Bout-Day Info

VIP Smack Packs, Season Passes, Single Bout Tickets Available.

When to get there:

Doors open at 5:00PM
Opening Ceremony at 5:45PM
BOUT 1 starts at 6PM
BOUT 2 starts at about 7:45PM
(Hard Core Derbyholics will stay for the whole night. If you’re new and not totally addicted yet – you may choose to watch only one bout – show up early to catch the first bout – or grab drinks downtown and skip the lines to stroll in around 7pm to catch the second bout!)

Premium seating gets early admission – a 15 minute head start on the refreshment lines (4:45pm).

Transportation & Parking

Texas Rollergirls bouts are held at “The Shed”, the Texas Rollergirls’ premier derby facility located at:
6110 Trade Center Drive, suite 101B

Austin, TX 78744

Parking is available in the front of the facility in the parking lot, as well as street parking along Trade Center Drive. Parking at the Shed is free.

What it costs

ADULT GA – $18 advance / $20 day-of/door  |  KIDS 6-12 GA – $8 | KIDS 0-5 – FREE!
VIP – $35
GROUPS of 10 GA – $100
RETIRED SKATER – $8 at door


ADULT GA Season Ticket – $75  | KIDS 6-12 Season Ticket – $40
ADULT VIP Smack Pack  – $150  | KIDS 0-12 VIP Smack Pack – $90

*All tickets purchased online attract a booking fee. You can also purchase tickets from  our local vendors, Waterloo Records & Medusa Skates, or your favorite Texas Rollergirl.


Game Day Seating

Guest seating for games at the Shed will be floor seating and standing room only. Chairs are available in our VIP section, and handicap seating is available by request. Outside chairs are not allowed in the Shed on game day.


At the Shed:
Food trucks will be on-site to fill you up with delicious Austin-local treats. Beer and wine will be sold at the Shed. Please do not bring outside food or drink to the Shed games. Tailgating in the parking lot before the game, however, is allowed and encouraged!

Kids at the bout

Our games are definitely kid-friendly and we love to see your little ones in the stands!
Children 5 and under are admitted free.

Meet the skaters

One of the best things about roller derby is how accessible the athletes are – we really love talking to our fans! Please feel free to flag us down when you see us roll past, or come by the autograph table by the front door. We’ll sign autographs, take photos, shake hands, kiss babies – most reasonable requests are entertained!

What’s going on?

Roller derby is a full-contact sport and the action on the track is fast, so sometimes things can get confusing! We’ve written a “Derby 101” lesson for you here so you can get started with some background reading. On the day, we’ll keep you informed with explanatory videos, information in your program and our professional announcers – or make a new friend and ask your neighbour or a passing rollergirl to help you figure out what just happened.

A whole lot of fun

Along with a whole lot of sport, our bouts are full of fun for all ages. Take a look at some of the non-skating action below:

THANK YOU Bill Smotrilla for the awesome photography!

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