Queen City Roller Derby 2020 Playoffs
Friday 17th Apr, 2020
Buffalo Riverworks359 Ganson Street Buffalo, NY 14222
Queen City Roller Derby is hosting their 2020 Playoffs at Buffalo Riverworks April 17th at 7pm EST. Keep an eye on the games throughout the season to see which teams will face off this year.
If you know you want to see the most intense game of the season already, you can purchase season and individual game tickets can be purchased at http://www.qcrg.net/tickets/ for $15 general admission or $20 for prime seating.
Roller Derby is a competitive, fast-paced, family-friendly sport that is quickly becoming part of Buffalo’s identity, especially when the competition is at its peak for the playoffs! Looking for more information? QCRD is active on Facebook and Twitter! You can also read more about the league at qcrg.net.
All QCRD home games are played at Buffalo Riverworks, a multi-purpose venue located at 359 Ganson St. Buffalo, NY 14203. In addition to roller derby, Buffalo Riverworks houses 3 bars, a restaurant, a brewery, concert venue, covered outdoor ice rinks, and a second-level mezzanine overlooking the roller derby track. QCRD is very excited to be partnering with Buffalo Riverworks to offer a best in class experience to our fans across Western New York.
Doors and will call open one hour before the posted event start time, not sooner. You will not be able to go to your seats until the Will Call office opens. All online ticket purchasers should check in at with Will Call at the Box Office when arriving at the game. Please direct order inquiries to email@example.com.
Online sales close 5 hours before the posted event time. If you've missed the online sales window, tickets will be available at the Riverworks box office starting approximately one hour before the event starts.
The Queen City Roller Derby (QCRD) have had their home in WNY for twelve years and are now in their 14th season. The 2020 year will be their sixth season at Buffalo Riverworks. QCRD has five teams: The internationally ranked Lake Effect Furies, the B-level travel team the Subzero Sirens, and three house teams: the Alley Kats, the Devil Dollies, and the Saucies, with over 70 skaters ranging in ages from 18 to 50+. QCRD is an all-volunteer run organization.
QCRD is a member of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) which has over 1,000 member leagues on every continent. Roller derby is one of the fastest growing sports in the world, as well as one of two full-contact sports for women (other one being rugby).