Spectator sports are marked by traditions, like dumping Gatorade on the winning coach and setting the losing coach’s Honda on fire. Feel the heat of competition with this GrouponLive deal.<p>
- Treasure Valley Roller Girls roller derby bout
- Where: CenturyLink Arena
- Door time: 6 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees
- Click here to view the seating chart<p>
- $17 for two tickets for general-admission seating, plus a noisemaker (a $35 value)
- $25 for two tickets for VIP floor seating, plus a noisemaker (a $51 value)<p>
Games and Dates
- Vengeance in the Valley doubleheader on Saturday, August 10 at 7 p.m.
- From Dusk ‘til Derby doubleheader on Saturday, August 24 at 7 p.m.<p>
The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn’t reflect student, senior, or military discounts. <p>
The Scouting Report
In the final two home bouts of the season, the Treasure Valley Roller Girls look to send their fans off on a high note. As Demolition Barbie, Dawn of the Shred, and the rest of the TVR roster rumble around the track, fans can show their support by smacking noisemakers together while perched on the edge of their general-admission seats, or atop floor seats that are close enough to see W-shaped bruises form on the arms of the winning team.
Treasure Valley Roller Girls
The Treasure Valley Roller Girls planted their flag in the city’s sports scene in February of 2006 to become Boise’s only women’s roller derby league. The skater-owned and operated team played its premier bout a year later, and has been battling rival clubs from across the western United States ever since. Despite its youth, the league has already established traditions, including participating in the annual Spudtown Knockdown Tournament every summer. The league also makes its presence known in the community by volunteering regularly throughout the Treasure Valley, instead of spending their time recounting the details of their victories for neighborhood children.
2013 Chili & Salsa Fest
What makes a chili recipe the best there is? The judges at this year's Chili & Salsa fest will have to figure that out for themselves as they award entries of chili—and salsa—in this year's competitions. At Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park, the scents of fall food mingle in the air, making it tricky for patrons to decide whose wares to sample. And as evening comes on, so does the crowd, as the event shifts to watching college and NFL football on the big screen.