Tickets On Sale Dec. 29 For 2017 Little Caesars Horizon League Championship


Tickets On Sale Dec. 29 For 2017 Little Caesars Horizon League Championship
Monday, December 26, 2016

Release courtesy Horizon League

INDIANAPOLIS – All tickets for the 2017 Little Caesars Horizon League Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championship at Joe Louis Arena will go on sale Thursday, Dec. 29 at 10 a.m. ET. Fans can purchase tickets at MotorCityMadness.HorizonLeague.com/tickets, the Joe Louis Arena Box Office, or the Joe Louis Arena Ticket Sales and Service Office at 313-471-7575.

With tickets starting at $15 per day, the annual conference championship set to take place March 3-7 will feature all 20 teams playing in 18 games during a five-day span in Detroit.

“Motor City Madness,” which will feature the men’s and women’s tournament held in the same venue, will include a pair of championship games on March 7 with automatic berths to the NCAA Basketball Tournament on the line.

Starting at $45, all-session tickets will cover all 18 games of the tournament. Fans can purchase school fan section tickets until March 1 by visiting MotorCityMadness.HorizonLeague.com/tickets and clicking on the appropriate school link.

Fans purchasing an all-session ticket before February 20 will also receive a complimentary “Motor City Madness” team hat, which will be redeemable throughout the tournament on the Joe Louis Arena concourse.

Last year, “Motor City Madness” welcomed 20,908 fans to Joe Louis Arena, as the men’s tournament was played in Detroit for the first time. With Little Caesars Arena set to open in the fall of 2017, this is the final season that the championship will be hosted at Joe Louis Arena. Affectionately known as the “Farewell Season at the Joe,” this year’s tournament is one of several events to be hosted at the historic venue.

The ESPN family of networks will televise all 18 games, on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 or ESPNU.

The Horizon League men’s and women’s basketball tournament is returning to a single-site format for the first time since 1992. For the latest information on teams, fan activities and the city of Detroit, visit MotorCityMadness.HorizonLeague.com.