10/19 PNW PILEUP: A Rose City Wreckers Tournament featuring Special Guests! See Schedule below

Doors for All Day at 10am. Final Game at 7pm.

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Join us for the Second Annual PNW Pile Up! Local Teams complete for Roller Derby Glory!

 

Your $25 All Day PASS includes:

11am - Tournament Game 1 (Rose City Wreckers vs. Gorge Roller Derby)

1pm - Tournament Game 2 (Flathead Valley Roller Derby vs. Cherry City Roller Derby)

3pm - Sanctioned WFTDA Game (Tournament Break) Rainy City Roller Derby vs. Storm City Roller Derby

5pm - Tournament Game 3 - Losing teams from games 1 and 2 battle for 3rd place!

7pm - Tournament Game 4 - Winning teams from games 1 and 2 battle for 1st place! Winning Team to Receive a $500 Prize!


$20 3pm to close ticket includes:

3pm - Sanctioned WFTDA Game (Tournament Break) Rainy City Roller Derby vs. Storm City Roller Derby

5pm - Tournament Game 3 - Losing teams from games 1 and 2 battle for 3rd place!

7pm - Tournament Game 4 - Winning teams from games 1 and 2 battle for 1st place! Winning Team to Receive a $500 Prize!

 

 

Interested in group tickets? Check out our Page for details.

Want to win the Trailhead Credit Union Sponsored "Best Seats in the House", including a couch for 2 and drink tickets? Auction goes live on eBay 7 days prior to event. 

Be sure to check out our things to Know Before You Go.

New to Roller Derby?Check out this video from the Women's Flat Track Derby Association!

 

This event will feature opportunities for learning about and joining the NICWA mission, with a "call to action table" hosted by the non-profit.

Every day, Native families in crisis reach out to NICWA (National Indian Child Welfare Association) for help navigating the Indian child welfare system. 

  • NICWA is headquartered in Multnomah County where Native children make up 1.5% of the population yet represent 7.6% of children receiving child welfare services. Native children are overrepresented in the Multnomah County welfare system by 690%; nearly double Oregon’s state-wide average of 350% overrepresentation, the ninth highest rate in the country.
  • NICWA helps social service programs and their staff decrease these numbers by supporting families and communities in accessing services to keep Native children safely in their homes and connected to their culture.