Spectator Information

ATTENTION SPECTATORS - As spectators, you may choose to be in close proximity to the volleyball courts. Risk of injury and death from flying objects incidental to the sport of volleyball may occur at this event. Attend at your own risk. Please pay close attention to your surroundings and be on alert at all times, especially during active play.

Team Codes for LSR 12s/13s will be provided to club director by Tuesday, April 20. Team Codes for LSR 14s will be provided to club director by Tuesday, April 27.

Tickets will be purchased through Sport Wrench
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Double check that you are purchasing your desired day of attendance as well as the name on your ticket. Please make sure you are putting the correct name on your ticket during your transaction.

2021 Ticket Info

This year, spectators will be limited due to COVID. If spectator limitations change, we will update teams. All teams will be given 20 tickets each day. Different spectators can attend each day if desired. Tickets cannot be switched between spectators each day. Minors the age of 4 and younger will be granted free entry with a ticket holding adult. All minors 5 and older will need to use one of the tickets allocated for your teams spectators. Team representatives and team chaperones will not receive coaches tickets. These individuals will need to purchase a ticket for entry into this event. In addition, coaches will not receive tickets for additional people to attend with them.


Prohibited items-
  • Personal Seats and chairs
  • Coolers
  • Recreational personal transportation devices (i.e. hover boards, skateboards, etc.)
  • Outside food
  • All tobacco products – including e-Cigarettes and vaping products
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Loud noise makers including boom boxes
  • Balloons
  • Animals (exception: service dogs are welcome)
  • Other items as determined by the staff.

  • Pet Policy:
    Service animals are welcome in the venue. However, emotional support animals and pets are prohibited.
    A service animal is defined by the ADA as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. The tasks performed by the dog must be directly related to the person’s disability.