TBT at Capital University
$2 Million. Winner Takes All!
The Capital Center | Columbus, Ohio
July 19-21, 2019
All tickets can be used as an all-day pass. Re-entry is permitted. Tickets are non-transferable. General admission seating and court-side seating options available, first come, first serve.
WILL CALL is located at the main entrance of The Capital Center on the East Mound Street side of the building.
Friday, July 19
|Game 1 - Opponents TBA||1pm|
|Game 2 - Opponents TBA||3pm|
|Game 3 - Opponents TBA||5pm|
|Game 4 - Opponents TBA||7pm|
Saturday, July 20
|Game 5 - Winner of games 1/2||12pm|
|Game 6 - Winner of games 3/4||2pm|
Sunday, July 21
|Game 7 - Regional Championship||12pm|
THE FACILITY - THE CAPITAL CENTER
Opened in 2001, the Capital Center is a 126,000-square-foot recreational and athletic complex that includes a 2,100-seat performance arena, a 3,000-seat Bernlohr Stadium, a 51,000-square-foot multipurpose forum, a 5,000-square-foot fitness center, and a multitude of offices, classrooms and hospitality areas.
Fan parking will be available in the S1 and S2 lots on the Capital University campus. Parking is $5 per car. Please see the campus map below for directions to designated lots.
Capital University shall assume no liability or responsibility for theft, damage, or loss that may occur during use of parking facilities or services. Individuals choosing to park at Capital University do so at their own risk. Damage due to, misuse or defacing of Capital University property or facilities is prohibited and subject to citation and/or criminal prosecution.
Campus Map (.pdf)
VISITOR'S GUIDE / CITIES OF BEXLEY AND COLUMBUS
Capital University is nestled in the small village of Bexley and is mere minutes away from Downtown Columbus. For directions to Capital, dining and hospitality options, please click on the links below.
Dining options in Bexley (TripAdvisor)
- Guests should cheer positively for their team and refrain from taunting, threatening, vulgar, abusive, racist, sexist, or demeaning remarks or gestures directed towards the coaches, student-athletes, fans, staff and game officials.
- Guests should respect all facility regulations.
- Guests should sit only in their ticketed seats and show their tickets when requested, should not stand on seats, should not stand in the aisles, should not enter the playing area and should not throw any items onto the playing area.
- Guests should follow all local, state, or federal laws and will follow the instructions of event staff.
- Guests appearing intoxicated, inebriated or showing other signs of impairment related to alcohol consumption or drug use may be denied entry and may be subject to ejection. Intervention with an intoxicated or impaired guest will be handled in a prompt and safe manner.
- Guests should wear clothing without obscene or indecent messages. Guests will remove or cover up such clothing deemed offensive or obscene upon request.
Guests are subject to visual inspection of person, parcels, bags, and clothing capable of concealing prohibited items. Guests may refuse inspections but management reserves the right to refuse entry.
As a general rule, any items that obstruct the view of other guests or that can be used as projectiles, that interfere with the comfort of other guests or are deemed inappropriate/hazardous by stadium security are prohibited.
- Large bags and backpacks are NOT permitted inside the arena. Guests with such an item will be instructed to return it to their vehicle. We reserve the right to inspect any and all items – guests who refuse a search may be denied entry.
- Banners, posters and signs
- Poles or sticks
- Outside food and beverages, coolers, bottles and cans are not permitted.
- Any type of laser object is strictly prohibited. Any guest found using such an object is subject to immediate ejection and confiscation of the object. In addition, game delays created by use of such objects could result in a penalty to the home team.
- Noise-making devices are not permitted including but not limited to: horns, whistles, filled milk jugs, and bells. Guests may bring a small portable radio or television as long as they listen with an earpiece or headphones and it doesn’t obstruct other guests or aisle access.
- Animals (except service animals assisting guests with disabilities)
- Fireworks or explosives
- Helium balloons and beach balls
- Illegal Drugs
- Weapons of any kind (can include pocket knives, wallet chains, tools and jewelry)
- Any items that in the judgment of venue management may pose a safety hazard or diminish the enjoyment of an event by other guests.
Re-entry into The Capital Center is permitted with a valid ticket purchase.
More information will be provided at a later time.
Please note: live video streaming or coverage will not be permitted outside of ESPN. This includes the use of Facebook Live, Instagram Live, Periscope and other live streaming social media channels. Local TV may record video for news-related highlights but may not exceed two (2) minutes in length.
TEAM AND PLAYER INFORMATION
More information will be provided at a later time.
MORE INFORMATION ON TBT
TBT is 64-team tournament of top-notch professional basketball, featuring college alumni teams, international basketball stars, ex-NBA players and future NBA players competing in a single-elimination 5-on-5 tournament. Columbus is one of eight regional host sites along with Greensboro, N.C., Lexington, Ky., Memphis, Tenn., Richmond, Va., Salt Lake City, Utah, Syracuse, N.Y., and Wichita, Kansas. The champions from each regional site will move on to Championship Weekend to play for the $2 million, winner-take-all prize in Chicago from August 1-6.