280 Teams & Over 2,100 Players Set to Play at Super-Spike This Weekend | Sports Destination Management

280 Teams & Over 2,100 Players Set to Play at Super-Spike This Weekend

Jul 21, 2022

After a long two-year absence due to the pandemic, Super-Spike, presented by Michelob Ultra, is excited to announce that 2,100 players comprising 280 teams, are registered to take part in this weekend’s iconic summertime festival. Although team registration is now closed, weekend passes for non-tournament participants are available and can be purchased in advance for only $35 at www.superspike.ca


Super-Spike, which takes place at Maple Grove Rugby Park this July 22nd and 23rd, combines Western Canada’s largest outdoor volleyball tournament with a weekend long concert series, all set in a festival atmosphere. Dance and pop are this year’s music theme, with Canadian stars Delaney Jane and Rêve headlining the Birchwood Automotive main stage at the event. 


Super-Spike is thrilled to welcome back ‘Delaney Jane,’ a Canadian international star who is currently one of the most recognized voices worldwide in Dance music with over 117 million streams all time! Recent Top 40 hits include “Just as Much” featuring Virgina to Vegas, “Bad Habits,” and “Easy Go” with Grandtheft.


Also headlining the main stage will be Montreal born, Toronto-based artist Rêve, who has had over 22 million streams this past year with her growing list of hits. Rêve made her major label debut in 2021 with her first single ‘Still Dancing’ via Universal Music Canada, and followed it up this year with Canadian Radio Top 40 smash hits ‘Control+Alt+Delete,’ and ‘Head Phones,’ a collaboration with Banx & Ranx.


Super-Spike, now in its nineteenth year, acts as a significant fundraiser with over $1.3 million raised to date for local not-for-profits. Funds raised form this year’s event will go to support Volleyball Manitoba and their grass roots programs, United Way Winnipeg through the events 50/50 raffle, and Shine Toba, a fundraising arm for the fight against Cystic Fibrosis.

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