- Sunday, March 15, 2020 @ 3:00 PM Add to cal
Tickets can be purchased online at ThePNCArena.com, the PNC Arena Box Office, or by phone at 1.800.745.3000.
Magic Pass event takes place from 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM. Before the game, take part in a once-in-a-lifetime experience with your family where you have an opportunity to spend time on the court with the Globetrotters – shooting, trying out ball tricks and getting autographs and photos! The unique pre-show, “Magic Pass,” will create memories of a lifetime. All customers must have a game ticket AND Magic Pass for entry. This includes all children as well as the parent(s)/guardian(s) wishing to accompany them. Soft/rubber soled shoes must be worn on court.
Visit Ticketmaster.com for pricing
*Ticket prices include local and state sales tax. Tickets purchased to events at PNC Arena are subject to a $4 per ticket facility fee + $3.50 Globetrotters fee.. Additional box office service charges may apply to tickets purchased at the PNC Arena Box Office windows.
Parking lots open at 12:30PM
Cars and Vans: $20
Stretch Limo, Bus, Mini-Bus, RV: $40
Premier Parking: $30 pre-purchase at box office only
No Professional Cameras (no detachable lenses), Standard Point-and-Shoot Only | No Video
The “Pushing the Limits” World Tour will up the ante and create even bigger moments and memories for Globetrotter fans. The Hall of Fame team’s 94th consecutive year will feature over 280 games through April in North America.
New to this year’s tour, and never been done before, include:
- Holders of 21 current world records, the Globetrotters will attempt a new world record live at each game on tour this year, hoping to add to their list of impressive accolades and innovations.
- In many markets, the Globetrotters will also perform their legendary pre-game “Magic Circle” ball handling warmups in the dark, using a glow in the dark Baden basketball to provide the illumination.
- The Globetrotters will celebrate their fans by introducing “The Fifth Quarter,” a free interactive post-game autograph session where fans will have the opportunity to meet the Globetrotters stars up close and personal.
As part of the tour, the Globetrotters will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the four-point shot, a shot 30-feet from the basket which they introduced to the sport in 2010. The team will also bring back its popular “Magic Pass” pre-game event, which enables fans to come onto the court, meet their favorite Globetrotters for pictures and autographs, and even learn how to spin a ball on their finger just like the stars.
“The Globetrotters have always been entertainers and innovators, and this season will be no exception,” said Head Coach and Globetrotter legend Lou Dunbar. “Our fans have come to expect more than just a great show, and this season promises to deliver more entertainment and excitement than ever before. We can’t wait to get the season started and create memories that last a lifetime!”
For more informaiton visit harlemglobetrotters.com.