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NCAA Men's Basketball Championship


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NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament

March Madness offers college hoops fans the ultimate in basketball intensity as 68 teams from across the country punch their tickets to the Big Dance and compete for the championship. Basketball devotees wait all season to fill out their brackets, cheer on their hometown heroes, and scope out promising NBA hopefuls as the nation's best college players take the court. March Madness has become one of the most anticipated television events of the year, but the thrills are even bigger inside the arena, where ticket buyers can hear the roar of the crowd feel the rumble of the action in person. The competition gets fiercer each weekend until the Final Four duke it out.

NCAA® Division I Men's Basketball Championship

The action, the drama, the madness - there's nothing like the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship. From the First Four® to the Final Four®, teams battle it out to survive and advance in the single-elimination tournament. But only one team returns home as the national champion. Known as The Big Dance, each team, including the Cinderella teams who make it further in the tournament than many expect, vies for their chance to cut the traditional net from the hoop in victory at the end. Student-athletes give it their all and fans flock to venues to show their support and catch all the hoop heroics live. Be a part of March Madness® with Ticketmaster Verified Tickets.

NCAA Sweet 16®

The pressure is on from the start of every NCAA tournament, and it only builds with each passing round. Sixty-eight teams tip off at the start, and by the second weekend only 16 teams will remain - the Sweet 16. The NCAA Sweet 16 teams then play regional semifinals for a chance to move onto the regional finals (and become part of the Elite Eight®) later in the weekend. Fans can score NCAA Sweet 16 tickets with Ticketmaster to catch every epic play and edge-of-your-seat moment live

NCAA Elite Eight®

Half of the teams in the NCAA Sweet 16 get eliminated, leaving the Elite Eight for the regional finals. And these teams are truly elite - only the most talented and dedicated make it to this prestigious round of the NCAA tournament. Fans with Elite Eight tickets bring tons of passion and enthusiasm to the stands, cranking up the excitement at every matchup. The four games take place at the end of the second weekend, and winners advance to the Final Four®.

NCAA Final Four®

It all comes down to this. Student-athletes have pushed themselves hard to make it to the Final Four®, and they need to push themselves even harder to become the national champions. Fans score tickets to cheer their hearts out from the stands - and to give their team an edge. Each team is the champion of their region (East, South, Midwest and West) and must clutch the win to move on to the Men’s Basketball Championship taking place the following Monday. Featuring the two top teams in college basketball, the national championship game never fails to deliver an action-packed, white-knuckle finish to the entire tournament.

March Madness History

Ever since the first NCAA Division 1 Men's Basketball Championship was held in 1939, March Madness has gripped basketball fans across the country as top-tier amateurs lay it all on the line for a shot at glory. Originally played with a bracket of eight teams, both the tournament's number of competitors and its popularity have expanded exponentially in its 75+ years of existence. Today, 68 teams tango in one of four regional brackets (East, South, Midwest, and West) as the hoops hysteria spreads to arenas across the country. From perennial favorites to bracket-busting Cinderella stories, the tournament has seen it all, and fans won't want to miss a second of the unpredictable action hitting the hardwood this spring.


Rating: 4.1 out of 5 based on 2696 reviews
  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    First time- NCAA National Championship Game 2024

    by LKJ on 4/10/24

    Decided last minute to purchase tickets to the NCAA Championship game in Glendale AZ. Best decision ever!! I was hoping to witness Purdue winning their 1st natty title!! Also got to meet Charles Barkley!! Highly recommend. #UNC #UofA

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Great Sweet 18 Elite 8 experience

    by The Doctor on 4/5/24Little Caesars Arena - Detroit

    Great overall experience with ticket master for tickets

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    1st loft seat

    by Rip on 4/3/24American Airlines Center - Dallas

    First time in a loft was a great experience. Great view of the game! Would love to get another loft seat again in the future.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Great Time

    by LB on 4/2/24TD Garden - Boston

    It was a great chance to spend with my daughter Julie. She is a UCONN grad and we had a great time.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Great time!

    by Josh G on 4/1/24American Airlines Center - Dallas

    The NCAA tourney is always a great experience. From the actual games to the service people, it was an amazing experience. If it’s here again we will be attending again. We’ve been every year since 08.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Don't Schedule for TV, Consider the Fans

    by Mike in PA on 3/27/24Gainbridge Fieldhouse - Indianapolis

    The games and the venue were just fine, but WHO decided to start the afternoon two game session at 2:00pm and the evening session at 7:25pm. This required the full arena to be vacated after the second game then immediately re-filled for the evening session. It was clear even before the games started that this would be impossible. If the afternoon session had started at 1:00pm (or even 12:30pm?) this would have been quite easy to do. We realize that TV sets the times and their focus is NOT on in-person fan convenience. That's unfortunate. It's all about the money. Maybe treat your in-person fans better next year! Mike

  • Rating: 5 out of 5


    by EMB on 3/27/24Gainbridge Fieldhouse - Indianapolis

    My husband and I really enjoyed the games. He was a little disappointed that the concession stands closed right after halftime . Over all we had a good time

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Have more fan events

    by Sicembears on 3/27/24FedExForum - Memphis

    I was recently at the Big 12 tournament in Kansas City. Lots of fun activities. Make your own trading cards, take pictures with mascots. The streets were lined off to make a fun atmosphere. The NCAA tournament has nothing like that. Show up, watch games, leave. Okay, that's what the ticket is for, but if you want to create a memorable experience, add something to attract fans to stay longer outside and probably spend more in the city. The Super Bowl does this too.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Complete madness!

    by Jaymers on 3/26/24PPG Paints Arena - Pittsburgh

    2 games, 3 OT's! Super fun March Madness! Wish there was more gear there for sale! My son and I were hoping for team hoodies or really anything geared to our first tourney game in person. Awesome experience!

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Great time in Pittsburgh - round 2 NCAA

    by Ace on 3/26/24PPG Paints Arena - Pittsburgh

    Beautiful city and the tickets and facility were great