Spring is right around the corner. We can feel it. And you know what spring in Indiana means, right? Tornado season. Speaking of, on March 24, NRG's Warning Belles and Tornado Sirens take on the Dutchland Rollers from Pennsylvania. NRG took home not one, but two wins at our last double-header in January. Are we ready to do it again? All signs point to yes.
The Tornado Sirens, along with the Warning Belles and Naptown's Third Alarm are all competing teams for Indianapolis' own Naptown Roller Girls. NRG is a group of awesome gals from Indianapolis, Indiana who want to do one thing: SKATE.
Warning Belles vs. Dutchland Rollers B team at 5:30pm and the Tornado Sirens play at 7:30pm.
Our fast and fabulous ladies have collected bruises, torn tendons, dislocated ankles and broken bones to bring roller derby to the Indianapolis area. We've been dedicated to skating, practicing, falling on our asses and getting back up to bring you action-packed bouts. For more information, head to www.naptownrollergirls.com.
What is roller derby?
Roller derby consists of two teams of five skaters each on the track. Each team has one scoring player called a jammer, who starts at the back and wears a star on her helmet. The rest of the skaters are called blockers, and they form a pack. The blockers get a head start on the jammers when the first whistle is blown; the jammers start sprinting at the sound of the second whistle. The jammers have to get through the pack and back around another lap before they can start scoring. On their second and future trips through, they get a point for every opponent they pass. Everyone else tries to stop the other teams' jammer from passing while helping their own jammer through. The team with the most points at the end of the bout wins.
What this means for you? Fun, action and excitement!
WARNING: Ticket holder assumes all risk incidental to the game of roller derby whether occurring prior to, during, or after the bout. Including (but not exclusively) the danger of being injured by or in connection with any participant of the bout. Holder agrees The Naptown Roller Girls are not liable for any resulting injuries.
All bouts are general admission. Seats are on a first come first serve basis. Doors open at 5:00pm, first bout starts at 5:30pm. Schedule subject to change.
Note: Indiana State Fairgrounds PEPSI COLISEUM Tickets are $12 (presale online) or $17 CASH at door. Children under the age of 6 get in free, and children ages 7-12 can get tickets at the door for $10 each. Military Discount tickets are $8 CASH at the door only with valid ID (limit 2 per ID). Our bouts our very loud, and our fans are very excited. If you have small children who do not tolerate noise - this may not be the best place for them.
ALL ONLINE PRESALE TICKETS END AT MIDNIGHT THE FRIDAY NIGHT BEFORE THE BOUT.
Pepsi Coliseum (View)
1202 E. 38th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46205
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|