MBB Big Ten Tourn. Tickets on Sale
Jan 21, 2004PARK RIDGE, IL - The Big Ten Conference and Indianapolis Local Organizing Committee (ILOC) today announced a limited amount of all-session tickets for the 2004 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament will go on sale this Friday, January 23 at 10 a.m. EST. Additionally, the Big Ten and ILOC announced that all-session tickets for the 2004 Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament remain on sale.
Conseco Fieldhouse will host the two events on back-to-back weeks, beginning with the 11th annual women's tournament on Thursday, March 4 through Monday, March 8, and the seventh annual men's tournament from Thursday, March 11 through Sunday, March 14.
The last time both the women's and men's basketball tournaments were held at the Conseco Fieldhouse in 2002, the women set an all-time attendance record with 35,846 fans attending the event for an average of 7,169 patrons per session. The men's tournament drew an average of 18,880 fans per session in 2002, including sellouts in the last four sessions.
2004 Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament All-Session Tickets
All-session tickets to the men's tournament, which include 10 games, cost $225 and will be available through the Conseco Fieldhouse box office (One Conseco Court, 125 S. Pennsylvania St.), all Ticketmaster outlets, Ticketmaster charge-by-phone numbers (317-239-5151 in Indianapolis) and www.ticketmaster.com. There will be a limit of 10 all-session tickets per order.
Ticketmaster charge-by-phone numbers local to Big Ten universities are: Champaign, Ill., (217) 351-2626; Bloomington, Ind., (812) 333-9955; Iowa City, Iowa, (319) 363-1888; Ann Arbor, Mich., (248) 645-6666; East Lansing, Mich., (517) 484-5656; Minneapolis, Minn., (651) 989-5151; Chicago / Evanston, Ill., (312) 559-1212; Columbus, Ohio, (614) 431-3600; University Park, Pa., (570) 693-4100; West Lafayette, Ind., (765) 743-5151 and Madison, Wis., (608) 255-4646.
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