March Radness is a 4 Day Co-Ed intensive roller derby camp for roller derby skaters. While attending March Radness skaters will:
- Learn banked and flat track roller derby strategy
- Taught by some of the top flat track trainers in the US and LADD's own banked track trainers
- Work hard, make new friends, and have the best derby experience of your life
- Get the opportunity to skate the banked track in front of an LA Derby Dolls audience at a public bout
You just can't miss out on this experience of a lifetime!
Trainers Roll Call!!!
Jackie Daniels - Texas Roller Girls, USA Roller Derby
ShortStop - Gotham Girls Roller Derby
Baller Shot Caller - Atlanta Roller Girls, USA Roller Derby
Licker*N*Split - Rose City Roller, USA Roller Derby
Skaters must be 18 years of age or older with valid ID and have personal medical coverage (WFTDA or USARS will not be accepted). Please be advised that this is a Co-Ed camp. Public exposition bout is not co-ed. Skaters should have passed their leagues minimum skills testing before coming to camp.
Please keep in mind tickets are non-refundable, but ticket transfers will be accepted up until a month before the event by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp location is at 4900 Alhambra Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90032
Questions? Email email@example.com.
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What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Wednesday March 8 (Registration Only)
Please don’t park in our front lot as our league has practice this night. The Overflow lot is also not available on this night. Street Parking only.
Thursday March 9 - Sunday March 12
Front Lot is for campers with handicapped plates/placecards and carpools (first come-first served). It is stacked parking.
The Overflow lot will be open.
Saturday March 11
If you do park in the front lot on Saturday, you will have to remove your car by 3:30pm. For the bout, you will have a spot in the Overflow lot. Show your camp wristband to the attendant. You must park by 7:15pm to ensure your spot.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Additional Things to Bring to Camp:
Valid legal ID
Copy of health or travel insurance
Sneakers for off-skate classes
Notebook & Pen
Black and white shirt with your name and number on them
Refillable water bottle with your name on it (water will be provided around the facility)
Cooler with snacks
Different Wheels - Our banked track is painted Masonite and our flat track is unpolished concrete. 91 - 96 rated wheels work well on both surfaces. (Lot of our girls are on Atom Lowboys/Jukes, Bones Turbos, Radar Bullet, or Radar Prestos and use them on both surfaces).
Unsupervised children are not allowed. Children must be with an adult at all times who have a pass.
No pets are permitted. Only service animals.
Is my registration/ticket transferable?
You can transfer the ticket to someone else or save it for next year’s camp. Deadline to transfer tickets is one month before the start of Camp. If you can't find anyone to transfer the ticket to, you can still attend and just audit the classes instead of skating.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes or be able to pull up your ticket information on your phone.
What is the refund policy?
Unfortunately, all tickets are non-refundable, however, you can transfer the ticket.