Albuquerque Roller Derby Mashup Game

Roller Derby Saves the Day

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Have you been to a roller derby bout before? Did you know that roller derby is just a bunch of tattooed badasses beating the crap out of each other while roller skating? Well, there’s an Albuquerque Roller Derby mashup bout this Saturday, July 21, at the Manuel Lujan Building at Expo NM (take entrance 3 at Copper and San Pedro). And just in case we had to sell you on it more, the theme of this bout is heroes and villains—so expect to see some DC and Marvel representation on the rink. There are also vendors selling food, beer and crafts for you to consume and peruse. Doors are at 6pm and the game starts at 7pm. Tickets are $10 on and free for kids 12 and under.

Saturday Jul 21, 2018

300 San Pedro Dr NE
Albuquerque, NM 87108






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Watch the The Unicorns in a mashup game of heroes vs. villains with face painting, local artists, a bounce house for the kids, local vendors, libations and snacks.


Albuquerque Roller Derby Mashup Bout! 

Heroes Vs Villains!

Saturday, July 21. Doors at 6pm , game at 7pm.

$10 - Kids under 12 are free - Beer, food, and vendors!

At the Manuel Lujan Building at Expo NM!


Roller Derby!

Don't know how it's played? No problem!

The main thing to remember: Each team has a jammer with a star on their helmet. Once the jammer breaks through the pack of blockers, every opposing team member they pass is a point for their team. A full contact game of speed, agility, skill, and strategy!


 About Albuquerque Roller Derby

 Established in 2015 by experienced derby players, Albuquerque Roller Derby has built a team of serious athletes ready to hit the track and bring you the hard hitting action of roller derby! ABQRD is a nonprofit organization. We promote health, teamwork, positivity, and communication as well as giving back to our community.


More about the event:

Enter at Gate 3 of the Fairgrounds - San Pedro and Copper intersection. The venue has food and beverages available (including beer), but remember, NM Expo only takes cash. The door and vendor village can take cards.


And.. We'll have


Face painting

Local artists

Bounce house for the kids

Local vendors





The venue charges $5 for parking

 The venue only takes cash for refreshments (but the door and vendor village can take cards)




And more!


Kids 12 and under get in free!