Super-Spike, presented by Michelob Ultra, is excited to announce that over 350 teams have registered to date, with the team registration deadline quickly approaching.
New this year, Ultimate Frisbee has been added as an additional sport that will run in conjunction with the volleyball tournament. Crowds are expected to be at record levels.
Super-Spike is excited to welcome Canadian rockers ‘Monster Truck’ as this year’s event headliner. The event, which is taking place July 20th & 21st at Maple Grove Rugby Park, combines Western Canada’s largest outdoor/beach volleyball tournament, and now an ultimate frisbee tournament, with a weekend long concert series, all set in a festival atmosphere. Along with Monster Truck, who will be headlining on Saturday, July 21st, Super-Spike is excited to announce that Canadian indie rockers The Elwins will be headlining the main stage on Friday, July 20th. Also scheduled to perform at Super-Spike are The Pistol Whips, Vikings, Deep Dark Cave, Leanne Pearson, The Middle Coast, The Honeysliders, Ras Tamils, and the Dust Rhinos.
Public interested in registering a team for this year’s event can do so by visiting www.superspike.ca. Team registration is only $59 per person with all tournament participants receiving free access for the concert series and on-site festivities.
General public who are not interested in playing in the tournament but want to catch the bands and festivities, can purchase weekend passes in advance for only $35 through www.superspike.ca.
Super-Spike, now in its 17th year, also acts as a significant local charitable fundraiser with over $1.2 million raised to date. The event 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 Super-Spike charitable recipients for 2018.