(COLORADO SPRINGS) — Coming together to support a great cause, the ‘Media Brawl at WhirlyBall’ is gearing up for some intense competition between the FOX21 News and X1039 teams.

Media Brawl at WhirlyBall

The event comes in response to the recent tragedy at Club Q and will benefit Inside Out Youth Services, which “builds access, equity, and power with LGBTQIA2+ young people, through leadership, advocacy, community-building, education, and peer support.”

Inside Out is dedicated to helping our local LGBTQIA young people connect with trusted adults and mentors and have a safe space as they navigate adolescence. We are so grateful to WhirlyBall for helping support healthy choices and relationships for our young people.

Jessie Pocock, Executive Director, Inside Out Youth Services

It’s all happening on Sunday, Jan. 22 at WhirlyBall Colorado Springs, which will be donating activities and food so that 100% of proceeds benefit Inside Out. WhirlyBall “combines lacrosse, hockey, basketball, and bumper cars in a game of skill coupled with a touch of chance.”

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  • Media Brawl at WhirlyBall
  • Media Brawl at WhirlyBall

The public is invited to watch the FOX21 News and X1039 teams compete against each other, while also enjoying live music, free activities, and food for the family.

Media Brawl at WhirlyBall: Event Details

  • Date: Sunday, Jan. 22
  • Time: 3:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
  • Location: WhirlyBall (3971 Palmer Park Boulevard, Colorado Springs, CO 80909)
  • Tickets: $25 in advance / $30 at the door
  • Link: Eventbrite

There will be plenty of activities for the family to enjoy at the event including; live music by Tava Blue and Swell, bowling, ping-pong, whirlyball, and pop-up games, along with free delicious bites provided by U.S. Foods and WhirlyBall Colorado Springs.

At WhirlyBall, we strive to be a place within Colorado Springs where all feel safe and supported. We want to show our dedication to this and help in any way that we can to shoulder the heartbreak and devastation that took place and specifically support, stand with and send out strength to the LGBTQIA+ community.

Adam Elias, CEO, WhirlyBall

The team that wins will take home the WhirlyBall trophy, so come out for a fun night of fierce competition, activities, and delicious food, all while supporting a great cause.