How to get tickets for 2023 NCAA March Madness Tournament in Birmingham

How to get tickets for 2023 NCAA March Madness Tournament in Birmingham

How to get tickets for 2023 NCAA March Madness Tournament in Birmingham

For the first time in 15 years, the March Madness will return to Birmingham for the first and second rounds of the 2023 NCAA Tournament. The games will be played at the renovated Legacy Arena, with the Southeastern Conference playing host. Tickets will be available for NCAA subscribers starting later this year in October. Click here to sign up for alerts about ticket opportunities to the games. The NCAA announced Birmingham as one of the tournament sites in 2020 as the city worked to complete a 20-month modernization and renovation project at Legacy Arena. The arena reopened in December of 2021.Birmingham last hosted NCAA Tournament men’s basketball games in 2008. The city hosted the NCAA Women’s Mideast Regional in 2001.Here’s a look at some of the new features at Legacy Arena: 15,030 fixed-seat capacityCenter-hung HD video board with active lower ring360-degree LED display ribbon boardFull lighting systems upgrade48 concession windows12 suites, two clubs156 women’s lavatories, 123 women’s lavatories, four family lavatoriesThree nursing mothers’ roomsOne Kulture City sensory room11,500 off-street parking spaces within a 10 -minute walkFour locker roomsTwo artists’ suites & crew catering areaClick here to find tickets to all scheduled events at the BJCC.—Know Before You Go Links: Downloadable Facility & Parking Map Clear Bag PolicyTraffic / Road Closure Map Legacy Arena Concourse MapLegacy Arena Entrances

For the first time in 15 years, the March Madness will return to Birmingham for the first and second rounds of the 2023 NCAA Tournament. The games will be played at the renovated Legacy Arena, with the Southeastern Conference playing host.

Tickets will be available for NCAA subscribers starting later this year in October. Click here to sign up for alerts about ticket opportunities to the games.

The NCAA announced Birmingham as one of the tournament sites in 2020 as the city worked to complete a 20-month modernization and renovation project at Legacy Arena. The arena reopened in December of 2021.

Birmingham last hosted NCAA Tournament men’s basketball games in 2008. The city hosted the NCAA Women’s Mideast Regional in 2001.

Here’s a look at some of the new features at Legacy Arena:

  • 15,030 fixed-seat capacity
  • Center-hung HD video board with active lower ring
  • 360-degree LED display ribbon board
  • Full lighting systems upgrade
  • 48 dealership windows
  • 12 suites, two clubs
  • 156 women’s lavatories, 123 women’s lavatories, four family lavatories
  • Three nursing mothers’ rooms
  • One Kulture City sensory room
  • 11,500 off-street parking spaces within a 10-minute walk
  • Four locker rooms
  • Two artists’ suites & crew catering area

Click here to find tickets to all scheduled events at the BJCC.

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