, Henry and Manu will be attending and there will be a number of Samoan traditions, including firedancing on the pitch with pre-dinner drinks and the famous war dance during dinner.
Plus you will have the chance to hear from players and coaches who have worked with Tuilagi during his time at Tigers.
Geordan Murphy and the current first-team squad will be taking part too.
The dinner includes four-course meal with wine and places are available now at £69 + VAT. Book your place now by contacting Victoria Noah on 0116 2171 294 or email [email protected]