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Red River Roller Derby Season Kickoff

 The Red River Roller Derby 2015 Season is here!

Following a successful 2014 season, Red River Roller Derby is excited to announce the kick off of their 2015 season on Saturday, February 21st! RRRD's Iron Maidens will host LeFlore County's Maidens of Mayhem at their home turf, Maidens' Madhouse  located at 4490 Old Iowa Park Road in Wichita Falls. 


Tickets are just $10 in advance ($5 for children ages 4 to 10), or $15 at the door ($10 kids). The doors open at 6 p.m., with the first whistle at 7!


The action continues throughout the year! Upcoming Red River home games, called bouts in the roller derby world, are scheduled every month through October at the Maidens Madhouse, 4490 Old Iowa Park Road!


Saturday, February 21st vs. LeFlore County Maidens of Mayhem from Poteau, Oklahoma

Saturday, March 7th vs. 580 Rollergirls from Lawton, Oklahoma

Saturday, April 18th vs. Northside Fury from Conroe, Texas

Saturday, April 25th vs. Rocket City from Deer Park, Texas

Saturday, May 2nd vs. Clovis Roller Derby from New Mexico

Saturday, June 27th vs. Randall County Rollergirls from Amarillo, Texas

Saturday, July 11th vs. Brazos Valley Derby Girls from Bryan, Texas

Saturday, August 8th vs. G.R.I.T.S. from Little Rock, Arkansas

Saturday, September 12th vs. Down N Derby from Plainview, Texas

Saturday, October 3rd vs. East Texas Bombers from Tyler, Texas


Season Passes are now available! A pass is good for all 10 home bouts, and is only $60!  Passes and tickets are available from your favorite RRRD Iron Maiden, on the website at www.redriverrollerderby.com, or our Facebook page. Skaters will also be at Jerry's Score Board the Saturday before every bout to answer questions, take photos, give autographs, and sell tickets.


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