The NCAA Tournament in Saint Louis, Missouri
The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament will go to Saint Louis in 2020. The first and second round games of the 2020 tournament in Saint Louis will be played at Enterprise Center on Thursday, March 19 and Saturday, March 21.
NCAA Tournament at the Enterprise Center
As the primary indoor sports venue operating in Saint Louis, Enterprise Center holds more than 18,000 fans. The complex is home to the St. Louis Blues but used for a number of other sporting and concert events. The Enterprise Center recently completed their third phase of the arena's $150 million upgrades. The renovations includes a fan deck, kids zone, new gathering places, upgrades to the public concourses and concessions spaces.
What to Do in Saint Louis During the NCAA Tournament
Looking for some advice on what to do between tournament games? For thrill seekers, check out Six Flags St. Louis and roar at speeds of 62 mph on the Screaming Eagle wooden roller coaster. Check out one of the nation's leading zoological parks, the St. Louis Zoo, which is also free. And don't forget to take some time to marvel at the iconic stainless steel Gateway Arch.
NCAA Tournament in St. Louis Ticket Prices
Tickets to the NCAA Tournament in St. Louis are subject to change. Prices start at $56, and average about $161 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.