Kansas City COVID Comeback: Big 12 Basketball Tournament Tix Now On Sale Despite THIRD WAVE Variant Concern

Sent our way recently, our KICK-ASS CANUCK TKC READERS share news about the potential COVID third wave they're coping in the Great White North as virus variants dominate global headlines.

Meanwhile, in this cowtown desperate plea to return to party life has dominated the discourse and dictated public health policy. 

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KMBC: Limited capacity tickets on sale Friday for Big 12 Basketball Tournament in Kansas City

Deets:

Tickets for both the men's and women's tournaments here in Kansas City go on sale at noon Friday.

For both tournaments capacity will be capped at 20 percent, meaning around 3,800 fans will be allowed inside for the men's tournament, which runs March 10-13 at the T-Mobile Center. Those tickets will be sold on the T-Mobile Center website.

Capacity will be capped at around 2,000 fans for the women's tournament that runs from March 11-14 at Municipal Auditorium. Those tickets will be released through Ticketmaster.

Like what we saw at Arrowhead Stadium this season, seats will be sold in pods, and those pods will be distanced from each other.

Developing . . .

Comments

Anonymous said…
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Anonymous said…
Thank you, Almighty Lord, for giving us Donald J. Trump in a time of great need to deliver a COVID vaccine in record time because of his business management expertise and can-do attitude. Amen.
Anonymous said…
not good for kansas city.