A-List: Old Capitol City Roller Girls Host First Responders Appreciation Night Sat. March 9

rollerskatesOld Capitol City All-Stars vs Fargo Moorhead Northern Pains
Saturday, March 9
7 p.m. (doors at 6:15)

The Old Capitol City Roller Girls are back in action! Roll on down to the Coralville Marriott Convention Center as the All-Stars host the Northern Pains from the Fargo Moorhead Derby Girls of North Dakota. Get rowdy with the whole family with kids activities, adult beverages and a full merchandise booth—complete with items handmade with love (and a little attitude) by the roller girls themselves.

The opening bout honors firefighters, police and EMS with First Responders Appreciation night. Hometown heroes will receive a discounted $8 ticket price at the door. Throw back a couple with the elbow-throwin’ ladies at their new after party location, Back Pocket Brewery (located next door to the Convention Center).

Advance tickets are available at New Pioneer Co-op, Crossroads Tattoo, or online at Brown Paper Tickets for $10. Admission at the door is $13 for adults. Children 10 and under get in free.

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a free pair of tickets!

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