Dead Girl Derby to Play Season 4 at Hale Arena

Press Release Contact: Aaron Bean aaronbean@deadgirlderby.com 816-216-8396

Dead Girl Derby (DGD) is back for our fourth season of roller derby. In Season 4, we are making some big changes. For the last two years, DGD has grown and taken on so many new fans and skaters that we needed a bigger venue. In 2013, we will be skating games in Kansas City's rodeo/BBQ capital, Hale Arena. The first six bouts will be held at Hale Arena, a 5,000-seat multi-purpose arena. Our final championship bout will be held next door in Kemper Arena.

This coming season we aren't just improving our venue, we will be upping the level of roller derby being played. With our fast-paced, hard-hitting, Modern Athletic Derby Endeavor (MADE) rule set, DGD promises to leave new fans coming back for more. Not only that, but we are now holding our bouts on Saturdays instead of Sunday nights.

2013 Dead Girl Derby Schedule February 16 March 9 April 13 June 22 July 27 August 17 September 21 – Championship Game (Kemper Arena)

This Is Dead Girl Derby!

Additional info about games, ticketing and much more will be released in the new year. For more information on Dead Girl Derby, please check our website and follow us one any of our many social networks.

www.deadgirlderby.com www.facebook.com/deadgirlderby www.twitter.com/KCDeadGirlDerby

Dec. 19, 2012 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

To our users and readers

Press Release Central has moved to a new server. What does this mean for you? Releases posted prior to March 1, 2012 have gone away, as has your old account registration info. Everyone will need to re-register for an account. We apologize for this inconvenience.




Want your event in our calendar?

Would you like your event published in The Kansas City Star? We’d be glad to consider it.

Enter your event

.

About Press Release Central

Press Release Central is Kansas City’s largest community site for press releases announcing news of all kinds: business, entertainment, sports and more. Releases stay for an extended period, so messages live a long life. And if you’re hunting for tips or information, just search to find news, names and subjects you might have missed.