Play It With Pride II – SCP Sand Volleyball Tournament


April 27


08:30 am - 04:30 pm

Event Website

Spikes Beach Bar & Grille

2300 Judson Street

Lincoln, NE, United States, 68521

Star City Pride is hosting this sand volleyball tournament as a fundraiser for the 2019 Pride Festival. This event is an opportunity to gather with friends and allies for some friendly competition while supporting Star City Pride and the local LGBTQIA community.
General Information
Cost – $120/Team ($20/Person)

Competition will be split into two divisions: 6×6 Competitive and 6×6 Recreational
Teams can be a co-ed mix, however co-ed rules will not be enforced (no guy-guy-girl rule)
Organizers reserve the right to restructure divisions as needed

Check-in – begins at 8:30am, with Pool Play beginning at 9am. Pool play wins/losses will determine seeding for a single-elimination tournament in each division.

1) Medals will be awarded to 1st and 2nd Place teams!
2) A certificate for SIX (6) FREE individual registrations to Omaha GLBT Sports’ next indoor volleyball league will be awarded to the winners of the Competitive Bracket!
3) SIX (6) FREE WEEKEND PASSES to the 2019 Star City Pride Festival (June 7th and 8th) will be awarded to the winners of the Recreational Bracket!
4) Win amazing raffle prizes!

Deadline to Register is Wednesday, April 24th.
Registrations must be paid in full, either online or at the event. No refunds.
To register as an individual, please contact us (see Contact link below) and we will collect your info. Every attempt will be made to place you on a team in your desired division.

Can I pay at the door?
Yes. To pay on-site, follow the link to the Eventbrite Page and select Pay At Door as your payment method.

What can I bring into the event?
We ask that you please do not bring any outside food or drink into the complex (I.E. coolers, fast food, or any alcoholic beverages). Spikes will be able to provide you with food and drink throughout the day.

Which division should I play in?
Competitive: You’re pretty good and you are here to win (while having fun).
Recreational: You’re pretty good and you are here to have fun (and winning would be nice, but hey, whatever).

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Dan Huntley – or Ron Royer –

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Not necessary, but it could help check-in go more quickly if you bring your registration confirmation.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?
If your team captain/registrant changes between purchase and date of event, please contact us to notify us of the change.

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