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2020 Season Opener – Hotrod Honeys vs Hell Marys
February 22, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm$5 – $13
Our 1st game of the 2020 season is almost here!
Come join the Texas Rollergirls and see who comes out victorious in this bout, which is sure to be a hard hitting rematch of last year’s Championship bout.
Doors open at 5pm
Bout starts at 6pm
General admission – $13
General admission kids (ages 6-12) – $5
Kids 5 and under – Always free! But must reserve tickets!
Tickets AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY!
**SEASON PASSES AVAILABLE**
Get entry into all six bouts at a discounted rate and 10% off all TXRG MECH DURING GAMES!
Adult pass – $65
Kids (6-12) pass – $32.50
There are 90 parking spaces are available in front of the facility, but are limited and fill up fast. There is no idling or waiting in the parking lot. If you are waiting to pick up someone you can park somewhere off the property and have the person call you when ready for pick up. Overflow parking is available on some of the side streets please follow the street signs as towing is enforced. There is paid to park at St. Edward’s Parking Garage please follow the directions for paid parking posted at St. Edward’s.
Concession and Refreshments
Sports concessions are sold during the bouts as well as beer and wine. Please do not bring outside food or drink to the games. Tailgating in the parking lot before the game, however, is allowed and encouraged! Or join us at the afterparty!
Austin Sports Center is a fully ADA accessible building, with elevators, accessible bathrooms, ADA parking. Please let us know at the door if you need help finding a place to watch the game. We will be more than happy to help.
Meet the skaters
One of the best things about roller derby is how accessible the athletes are – we really love talking to our fans! Please feel free to flag us down when you see us roll past, or come by the autograph table by the front door. We’ll sign autographs, take photos, shake hands, kiss babies – most reasonable requests are entertained!
What’s going on?
Roller derby is a full-contact sport and the action on the track is fast, so sometimes things can get confusing! On the day, we’ll keep you informed with information in your program and our professional announcers – or make a new friend and ask your neighbor or a passing rollergirl to help you figure out what just happened.