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Don’t miss the Lowcountry Highrollers' Blood Bath & Beyond: a rematch against the Charlotte Roller Girls on Saturday, August 27th at The Citadel's McAlister Field House.
The Highrollers are going to try and keep their perfect record for the season and the Charlotte Roller Girls are out for revenge.
Derby fans - this is a bout where you’ll find all the hard-hitting, hip-checking, fishnet-flavored fun you can handle for just $10. Doors open at 4 p.m. and The Bruisin’ Betties B-teams kicks off the action at 5 p.m. Immediately following the Betties will be the major Blood Bath featuring the Lowcountry Highroller All-Stars.
Per usual, fans can enjoy beer, music spun by DJ Cassidy & the Kid and fun for the kiddies including face painting and a chance to push their favorite skaters. Keep partying afterward at the Music Farm at 32 Ann Street.
Bout admission is $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Children 10 and younger get in free. A portion of proceeds will benefit Teachers’ Supply Closet, a local group that provides free school supplies for teachers to use in their classrooms. Get $1 off bout admission (or a free raffle ticket for advance ticket-holders) by donating school supplies.
You can buy advance tickets from any roller girl, East West Health Arts and Hot Wheels on James Island; Mama Q’s Kitchen on Johns Island; Red’s Icehouse in Mount Pleasant; City Lights Coffee, Rogue Wave Surf Shop and the Recovery Room downtown; Tin Roof in West Ashley; EVO Pizzeria in North Charleston; Two Keys Tavern in Goose Creek; or just go ahead and get 'em online. Now you can buy VIP tickets online, too, for $40.