Saturday, January 13 - A Roller Derby Skate of Mind
The Minnesota RollerGirls (MNRG) will host their fourth bout of Season 14 on Saturday, January 13 at 7 p.m. Kick off 2018 by watching the Garda Belts take on the Dagger Dolls and the Rockits battle with the Atomic Bombshells. This month we are partnering with Shoe Away Hunger, the National Eagle Center and longtime partner, the Ann Bancroft Foundation. Please visit our website to learn which items can be donated for a $2 ticket discount.
Doors open at 6 p.m. The first 200 fans to arrive will receive a limited edition t-shirt. Get there early for a pre-show featuring the Minnesota Special Olympics Poly Hockey Team and head down to the track at half-time for a live performance by The Toxenes. After the bout, join the Minnesota RollerGirls for the official after party at Camp Bar in Saint Paul.
Trackside Seating: Seating on the floor, no chair, right next to the track. Everyone must be 18+ to sit trackside. No kids on laps, no exceptions. Trackside tickets are only available through the Roy Wilkins Auditorium Box Office.
Reserved Seating: Access to reserved seating areas on the ground-floor level. Kids 2 and under free with an adult ticket. Must sit on parent’s lap. Kids 3 and older require a purchased ticket.
First Floor & Balcony Seats: Entrance to ground-floor level chair seating or standing plus access to the balcony. Balcony seats are for balcony only except for half-time. Kids 9 and under free with an adult ticket.
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Bag Policy: To provide a safer environment and significantly expedite guest entry, Roy Wilkins Auditorium encourages you to not bring a bag to an event or to limit the size of bag that you bring. We suggest clear totes (plastic, vinyl or PVC) which do not exceed 12" x 6" x 12", gallon size plastic storage bags or small bags or clutch purses no larger than 4.5" x 6.5". Oversized bags and backpacks are prohibited. Roy Wilkins Auditorium Bag Policy - Dimensions and Examples
The Minnesota RollerGirls are founding members of the Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA). All participants are unpaid amateurs. There are four home teams, the Atomic Bombshells, Dagger Dolls, Garda Belts and Rockits, that do battle every season to win the coveted Golden Skate trophy. The Minnesota RollerGirls league was founded by the Donnelly sisters in August 2004 and was one of the first modern roller derby leagues to host a public bout. The Minnesota RollerGirls were the first league in the country to have a professional arena for practices and bouts.
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