Sweet Sixteen 2020
We feel a great sense of responsibility to our fans to ensure that their health and safety is put above all else. With that being said, we regret to inform you that the 2020 NCAA Tournament has been cancelled due to health concerns over COVID-19 (Coronavirus). As lovers of live events, this is extremely disappointing for us, but our primary concern has and will always be the safety of our customers. We are working around the clock to stay up to date on everything, but in the meantime, fans who have any questions regarding purchased tickets or any concerns over this matter should click here.
More than any other round, the Sweet 16 is where the contenders stand out from the pretenders. After battling through the first two rounds, the second weekend of the tournament is a true test for many teams, and where runs often end for upstart "Cinderella" schools. Sweet 16 winners advance to the Elite 8 for a shot at the Final Four.
For the 2020 tournament, the regional semifinals (the Sweet 16) games will be played in four locations: Louisville, Amaheim, Washington D.C., and Kansas City. The Sweet 16 and Elite 8 games take place on a Thursday/Saturday and Friday/Sunday schedule. Fans can purchase "Full Strip" tickets for both days of games, the first session (Sweet 16 games only), or the second session (Elite 8 only).
2020 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 Sites and Dates
|Los Angeles, CA||Staples Center||March 26 & 28|
|Indianapolis, IN||Lucas Oil Stadium||March 26 & 28|
|New York, NY||Madison Square Garden||March 27 & 29|
|Houston, TX||Toyota Center||March 27 & 29|
Sweet 16 Ticket Prices
Tickets to Sweet 16 games are subject to change depending on the location and team matchups. Prices range from an average of about $544 for two Sweet 16 games in Los Angeles to about $759 in New York. Overall, 2019 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 tickets resold for an average of $303, though individual tickets were available for price points both lower and higher than that figure depending on the specific seating section.
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.