‘Grapple At The Garden’ May 6 Beat the Streets/USA Wrestling Tickets at Hulu Theater On Sale Today

Beat the Streets Wrestling (BTS), the largest grassroots inner city wrestling program in the United States, and USA Wrestling have announced that tickets for the annual BTS benefit, featuring stars of Team USA vs. NCAA Champions, are on sale beginning today via Ticketmaster. The 10th annual event, to be held on Monday, May 6, at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden, serves as both a fundraiser for BTS and to celebrate its athletes as they compete on the biggest stage in the center of the world.
Tickets are priced starting at $30 at https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/3B005668AA091B69. A variety of donation packages which include “Grapple in the Garden” tickets are also available at https://www.btsny.org/bts-events or by emailing molalde@btsny.org, beginning at $1000. Doors open on May 6 at 5:30 p.m., with the main event starting at 6 p.m.
Beat the Streets, Inc. will invite select members of the 2018 U.S. Men’s Freestyle World Team, which placed second in the 2018 World Championships and won seven World medals, as well as select top USA women’s wrestlers. The competing athletes from USA Wrestling and NCAA schools will be announced at a later date.
“We are pleased to be able to allow so many more fans to experience the BTS ‘Grapple at the Garden’ in person that the additional capacity at Hulu Theater at MSG provides,” said Beat the Streets Executive Director Brendan Buckley. “There are a wide variety of donation levels and ticket seating options to fit fans’ budgets. And, the introduction of the NCAA champions as the Team USA opponent will give fans the opportunity to see the next wave of great American wrestlers in action.”
Beat the Streets Benefit competitions, which began in 2010, have since become a major showcase of the best of international wrestling. This unique and electrifying annual event has helped Beat the Streets raise millions of dollars to support local youth wrestling programs which empower young people in New York City.