5. Half-time entertainment
Sure, you’ve seen a variety of half-time entertainment at other sporting events…but how many allow you to get in on the action? From parent/child races to the always favorite Chuck-A-Duck, a Charlotte Roller Girls bout is guaranteed to have you in the middle of the fun.
4. Real, hard-hitting action
This isn’t choreographed or scripted drama. A Charlotte Roller Girls bout is real – from the determination of each skater on the track, to the hits by the blockers, and the spins by the jammers. Roller girls spend hours practicing every week in order to make sure their game – and your excitement – are as real and engaging as their hits are hard.
3. Affordable fun for the whole family
Sporting events are expensive. From tickets to concessions to swag, it can be hard for most families to go to sporting events regularly. But with tickets starting at just $12 for adults and $7 for kids, reasonable parking and concessions, and some of the best-priced swag around, a Charlotte Roller Girls bout is easily the best sporting value for you money. And adding to the fun is…
2. Meet you favorite athlete at the game
Charlotte Roller Girls love to sign autographs, take pictures, and give high-5s. From the non-bouting skaters who walk around the arena answering questions, to the fan meet-and-greet on the track after the game, you have the chance to actually spend time with girls that you cheer for. And, let’s not forget the after party which will be held at our sponsor, Pure Pizza. Join us for delicious farm-fresh pizza and beer! Your roller girls love meeting fans and hanging out. (Picture shows skater Poco Loco and one of our super fans, James Beery!)
With a sponsor like Pabst Blue Ribbon, it’s only natural that a Charlotte Roller Girls bout would have some of the coldest, best, and cheapest beer around. Enjoy a great sporting event coupled with a great beer in a family-friendly atmosphere. It’s the very definition of a good time!
Get your tickets now for our March 5 home season opener! Doors open at 4:30pm and the first bout starts at 5pm!
(All photos: Fotobossi Photography)