The band takes the stage on Saturday, July 22 at Maple Grove Rugby Park.
The annual MTS Super-Spike volleyball tournament this summer will bring the Sam Roberts Band to Winnipeg as the festival’s headliners.
The weekend tournament, taking place July 21-22 at Maple Grove Rugby Park, is Western Canada’s largest outdoor beach volleyball event.
A volleyball tournament earlier this summer on Winnipeg’s outskirts raised $100,000 to push its funding efforts beyond $1 million.
MTS Super-Spike attracted 7,000 people and 470 teams July 15-16 at Maple Grove Rugby Park.
Canadian rockers The Sheepdogs are headlining this year’s MTS Super-Spike volleyball tournament.
The weekend long concert series enters its 15th year and also acts as a fundraiser for the Winnipeg-based national women’s volleyball team.
The Sheepdogs have had six top 10 hits on Canadian rock charts over the past five years. They join several other acts, including Poor Young Things, The Proud Sons, The JD Edwards Band, and Kenaston.
Those interested in registering a volleyball team for this year’s Super-Spike can do so at SuperSpike.ca. Early bird registration is open through June 15 for $49.
A record 500 volleyball teams have signed up for MTS Super-Spike this weekend.
Last year’s event saw 441 teams sign up for the volleyball tournament/concert series. This year, the festival is headlined by The Trews on the Club Regent Casino & Event Centre Main Stage on Saturday, and Moses Mayes and The Family Funk Orchestra on Friday.
While registration is now closed for volleyball teams, tickets and passes are still available at superspike.ca for $35.
Five days remain to register a team for this year’s MTS Super-Spike at Maple Grove Rugby Park.
The annual outdoor fundraiser for the Winnipeg-based national women’s volleyball team is July 17-18, featuring headlining band The Trews.
Nearly 400 teams are registered so far, putting registration at a record pace.
Weekend passes for non-tournament participants are also on sale for $35 through SuperSpike.ca.
Other performing acts include Moses Mayes & The Family Funk Orchestra, The New Meanies, The Treble, The Revival, The F-Holes, The Reverend Rambler, Leanne Pearson, Mise en Scene, and Papa Mambo.
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WINNIPEG — Canadian rockers The Trews have been tapped to headline this summer’s MTS Super-Spike volleyball tournament.
The weekend-long event is July 17-18 at Maple Grove Rugby Park in south Winnipeg and will mark its 14th year.
Along with The Trews, MTS Super-Spike will feature a dozen live bands at the festival including Moses Mayes & the Family Funk Orchestra, The Treble, The New Meanies, The Revival, The F-Holes, Mise en Scene and others.
Besides fun in the sand with great live music, the event is also a fundraiser for the Winnipeg-based National Women’s Volleyball Team and has raised more than $800,000 to date.
Organizers of this weekend’s MTS Super-Spike volleyball tournament are asking the public to make use of the free park and ride shuttle system to get to Maple Grove Rugby Park.
Due to limited parking, no vehicles will be allowed to park on site. A free shuttle will take players, and those just wanting to take in the festival, from the University of Manitoba’s U lot (across from Investors Group Field) to the park.
By Brian Schultz
The deadline to register a team to compete in this year’s MTS Super-Spike is fast approaching.
The annual two-day volleyball tournament and festival is July 18-19 at Maple Grove Rugby Park.
Teams have until midnight this Friday, July 11 to register a team. Over 350 are already registered for what is Western Canada’s biggest annual volleyball tournament.