INDIANAPOLIS — You’ll soon be able to attend an Indiana Pacers game again.
The Pacers announced Friday morning that, starting January 24, they’ll be selling about 1,000 tickets per game.
“Our team is incredibly excited to have fans back in the seats, and we appreciate the immense work done to prepare,” said Pacers President of Basketball Operations Kevin Pritchard. “We have some of the most passionate fans in the league, and we look forward to having them back at the Fieldhouse.”
As you can imagine, there will be plenty of safety guidelines put in place.
- Fans must complete an online health screening prior to arrival and show confirmation before entering the Fieldhouse
- Fans must wear face masks at all times when not actively eating or drinking. Neck gaiters, bandanas, and masks with vents or vales will not be allowed.
- Fans will be seated in groups away from others not in their parties
- Ticketing will be completely mobile
- Cash will not be allowed at the Fieldhouse, only debit and credit cards
- Concession food items will be individually packaged, and staff will use appropriate PPE and be separated from guests by plexiglass
- More than 300 hand sanitizer dispensers will be located throughout the Fieldhouse
- All restrooms now have automatic faucets, soap dispensers and towel dispensers
- Fans will have to social distance, six feet away from others, while standing in line for security and concession stands
Tickets will go on sale starting Tuesday, January 19, at Pacers.com, BankersLifeFieldhouse.com and in-person at the Fieldhouse box office.
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