Our first game of the season will have all of your favorite Dames because its going to be all of us playing! Thats right, we are kicking off the 2018 season with Team Black VS Team White.
Will Team Black have the luck of the Irish on their side or will Team White take home the win? Only way to know is to come watch and cheer both teams on!
Doors open at 6pm and the game starts at 7pm.
Come out in your coolest St Patricks Day attire for a chance to win an tickets for our next home game on Saturday April 21st!
Be sure to check out our merch table to get your very own Greenville Derby Dames T-shirt and other cool merchandise.
Tickets can be purchased at the door for $12 cash or card. No personal checks please.
As always kids 10 and under get in FREE.
Regular tickets can also be purchased in advance at a discount starting 2/23 via our website at www.greenvillederbydames.com
We are proud to announce our charity of the year, The Homeless Period Project! Check them out on Facebook or their website on how you can get involved. As a bonus, bring any feminine product to the game and get a dollar off your ticket!
Also stay tuned to this event and our Facebook page for a chance to win free tickets!
Seating is limited! Please feel free to bring a chair. It is not uncommon to have standing room only.
The Afterparty will be at Fitzpatrick’s Irish Pub on Laurens Rd starting at 9:30pm.
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