INTRUST Bank Arena is excited to announce the return of DodgeBrawl on July 8. DodgeBrawl is a fun, double-elimination dodgeball tournament, consisting of teams of 6-10 adults (18 and up) playing for a charity/non-profit of their choice. Each winning team’s selected charity/non-profit receives a financial donation on behalf of the tournament.
Compete for a cause with your coworkers for a fun team building experience! Teams will also have the chance to win additional prizes and earn bragging rights through unique contests such as “Best Dressed Team” and “Best Team Name.” A live DJ will be providing the day’s entertainment.
Register early to opt in for a chance to get back at our KAKE Meteorologists in a special match.
Early Bird Team Registration: $25/person (through May 15)
- 6 players: $150
- 7 players: $175
- 8 players: $200
- 9 players: $225
- 10 players: $250
Regular Team Registration: $35/person (May 16 - June 30)
- 6 players: $210
- 7 players: $245
- 8 players: $280
- 9 players: $315
- 10 players: $350
Register here before June 23 to guarantee your Dodegbrawl 2017 t-shirt and registration bag for each player. Teams must pay for a minimum of 6 players within 10 days of registering.
10:00 a.m. July 8
Select food and beverage items will be available for all players and fans to purchase during the tournament. A beer garden will also be open for fans 21+ to enjoy.
Admission and Parking
Fans are encouraged to attend to cheer on their friends and family. Admission and on-site parking to watch the tournament is FREE!
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