Join the slew of fans and the legendary Grateful Red student section at the Kohl Center when the Wisconsin Badgers host Michigan State Spartans Mens Basketball on Sunday, March 01, 2015.
Kohl Center Seating Information
There are over 17,000 seats at the Kohl Center, making it one of the largest venues in the Big Ten. The 7,000-plus seats in the lower level begin with Section 101 behind one of the nets, and continue around the venue in a clockwise direction to Section 128. The two upper levels each have roughly 4,500 seats in each of the balconies, and the 200 level consists of Sections 201-228, while the 300 level is made up of Sections 301-328.
Kohl Center General Information
To ensure the safety of all guests at the arena, the following items are not permitted inside: outside food and beverages, backpacks, large bags, lasers, banners, flags, signs, and noisemakers. Small, personal cameras and video cameras are allowed inside the venue, but large cameras with a professional lens are not permitted. Everyone entering the venue is subject to search and security has the right to deem any other items unsafe for entry. Re-entry is permitted only under special circumstances.
Kohl Center Parking Information
Limited on-site parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Drop-off points are located near the Nicholas Johnson Pavilion in Lot 88 and Dayton Street in front of the Kohl Center. If you opt not to drive, there are more than 20 different buses that stop less than two blocks away from the building.
Kohl Center Gate Times
Gates will likely open one hour before the start of the Badgers-Spartans game.
Kohl Center Accessibility
Season accessible parking is located in Lot 88, and may also be purchased on the day of the event if space is still available. There is ADA-accessible seating available on the Kohl Concourse and the Kellner Concourse on a first-come, first-served basis. Accessible elevators will be available, as well as a wheelchair rental through Guest Services.
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