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Mad Rollin Dolls Bout this Saturday!

*Edit: Children under 3 get in for FREE!!**
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January 10, 2009
Mad Rollin' Dolls kick off regular season at Veterans Memorial Coliseum


On Saturday, January 10, the Mad Rollin' Dolls, Madison's premiere women's flat-track roller derby league, will start their fifth home season in a brand new venue and at an earlier time.

The Dolls played their final bout at Fast Forward Skate Center—which they called home for more than four years—last month, and are excited for their fifth regular season in Madison, featuring a seven-game schedule that will be held entirely at the Alliant Energy Center. The season's games will be spread out across the Alliant campus, including the Coliseum, Expo Hall, and Arena building. The Alliant Energy Center is located at 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way, Madison, near Rimrock Road and John Nolen Drive.

Saturday's match-ups will see the reigning 2008 champions, the Quad Squad, take on the Vaudeville Vixens, and the Reservoir Dolls will face the Unholy Rollers. The teams will introduce a fresh crop of skaters, and the season promises to be full of the fastest, strongest derby yet—and maybe a few surprises.

Join the Dolls after the bout at the High Noon Saloon, 701 E. Washington Ave., for a season kickoff after-party featuring Them Damn Young Livers, The Hussy, and ifihadahifi. The show is free with ticket stub, $5 without.

Vaudeville Vixens vs. Quad Squad
Unholy Rollers vs. Reservoir Dolls

Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and the first jam starts at 6 p.m.
in the Veterans Memorial Coliseum (formerly the Dane County Coliseum) at the Alliant Energy Center

Tickets

$10 in advance, $12 at the door
On sale at MRD's local sponsors:
Freedom/Knuckleheads
Capitol City Tattoo
Cha Cha Beauty and Barber
High Noon Saloon
Lakeside Press

and Online

MRD loves to give back to the community, and a portion of the evening's proceeds will go to the Rainbow Project, a local nonprofit organization that offers support to children and families throughout greater Madison and Dane County.
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