Kentucky Basketball Ticket Information
Wear your blue and white this year by ordering Kentucky Wildcats basketball tickets this season from Vivid Seats. The University of Kentucky's men's basketball program is among the most prodigious programs in NCAA history. The demand for Kentucky basketball tickets is always tremendous in Lexington with fans vying for spots at every home game. When opposing teams come to take on the Wildcats in Lexington, they dread playing in front of the "Big Blue Nation".
Vivid Seats is the ticket broker NCAA fans turn to for great college basketball tickets. Like every season, UK fans buying Kentucky Wildcats basketball tickets are expecting big things from their team. Kentucky enjoys the nation's best attendance thanks to their die-hard fans. Check out the 2019-2020 Kentucky basketball schedule and Rupp Arena seating information is available right here on VividSeats.com! For 52 years, Adolph Rupp was the University of Kentucky's men's basketball head coach, winning four NCAA Championships in his tenure at the school. Purchase UK basketball tickets today through Vivid Seats and experience all that the deep-rooted tradition of Kentucky basketball has to offer.
Kentucky Wildcats Tournament Tickets
Don't use up all that blue paint, because if Kentucky plays like they usually do, there will be some postseason Final Four Tournament games for which you'll need show your UK spirit. While we don't have the paint, we do have NCAA Final Four Tickets and NCAA Championship basketball tickets, at the same low prices. Vividseats.com is the ultimate ticket broker.
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Sensational Run Sends Kentucky to Final Four
Having been picked as the 2013-14 preseason No. 1 in the national polls, it was evident to most early on that the Kentucky Wildcats were comprised of a national championship-caliber roster. By Week 3, however, the tide quickly began to turn and at the end of the regular season, UK found itself no longer in the top 25. But as sports fans know, all bets are off in the postseason, something that has proved especially true in regards to the always exciting, never predictable NCAA Tournament.
Despite the many bumps in the road the squad experienced throughout the season, there was likely little doubt regarding the kind of talent the Wildcats possessed. In hindsight, the necessary spark was ignited during the SEC Tournament, and carried right into March Madness, resulting in a run never before seen. As noted by USA Today, in defeating Wichita State, Louisville, and Michigan, Kentucky became the first team to beat three of the previous year’s Final Four teams, the first team to top the defending national champion and runner-up, and first team to triumph over a 35-0 opponent. For their efforts, the eighth-seeded Wildcats have earned a date in the Final Four with the second-seeded Wisconsin Badgers, who are making their first Final Four appearance under longtime coach, Bo Ryan. Meanwhile, it is the fifth for Kentucky’s John Calipari, who also led UK to a national title in 2012. The matchup will be the second of the night on April 5 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.