DateMarch 10 – 11, 2020
DoorsAll doors open at 1:00PM
AvailabilityOn Sale Now
For more than two decades, The TD Garden has proudly hosted multiple MIAA (Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association) tournaments for local high school athletes and their fans. Once again, the MIAA basketball state semifinals will return to the Boston Celtics parquet.
Doors will open at 1:00 PM on both days. Start time will be as follows:
|MATCHUP | TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 2020||TIME|
|MATIGNON vs. CATHEDRAL||2:00PM|
|BRIDGEWATER/RAYNHAM vs. ANDOVER||5:30pm|
|LYNN ENGLISH vs. MANSFIELD||7:15pm|
|MATCHUP | WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 2020||TIME|
|ST. MARY'S VS. ROCKLAND||2:00PM|
|ST. MARY'S VS. BURKE||3:45pm|
|FOXBORO vs. NORTH READING||5:30PM|
|WHITMAN HANSON vs. BEVERLY||7:15PM|
Supported by TD Garden’s philanthropic arm, Garden Neighborhood Charities, the long-standing partnership between the MIAA and the TD Garden provides these young athletes with a truly unique experience of playing in a world-renowned arena. In addition to playing under the same roof that houses more championship banners than any other arena in the country, players and fans are treated to an NBA caliber game presentation, featuring music and instant replays on the Garden HDX scoreboard.
Tickets are $15.00 and are on sale now at ticketmaster.com or at TD Garden Box Office. Tickets are all general admission and are valid for all games scheduled for the date printed on the ticket.
Limited Ticket Inventory
Special ticket inventory is released for various events throughout the year. Call 617-624-1847 to speak to someone from our staff to learn more.
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Tickets are available online, at the TD Garden Box Office & all Ticketmaster outlets.
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