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Mad Rollin’ Dolls Season 14 Championships
April 28 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree – $15
This Event: May be of interest to the LGBTQ community
Mad Rollin’ Dolls present our Season 14 Championships–”Space (Pants) Jam”–on April 28, 2018. It’s the last game of the season and it’s going to be out of this world!
Doors at the Alliant Energy Center Exhibition Hall will open at 5 p.m., and the action starts at 6 p.m. with the Vaudeville Vixens going up against the Reservoir Dolls in a grudge match for 3rd place. Then, in a game that will attract denizens from this galaxy and the next, the Unholy Rollers and the Bad (Quad) Squad will battle to see who gets to take home the Championship trophy. Will the Bad Squad hold onto it for a third year in a row, or will Unholies notch their first title win since 2010? You can bet it will be a game for the ages!
After a stellar first 14 years, Mad Rollin’ Dolls will also be making a BIG announcement regarding a change to the name of the league. Be sure to be in attendance to hear it first!
Follow MRD on social media to stay up to date on those big changes and about some seriously cool events taking place over the summer! On Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @madrollindolls.
Tickets for the Championship double header are $10 in advance if bought at one of our ticket outlets in Madison: Willy St. Co-op (all locations**), Pegasus Games, Mr. Rudd’s Barbershop (Sun Prairie), and 608 Skate (inside Fast Forward Skate Center).
Online ticket pre-sales are $12 for adults, $6 for children ages 6-11 (under 6 are always FREE).
Tickets at the door are $15.
Don’t forget! Military, senior (55+), student discount at the door with valid ID; price at door $12.
A portion of the proceeds from this bout will go to benefit Indigenous Girls Rock Camp.
AFTERPARTY at Tavernakaya.
Photo credit: Dutcher Photography
It is the mission of Mad Rollin’ Dolls, Inc. to provide a safe, inclusionary space to foster the development of a competitive women’s flat track roller derby athletic program, build leadership skills through volunteer opportunities, and make a positive impact in our community by serving as role models for our peers and future generations.