The 2016 SEC College Basketball tournament will be played at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. Buy SEC basketball tickets or let us customize your travel package including hotel, flight, transportation and game tickets.
SEC Basketball Tournament Tickets
|Event||Date & Time||Venue||Availability|
|SEC Basketball Tournament - All Sessions Pass||March 9, 2016 - Time: TBA||Bridgestone Arena|
|SEC Basketball Tournament - Session 1||March 9, 2016 - 6:00 PM||Bridgestone Arena|
|SEC Basketball Tournament - Session 2||March 10, 2016 - 12:00 PM||Bridgestone Arena|
|SEC Basketball Tournament - Session 3||March 10, 2016 - 6:00 PM||Bridgestone Arena|
|SEC Basketball Tournament - Session 4||March 11, 2016 - 2:00 PM||Bridgestone Arena|
|SEC Basketball Tournament - Session 5||March 11, 2016 - 6:00 PM||Bridgestone Arena|
|SEC Basketball Tournament - Session 6||March 12, 2016 - 12:00 PM||Bridgestone Arena|
|SEC Basketball Tournament - Session 7||March 13, 2016 - 12:00 PM||Bridgestone Arena|
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SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament
The site of the SEC Men’s Tournament has rotated through the years and has been played at the Georgia Dome, Louisiana Superdome, Rupp Arena, and most recently Bridgestone Arena. The event pits all 14 SEC teams against each other in a tournament with the highest seeded teams facing the lower ranked seeds. The most recent winner of the tournament of the SEC Tournament was the University of Kentucky who defeated Arkansas 78-63 in 2015.
The team that has the most SEC Tournament victories is the University of Kentucky who have won the tournament 28 times. Other recent tournament winners were the University of Florida in 2014 and the University of Mississippi in 2013.
Bridgestone Arena will host the SEC Basketball Tournament until 2017, meaning travelers will get to stay in the Nashville Area during their tournament stay. When visiting Bridgestone Arena you are stepping into the home of the NHL’s Nashville Predators and previous host arena for the Women’s Final Four and first two rounds of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.
Bridgestone Arena holds 13,395 attendants for basketball games and has many unique features. The arena’s tower actually houses the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, and an XM Radio recording studio. The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame is a must visit for fans who wish to get a glimpse into Tennessee sports history among all of its state’s teams.
What to do in Nashville?
Nashville, Tennessee has many fun options for travelers that are staying in the area for the SEC Tournament. The Music City offers numerous venues to enjoy live music being performed nightly. The best destinations for music lovers would be venues located on the Honky Tonk Highway, home to many free music venues.
Nashville is also home to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The Country Music Hall of Fame holds many exhibits commemorating greats such as Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, and Kenny Rogers. Any tour through the museum is sure to bring joy to any country music fan.
Country music fans can also pay a visit to the RCA Studio B, the recording studio where famous musicians Elvis Pressley, Dolly Parton, and Roy Orbison have recorded their critically acclaimed music.
For travelers looking for something more unique, a visit to the Parthenon might be for you. We do not mean the Parthenon in Greece, but the Parthenon replica located in Nashville’s Centennial Park. The Nashville Parthenon also houses an art museum and gallery for your viewing pleasure.