Single-session tickets now available for 2020 NCAAs

Always dreamed of being able to go the NCAAs ... but only have time to take in a single session?

Now you can! The 2020 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships are now offering college wrestling fans the opportunity to purchase single-session tickets in advance ... online.

For the first time in recent history, you can purchase tickets for any of the six sessions for the 2020 NCAA D1s, to be held Thursday, March 19 through Saturday, March 21 at US Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis. Each day will feature two sessions ... culminating with Session 6 -- the championship finals -- on Saturday night.

You can also purchase tickets for all six sessions as a package online.

Want to enhance your fan experience at the 2020 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships? Check out The NCAA Experience managed by PRIMESPORT. The NCAA Experience is an exclusive, 2-hour pre-session party located in the DeltaSky360 Club featuring early entry to U.S. Bank Stadium (30 minutes prior to general public), a limited open bar, delicious pre-match tailgate food, meet-and-greet with NCAA wrestling legends, photo opportunity with the NCAA Championships trophy and more! The NCAA Experience fan hospitality will open 60 minutes prior to each session. Tickets for The NCAA Experience may be purchased in advance online.

The NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships have always been THE big event on the U.S. amateur wrestling calendar. Now, this year, the championships will be bigger than ever ... thanks to the 2020 NCAAs being held for the first time in an indoor football stadium -- US Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis. This totally enclosed venue -- which resembles a huge, glassy Viking ship -- has a seating capacity of 66,860 for football, and 72,711 for the 2019 NCAA Division I men's basketball Final Four. These seating capacities are more than three times that of typical basketball/hockey arenas that have hosted NCAA Division I championships for the past few decades. And that means significantly greater numbers of amateur wrestling fans will have the opportunity to witness in THE major event of the college wrestling season in person.

And, while you're at the 2020 NCAAs, check out the free Fan Festival at the Armory, just two blocks west of US Bank Stadium. This annual festival -- held this year on Friday-Saturday, March 20-21 -- has so much for fans to take in. Watch Team USA wrestlers practice, attend autograph sessions and a coaches clinic, buy wrestling memorabilia, and take part in an NCAA semifinals preview show. Free and open to the public, the Fan Festival will be an added food and beverage outlet for wrestling fans between sessions.


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