MTS Super-Spike presented by Bud Light, is excited to announce that 464 teams and 3,472 players have officially registered for this weekend’s festival event. This is the second highest total of registered players in the event’s sixteen year history. MTS Super-Spike, taking place this Friday July 21st & Saturday July 22nd at Maple Grove Rugby Park, combines Western Canada’s largest outdoor/beach volleyball tournament with a weekend-long concert series, all set in a festival atmosphere. The Sam Roberts Band will be headlining MTS Super-Spike for their first ever visit to the event.
Although team registration is now closed, weekend long concert and festival passes for non-tournament participants are still available and can be purchased on-line at www.superspike.ca for only $35.00.
The detailed event schedule including band times is now available and attached, along with an event FAQ. Any media outlets who wish to cover the event, are asked to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to have advance accreditation left for them at the front gate/will call.
Unless members of the public have purchased a premium parking pass, they are not allowed to park at the Maple Grove Rugby Park festival site due to limited parking capacity. Please visit www.superspike.ca/venue/parking/ for detailed information on the free park and ride.
MTS Super-Spike acts as a significant local charitable fundraiser with over $1 million raised to date. Formerly a fundraiser for the National Women’s Volleyball Team who recently relocated to Richmond, B.C, MTS Super-Spike now splits its proceeds between three charitable organizations including Volleyball Manitoba as a staple annual partner, and two rotating new charities each year selected through an annual application process. KidSport Manitoba, and the True North Youth Foundation have been selected as the two other MTS Super-Spike charitable recipients for 2017.