The 2015 Final Four takes place April 4th and April 6th at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. The format remains consistent from previous years with a total of 3 games played divided into 2 sessions (Semifinals and Finals). Saturday, April 6th is when the Semifinal games (Session 1) are played with one in the late afternoon and one in the evening. The two Semifinal winners then square off the evening of Monday, April 8th (Session 2) in the NCAA Final Four Championship Game.
TicketCity offers ability to purchase tickets to both sessions, just Session 1 (Semis) or just Session 2 (Championship). Locations and dates for the 2015 & 2016 NCAA Final Four have been determined are: 2015 – Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN (April 4th and 6th) and 2016 – NRG Stadium in Houston, TX (April 2nd and 4th). Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Final Four basketball tickets.
Traditionally used as the home of the NFL's Indianapolis Colts, Lucas Oil Stadium is no stranger to hosting basketball events. Having held the 2010 Final Four and the Midwest Sweet 16 and Elite 8 games in 2019, 2013, and 2014, the 70,000+ seat stadium knows how to bring college hoops to life. In the past Lucas Oil Stadium has cut the stadium in half for basketball events by placing the court along sections 124-128 and bringing in additional court side seating to surround the court. The Lucas Oil Stadium basketball seating chart utilizes all six levels of the stadium as well as providing 14 additional floor sections.
TicketCity at the Final Four in Indianapolis
The TicketCity team will be in Indianapolis at the Final Four for your convenience and ticket needs. We have a pick up location close to the Lucas Oil Stadium area for customers who wish to purchase tickets to either the semi-finals or finals right up to tip off. If you have any questions or need last minute tickets, we will be there to help.
The NCAA Men's Basketball Championship has become so popular in the United States that it earned a month to call its own, "March Madness". The tournament began in 1939 and only featured eight teams. Before 1975, just one team from each conference could reach the “Big Dance” after winning their conference tournament. The tournament gradually expanded over the years to accommodate the rise of new basketball programs.
In its current format, there are now 68 teams, eight of which play in four games that determine the last few seeds dubbed the "First Four." Bids into the tournament are still decided by the winners of conference championships, but "Selection Sunday" has also become a major event as well. The tournament culminates in the Final Four, which is one of the most-watched events in American sports. The event is usually held at a larger venue like the Mercedes-Benz Superdome or the Georgia Dome and has an atmosphere similar to the Super Bowl. Over the years, the Final Four has seen the rise of new basketball powerhouses and the demise of others, and there's truly nothing like it on the collegiate or professional level. With a yearly rotation that spans many of the country's biggest sporting arenas, there's a good chance that one of America's biggest sporting events could be coming to a city near you in the near future. For more in-depth details on previous final four match ups and winners checkout our Final Four Champions and Final Four history detail pages.
2014 Men's Final Four Recap
In a bracket that left many in shock in the early rounds of the tournament, it was only right to have a Final Four between a #8 seed and a #7 seed. Kentucky managed to advance to the Championship Game after 3 straight buzzer beater shots to get them past Louisville, Michigan, and Wisconsin while UConn pulled out a flush sending home a #1, #2, #3, and #4 seed to land their spot in the Championship.
The first half of the Championship game between the Huskies and Wildcats brought an early surge from UConn with the help of Shabazz Napier who landed 15 points with 3 long range three's. KU would find their rhythm with a little over 3 minutes left in the half making a 16-5 run to end the half trailing Connecticut by 4. Kentucky came out of halftime to take an immediate stance and keep the game within one point but continued to have trouble with the Huskies. In the end UConn, who's odds to win the tournament were 100 to 1, claimed their National Title with a 60-54 win over Kentucky to give the school it's 4th NCAA Tournament win.
Final Four Indianapolis Event Guide
What time do the gates open at Lucas Oil Stadium for the Final Four?
Gates open approximately two and half hours before tipoff.
What is the best way to get to Lucas Oil Stadium for the 2015 Final Four?
It’s in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, so if you can walk or take a taxi from where you’re staying, that would be your best bet. Otherwise we suggest buying a parking pass ahead of time and driving.
How can I get cheap NCAA Final Four tickets?
TicketCity offers a large selection of Final Four tickets which includes some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Final Four ticket prices fluctuate based on demand for the games. Bigger matchups typically push demand higher & ticket prices. The opposite can happen if the Final Four matchups are less intriguing. Marquee teams, like the Kentucky Wildcats, Duke Blue Devils, North Carolina Tar Heels, and other teams with large fan bases, can drive up Final Four ticket prices. The Final Four is one of the biggest sporting events in the country, so if you’re looking for cheap tickets you may want to act early before the big push during the tournament.