Feb 17, 2016


Family Packs feature four tickets, four hot dogs or slices of pizza and four soft drinks for all the college hoops action on first or second day of the horizon league tournament

DETROIT – The Horizon League and Olympia Entertainment today announced that Family Packs are now available for the first two days of the 2016 Horizon League Men’s Basketball Championship at Joe Louis Arena running from March 5-8.

Fans can catch all four games on Saturday, March 5, or the two quarterfinal games on Sunday, March 6. This special ticket offer includes four tickets, four hot dogs or slices of pizza and four soft drinks, starting at the low price of $74. Additional tickets and food vouchers are also available at the same rate ($18.50 each).

The popular basketball tournament features all 10 league members: Cleveland State, Detroit, Green Bay, Milwaukee, Northern Kentucky, Oakland, UIC, Valparaiso, Wright State and Youngstown State. All nine games of the Horizon League Men’s Basketball Championship will be carried live on ESPN networks.

Fans can purchase Horizon League Family Packs by visiting or by calling the Joe Louis Arena Ticket Sales & Service Office at 313-471-7575.

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Basketball fans can catch all the action of “Motor City Madness” by purchasing all-session or flex ticket packages. Starting at $45, all-session tickets include tickets to all nine games of the Horizon League Tournament in their team’s respective fan blocks. Fans purchasing all-session tickets will also receive a voucher for a complimentary T-shirt, which can be redeemed throughout the tournament on the Joe Louis Arena concourse.

Flex ticket packages include a coupon book with 10 general admission tickets. A $150 value, each coupon book costs $100, with each coupon good for any open upper bowl general admission seat on any day of the tournament. Coupons can be upgraded to a lower bowl reserved seat for $5 per day.

Additionally, fans can purchase single-session tickets in their school’s fan block starting at $15. Single-session seats outside a designated fan block go on sale Monday, Feb. 22.

Each day serves as its own session, with fan re-entry allowed on the opening day of the tournament, Saturday, March 5. The first round will see four games contested, beginning at 12 p.m. ET. Sunday and Monday sessions will each feature two games ahead of Tuesday night’s championship at 7 p.m. ET.

Student tickets are also available starting at $10 and can be purchased at the Joe Louis Arena Box Office.

All-session, flex and single-session tickets can be purchased by visiting or by calling the Joe Louis Arena Ticket Sales & Service Office at 313-471-7575.

About the Horizon League:

The Horizon League is an NCAA Division I athletics conference comprised of 10 member institutions located throughout the Midwest’s major metropolitan cities. Headquartered in Indianapolis, the league and its members strive to be highly competitive athletically while committing to the total development of its student-athletes and creating a lasting impact on campus and in the community.

To learn more about the Horizon League, visit and follow @HorizonLeague on Twitter and Instagram and at