The NCAA Tournament in Sacramento, California
The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament will go to Sacramento, CA in 2020. The first and second round games of the 2020 tournament in Sacramento will be played at Golden 1 Center on Friday, March 20 and Sunday, March 22.
NCAA Tournament at the Golden 1 Center
Golden 1 Center, home to the Sacramento Kings seats about 17,000 fans. The Golden 1 Center is unique because its use of innovative conservation tactics and has the highest level of global recognition for environmentally conscious buildings. Power to the arena is entirely generated with solar energy. Other sustainable tactics include water conservation, reducing carbon emissions, using recycled materials and many more. The Golden 1 Center is also known for its technology boasting the second largest screens in the NBA and massive video screens welcoming fans as they walk through the arena's main entrance.
Things to Do in Sacramento During the NCAA Tournament
Sacramento, the capital of the state of California is a city with a rich history, culture and countless activities you'll love. If you're looking to explore the historic aspects of Sacramento, check out The California State Railroad Museum, The Old Sacramento State Historic Park, The Abandoned Sutter's Fort or enjoy a Historic River Cruise. Are cars more your thing; head over to The California Automobile Museum
NCAA Tournament in Sacramento Ticket Prices
Tickets to the NCAA Tournament in Sacramento are subject to change. Prices start at $55, and average about $216 for single games.
March Madness 2020 Early Round Sites
The first and second round games for this year’s NCAA Tournament are taking place in eight exciting U.S. cities. To shop tickets in each of these locations, follow the links below.