The NCAA Tournament in Spokane, Washington
Spokane will host NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament in 2020. The first and second round games of the 2020 tournament in Spokane will be played at Spokane Arena on Thursday, March 19 and Saturday, March 21.
NCAA Tournament at Spokane Arena
The Spokane Arena is a multi-purpose arena that seats 12,638. Spokane Arena has hosted football, hockey, concerts and numerous other events and conferences. The arena underwent some remodeling in 2017, focusing primarily on expanding the capacity and creating more space to accommodate more concession stands. Additionally, food options were improved, now offering craft burgers, fired pizzas, Asian dishes, a variety of sandwiches and street-style tacos.
Things to Do in Spokane During the NCAA Tournament
With picturesque winter landscapes and idyllic beauty you can enjoy a number of outdoor activities in Spokane. There are river strolls, parks, cascading waterfalls, snow sports and a numerous trails if you're looking to experience the abundant outdoor activities.
The outdoors not your thing? Check out the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture. The museum houses a collection of art and artifacts related to the history of the local region and other works of fine art.
NCAA Tournament in Spokane Ticket Prices
Tickets to the NCAA Tournament in Spokane are subject to change. Prices start at $73, and average about $132 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.