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Detroit Roller Derby's Motor City Disassembly Line Prepares for International Match Up!

Grab your mothers and head to Detroit's historic Masonic Temple on Saturday, May 12th for Motor City Disassembly Line's first home game of the season. Some of the toughest moms around will be taking the track against the Border City Brawlers. Windsor's only flat track roller derby league will be crossing the bridge for this international match-up that's guaranteed to have you on the edge of your seats.

Detroit Men's Roller Derby will warm up the crowd when they face off against the hard hitting Cincinnati Battering Rams. If you've never seen a men's game you do not want to miss this! The action will be fast, ferocious and fearless.

And the drill hall will be rocking during the big event! We are happy to announce the talented musicians from the Detroit School of Rock and Pop will be performing during both half times.

Doors open at 5pm on Saturday, May 12th. The first whistle blows at 6pm.Tickets are available right now at www.brownpapertickets.com. They are $15 in advance and $18 at the door the day of the double header. Kids 12 and under are free with a paying adult.

The Masonic Temple is located at 500 Temple Street in Detroit. There is plenty of parking on site. The after party will be held at McShane's Pub and Whiskey Bar at 1460 Michigan Avenue.

Star Wars Themed Roller Derby Doubleheader Will Be Out Of This Galaxy

Calling all Jedi! Grab your light sabers and head down to the Masonic Temple on March 10th for a doubleheader that will be out of this galaxy!

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Detroit Mens Roller Derby will warm up the crowd when they face off against the Cleveland Guardians. Then for the first time this season, you will get to see the Detroit Roller Derby AllStars in action when they are split up into Red (Rebels) vs. Black (Empire). Will the Rebels win for the Alliance or will the Dark side rise again? Fans are encouraged to wear black or red or come dressed up as their favorite Star Wars character.

We'll be collecting non perishable items for Gleaners Food Bank. The organization has been feeding the area hungry for 40 years now. You can also enter a raffle to win two custom painted Star Wars helmets. The proceeds will be donated to Gleaners.

Doors open at 5pm on Saturday, March 10th. The first whistle blows at 6pm.Tickets are now available at www.brownpapertickets.com. They are $15 dollars in advance and $18 the day of the doubleheader. Kids 12 and under are free with a paying adult.

The Masonic Temple is located at 500 Temple Street in Detroit. It is the largest building like it in the world. There is plenty of parking onsite.