July 31-August 2, 2020 | Entertainment and Sports Arena | Washington, DC

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Washington Regional Schedule

Friday, July 31
Round 1

Game 1 | 3:30PM EDT • ESPN3
Game 2 | 5:30PM EDT • ESPN3
Game 3 | 7:30PM EDT • ESPN3
Game 4 | 9:30PM EDT • ESPN3

Saturday, August 1
Round 2

Game 5 | 5:00PM EDT • ESPN3
Game 6 | 7:00PM EDT • ESPN3

Sunday, August 2
Round 3

Game 7 | 2:30PM EDT • ESPN3

Game times are subject to change.

Ticket Information

  • Tickets are valid for the full day's game schedule.
  • Ticket tiers include: General Admission $25, Courtside $100.
  • Discounted tickets for: Military, Students, and Children. (Free for Children 3 and under.)
  • Weekend "All-Session" Passes are also available for $60.
  • Re-entry is not allowed. Tickets are non-transferable.
  • Will Call is located at the Box Office Entrance on Oak Drive SE (mid-block entrance).

Venue

Prohibited Items

A list of prohibited items can be found here

TBT reserves the right to search any bag and prohibit any attendee (player or fan) from bringing in any other item not listed above.

Entertainment and Sports Arena

1100 Oak Drive SE
Washington, DC 20032
Get Directions

The Entertainment and Sports Arena (which officially opened in September 2018), is a 118,000-square-foot multi-purpose events facility, located on the St. Elizabeths East Campus, in Congress Heights, a residential neighborhood in southeast Washington, D.C. The arena is home to the ​2019 WNBA Champion Washington Mystics, the NBA G-League Capital City Go-Go and the CAA Men's Basketball Championship. In addition, it houses a practice facility for the Washington Wizards of the NBA.

Venue is air conditioned.

Parking Information

Two parking lots will be available – the Red and Green lots.

To access the Red Lot – enter off Martin Luther King Jr. Ave SE (2700 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave SE). To access the Green Lot – enter through Malcom X Ave SE and 8th Street SE (2915 8th Street SE).

The Entertainment & Sports Arena has also partnered with ParkWhiz, to find and book parking before you get there. Click here to book your parking space.

By Metro - The Entertainment and Sports Arena is a 5 minute walk from the Congress Heights Metro Station on the Green Line. Walk through the kiss & ride parking lot, alongside the Blue Lot and make a right on Oak Dr. SE. The Arena will be in front of you. Get detailed directions and more information on WMATA.com .

About Washington Regional

The DMV has been very kind to TBT over the years, with many memorable games in Richmond and Baltimore. TBT will now head to Washington D.C. for the first time, as the nation’s capital will serve host to the nation’s premier basketball tournament from July 31-August 2. The University of Maryland, University of Virginia and Virginia Tech are all rumored to be entering alumni teams, potentially beefing up a region that already has strong alumni teams from George Mason, Richmond, and Old Dominion. Who will be crowned the King of D.C.? Stay tuned...

Hotels

Local hotel information with discounted rates will be coming soon.

Media Requests

To request a media credential for the 2020 TBT Washington D.C. Regional please fill out the form.

Volunteer Opportunties

If you’d like to volunteer for our Washington D.C. Regional, please email us at info@thetournament.com and provide your resume, as well as which day(s) you’re available.