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CIAA basketball tournament single-session tickets on sale
Showcase in Charlotte Feb. 25-29
Published Saturday, February 1, 2020 6:00 pm
by Herbert L. White | The Charlotte Post

Virginia Union University women's basketball coach AnnMarie Gilbert on the sidelines at the 2019 CIAA tournament finals. Single-session tickets for the 2020 tournament in Charlotte went on sale Feb. 1.

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Single-session tickets for the CIAA basketball tournament are on sale.

The 75th annual showcase – and 15th in Charlotte – is Feb. 25-29 with Bojangles’ Coliseum and Spectrum Arena as game sites. Starting in 2021, the CIAA moves to Baltimore for a three-year run.

Ticket prices for single sessions range from $30 to $225 based on the dates and seats selected, which include general admission, center court and courtside, which are $150 per for Thursday and Friday sessions and $225 on Saturday for the championship games. All-session tickets start at $200 and includes men’s and women’s games. 

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Tickets are available through Ticketmaster and the CIAA office as well as the Bojangles’ Coliseum and Spectrum Center box offices.

Tournament play, which span 22 games, will be held at Bojangles’ Coliseum on Feb. 25-26, then shift to Spectrum Center for the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals the next three days.

A percentage of all ticket sales go to CIAA member schools for student-athlete scholarships.

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