Tickets can still be had for the 2010 Final Four in Indianapolis, you just need to know where to look. Here are some places to get individual game tickets, all-session passes, and complete travel packages.
There's much more to do in Indianapolis besides watching the games. Indianapolis is the capital of Indiana, and the 14th largest city in the U.S, so there is plenty to see. Some of our favorites:
There's more to the Final Four than just the games.. check out these other exciting events the NCAA has to offer. Info culled from NCAA.com and other sources:
Thursday, April 1 - Monday, April 5
Bracket Town refreshed by Coca-Cola Zero
Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis, host of the 2010 Final Four, is easily accessible by car from Interstate Highway's 65 & 70. Over 40,000 parking spaces are within walking distance of the stadium. You can find information about specific lots here.
The 2011 NCAA Tournament culminates with the Final Four in Houston, TX. Houston will also be the home of the Final Four in 2016. The format of the 2011 Tournament will be the same as usual, although there has been talk of expanding the event in future years, it will not impact 2011.
The Lousiana Superdome, which will host the 2012 Final Four, gets a test run here in the Regional Finals. Interestingly, the Regional Finals will be played at 2 massive 30,000+ stadiums (Superdome & Alamodome), and 2 standard arenas.
Following this year's Final Four, the action will move to Atlanta.
Last Year: 2011 Houston
April 3 and April 5, 2010
Lucas Oil Stadium