NCAA First Four All‐Session Ticket Sales Gaining Momentum

All‐Session ticket sales for the 2014 NCAA First Four have been gaining momentum.  The 2014 championship begins with the First Four, four first‐round games taking place in Dayton on Tuesday and Wednesday evening, March 18 and 19.

Fans wishing to buy tickets to the First Four, second‐and third‐round games or regional competition should go to www.NCAA.com/mbbtickets

All‐Session Ticket Prices:

Lower Arena $120.00

300 Level $80.00

400 Level $50.00

For those looking to support U.S. military personnel serving at Wright‐Patterson Air Force base and students across the Dayton Region visit daytonhoopla.com.

The 2014 championship begins with the First Four, four first‐round games taking place in Dayton, Ohio on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 18 and 19.  2014 will mark the 14th consecutive year the men’s college basketball tournament has tipped‐off in Dayton and support from the community further demonstrates that the Dayton Region is home to America’s most passionate college basketball fans and helps to solidify Dayton’s rightful place as the kick‐off site for the Tournament in the future.  UD Arena has hosted over 100 Tournament games, more than any site in America making Dayton, Ohio the Epicenter of College Basketball in America. 

For the latest information on tournament action in Dayton and The Big Hoopla community events, visit daytonhoopla.com, follow @DaytonHoopla on Twitter and like Dayton Hoopla on Facebook (facebook.com/DaytonHoopla).

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