DodgeBrawl 2018 Event Information

INTRUST Bank Arena is excited to announce the return of DodgeBrawl on July 14. DodgeBrawl is a fun, double-elimination charity 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.” There will be a beer garden and a live DJ will be providing the day’s entertainment.

Registration Information

Early Bird Team Registration: $25/person (through June 1)

  • 6 players: $150
  • 7 players: $175
  • 8 players: $200
  • 9 players: $225
  • 10 players: $250

Regular Team Registration: $35/person (May 26 - July 6)

  • 6 players: $210
  • 7 players: $245
  • 8 players: $280
  • 9 players: $315
  • 10 players: $350

Register here before June 29 to guarantee your Dodegbrawl 2018 t-shirt and registration bag for each player. Teams must pay for a minimum of 6 players within 10 days of registering.

Doors

10:00 a.m. July 14

Concessions

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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