Summer ROC Fest 2011 and Rock Over Climbing's 1st Birthday Bash!!added Jun/2011, see all Rock Over Climbing news & reviews
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This weekend, to celebrate their first birthday, Rock Over Climbing in Manchester are having a massive party following the ROC Fest 2011. There will be an evening of dancing and drinking to the tunes of local band, Hold the Line, and resident DJ Dream Scape, held at Club Rock Over.
© Ian Corrigan & ROC
The 1 Year Birthday Bash is shaping up to be a fantastic event with over 230 competitors pre-registered for 11 different categories with over 60 problems set by Ian Vickers, Jamie Cassidy and Simon Chevis. More than 100 of the current entrants are Beginners, Veterans and Juniors who are all hoping to have an amazing day and maybe win some great prizes. Everyone is competing for a huge prize fund worth over £3500, made up of £2000 cash and some amazing prizes kindly donated by our sponsors (below).
Twists to the day include a slacklining and a fancy dress comp; the Beastmaker boys raffle; Chopper Harris's random prize giveaway; Big Tom pub quiz; Ryan and Simon shenanegans; Marje serving curry and beers and Little Tom showing off his dance moves.
We would like to thank all of our extremely generous sponsors: Cotswold, DMM, Lyon Equipment, Maverick Slacklines, Booker Cash & Carry, Helly Hansen, Beastmaker, Boreal, Frog and Bucket Comedy Club, Proper Maid, Axfords Timber, UKBouldering.com, Love 2 Eat, The Climbing Works, Brakes, Climber Magazine
SO COME AND ENJOY THE PARTY!!!
Saturday June 4th, Comp starts @ 12, party starts @ 1800
For more information about Rock Over Climbing, our Party and the ROC Fest 2011 go to rockoverclimbing.com
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