Returning to Lucas Oil Stadium for the first time since 2010, the 2015 Final Four will get underway from Indianapolis with two semifinal games on April 4, followed by the highly anticipated national championship on April 6. This year marks the seventh time overall that Indianapolis has been the end of the road for the NCAA Tournament, though it won't be back again until 2021. Ensure your spot inside the stadium this year to experience the exciting conclusion to March Madness live from one of the best host cities in the country.
Lucas Oil Stadium Seating Information
Inside the spacious stadium, choose from three distinct levels of seating options for the Final Four. Located closest to the court, the Street Level spans each baseline and sideline, with the Upper Street sections extending into the 200 Level. With many of these sections being brought in temporarily, actual seating and views may differ from that of the permanent stadium-style seating. Meanwhile, the Loge Level comprises the 300 and 400 Levels, and Terrace Level seating can be found in the 600 Level of Lucas Oil Stadium. To view the Suites selection available for the Final Four, click the corresponding box below the seating chart or browse through the listings on this page. Any special instructions left by the seller will be signified by a "Notes" icon within the listing.
Lucas Oil Stadium General Information
Unless otherwise specified, expect Lucas Oil Stadium staff to enforce venue policies typical of those for NFL games, which would require that any bags brought to the Final Four be clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC, and not exceeding 12" x 6" x 12." Prohibited items typically include outside food and drink, air horns, whistles, weapons, and anything else deemed unsafe. The use of personal cameras without a detachable zoom lens is generally permitted. With heightened security at the venue likely to be in place due to the Final Four, fans will be subject to search and are therefore encouraged to travel lightly to the venue.
Lucas Oil Stadium Parking Information
Ample parking is available in close proximity to Lucas Oil Stadium, but will be on a first-come, first-served basis, and various fees will apply. Note that some lots may be cash only so plan accordingly. Aside from public parking garages, some hotels around downtown may also have parking available.
Lucas Oil Stadium Gate Times
Lucas Oil Stadium gates typically open two hours before the scheduled start of an event, but this is subject to change in the case of the Final Four and national championship, which may allow for earlier entry times.
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