Ever want to play dodgeball on the Streets of DTLA? Yeah, we never really considered it ourselves but when Council Member Jose Huizar’s Night on Broadway team approached us we fell in love with the idea.
On Saturday, Jan. 28th, we’re hosting a dodgeball tournament on the streets of Downtown Los Angeles at S. Broadway & W. 8th Street
Signup as an individual or a group of 2, we will group you with 4 or 6 other players, then you’ll spend the night battling it out.
– Teams of 2 players will be combined
– Cost: $5
– Snacks and drinks provided
– Prizes for winning & losing team
– You sign up as a group or individual
– 8-10 teams depending on numbers
– Round robin, followed by single elimination
– Top 4 teams advance
– 10-minute games
4-5:30PM – Open Play
5:30PM – Check in/Rules/Introductions
6PM – Round Robin begins
9PM – Playoffs / Finals
10PM – Tourney ends
The ERYC is an adult dodgeball league that believes every individual has the responsibility to be involved in their community. Through dodgeball, civic service, relationships with rec centers and our youth, The Yacht Club hopes to inspire you to pursue the common good. For more info check out our video at the bottom of this page.
Register as an individual to be placed on a team or as a group of 4 players (2 guys, 2 girls) and we'll group you. We do our best to equally match teams as much as possible, based on skill level and male to female ratio.
Night on Broadway is a free arts and music festival produced in celebration of Councilmember José Huizar’s Bringing Back Broadway economic development initiative. Like never before, Night on Broadway awakens beautiful historic theaters and the blocks between them along the Broadway corridor in Downtown Los Angeles. L.A. is a mecca for creative talent of all kinds, and Night on Broadway is where it all shines – right in the heart of entertainment’s birthplace in Los Angeles. From emerging musical acts to national stars, artists to acrobats, and fashion designers to food trucks, Night on Broadway is all about the City of Angels.
We're using a no-sting, 7.5-inch rubber playground-style ball. The ball isn't the hard and painful rubber ball you probably played with in middle school. For the most part, it's fairly painless but the reality is we're throwing balls at each other.