You’d Better Grab Your ‘Restaurant Rumble’ Tickets NOW Before They’re All Gone!

The 8th annual Aprons For Gloves Restaurant Rumble is fast approaching and if you haven’t got your tickets yet you’d better scramble! It all goes down on August 20th inside the Commodore Ballroom, with the Undercard bouts starting at 2pm (doors open at 1pm) and the Title fights starting at 8pm (doors at 7pm). Check out the match-ups here. We’ll see you there!

Undercard ticket link – https://www.ticketmaster.ca/event/110056F687F834FA.

Title ticket link – https://www.ticketmaster.ca/event/110056F79A8B2893.

About Aprons for Gloves Boxing Association | Founded in 2012, Aprons for Gloves Boxing Association is a non-profit organization focused on providing community outreach through the sport of boxing. Based in Vancouver’s downtown east side community Gastown, the organization was developed by a small group of professionals and entrepreneurs who seized an opportunity to re-establish a historic boxing program for at-risk women and youth. The program offers free mentorship and training to individuals who may otherwise not have the resources or support to participate in such activities. The sport of boxing teaches discipline, respect, hard work and self-control. Training results in positive self-esteem, good health and camaraderie for its practitioners. For more information, please visit apronsforgloves.com.

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