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Dead End Derby Presents: Night of the Rolling Dead

Dead End Derby Presents: Night of the Rolling Dead

Darkness falls across the track
The bouting hour is close at hand
Skaters roll in search of blood
To terrorise the neighbourhood
And whosoever shall be found
Without the soul for getting round
Must stand and face the hounds of hell
And rot inside a corpse's shell
The foulest stench is in the air
The funk of sweaty skaters gear
And grizzly girls from every tomb
Are rolling in to seal their doom
And each team will fight to stay alive
The crowd will start to shiver
For no mere mortal can resist
The evil of the thriller

Dead End Derby Roller Girls are proud to present our last exhibition bout for our 2015 season Night of The Rolling Dead: Vampires Vs Zombies

It’s time to get your skates on derby fans…Come for the action, the costumes, the hard hits!

This Halloween the DEAD END DERBY ROLLERGIRLS will thrill you with all the live roller derby action as two equally matched teams present a real spine tingler and blood curdler!

Vampire or Zombie? Which side do you choose? Get your creepiest costumes on and get ready to cheer on Team Vampire or Team Zombie.

Will it be a win for the Brain Eaters or will the Blood Suckers be triumphant in the end?? Only the strong will survive this Hallow’s Eve...

Dead End Derby are proud to be supporting White Ribbon New Zealand during our 2015 season and will be donating a percentage of our bout profits to this worthwhile cause.

If you've never been to a Roller Derby bout before this is the game for you! Costumes, fast paced and fun action from the skaters, refs and the crowd.

Doorsales are available and you can bring the whole family along with passes available for just $35 which will get 2 adults and up to 3 kids aged 5-15 in. Preschoolers are free, Adults just $15, Students (with valid ID) $13 and Children aged 5-15 just $5.

Go to www.eventfinda.co.nz and grab a discounted pre-sale ticket including an online special of 4x Adults for $50.

Hot food available to purchase and a licensed bar on site with Delicious Derby specials.

Rated M - Mature Themes. Parental guidance recommended.
Doors opening at 6pm and first whistle at 7pm.

About Roller Derby
One of the world’s fastest growing sports, Roller Derby is a fast paced and played on an oval track. Five players on each team are on the track at a time for up to two minutes. Jammers, identified with a star on their helmets, try to pass the opposing teams blockers to score points for their team.
For a great online video of the basics of Roller Derby check out this link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fbMFy2r-Mb0

Come along and see for yourself! Get caught up in the action of live Roller Derby. Who knows you might even be tempted to join….

Key Event Info
Doors open 6:00pm, first whistle is at7:00pm.
Tickets are available from the door – cash or eftpos. TIcket Prices: Adults: $15, Students $13, Children (5-12 years old) $5, Family Passes (2A up to 3C) $35, Under 5s free.
Food vendors and licensed bar onsite.
DED Merchandise available for purchase.
Raffles and half-time entertainment.
No stiletto heels please - ROAR

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/deadendderby
Mailing List:http://eepurl.com/bf3km1
White Ribbon NZ:http://whiteribbon.org.nz/


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