When: 7:30 p.m., April 3
Where: State Farm Arena
Before the big games, come see some of the best skills. Twenty-four athletes from men's and women's college basketball will participate in the slam dunk competition and three-point shooting championship. The event will be broadcast on ESPN.
Reese's Final Four Friday
When: April 3
Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Price: Free, open to the public
Before the games start, fans are invited to attend this family friendly event. Attendees will be able to see open team practices and get autographs from all-star team members.
March Madness Music Festival
When: April 3-5
Where: Centennial Olympic Park
Since 2010, the NCAA tournament has featured a music festival. The three-day festival is free to attend and expected to draw big names from the music world, although the exact acts have not yet been announced. In years past, artists such as Maroon 5, Katy Perry, Bruce Springsteen and Rihanna have performed. The event starts in the late afternoon and continues through the evening.
2020 Final Four Fan Fest
When: April 3-6
Where: Georgia World Congress Center
Price: $8 general admission, kids under 12 get in free
Fan Fest is a “sports wonderland,” featuring interactive games, athlete appearances, autograph opportunities and more. Fan Fest will be open throughout the weekend. You can even take a picture with the championship trophy.
Ready, Set, Dribble!
When: 3 p.m. April 5
Where: International Plaza at the Georgia World Congress Center
Dribble your way through downtown in an interactive parade of thousands of fans. This one-of-a-kind NCAA experience is open to those 18 and younger. The first 3,000 participants to sign up (beginning at 1 p.m.) will receive a T-shirt, Wilson basketball and free entry to the NCAA Final Four Fan Fest.