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2009 NCAA Tournament: March Madness Site, Venue and Ticket Information

Plan your trip now and experience March Madness in person

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While there's something to be said for experiencing the NCAA Tournament from the comfort of your own couch, with your brackets spread out on the coffee table, a large platter of nachos and an itchy trigger finger on the remote control as you toggle between the different games on the Mega March Madness package...

There's nothing like being there in person. And while Final Four tickets are about as hard to come by as ducats for the Super Bowl, but seats for the first and second rounds or the Sweet Sixteen aren't nearly as much of a challenge. Check with the individual venues, or try the secondary market.

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2009 NCAA Tournament Venues

Opening Round: Tuesday, March 17
UD Arena, Dayton, OHHost: University of Dayton
First and Second Rounds: Thursday and Saturday, March 19 and 21
Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NCHost: Atlantic Coast Conference
Sprint Center, Kansas City, MOHost: Big 12 Conference
Wachovia Center, Philadelphia, PAHost: Saint Joseph's University
Rose Garden, Portland, ORHost: University of Oregon
First and Second Rounds: Friday and Sunday, March 20 and 22
Taco Bell Arena, Boise, IDHost: Boise State University
UD Arena, Dayton, OHHost: University of Dayton
American Airlines Arena, Miami, FLHost: Florida International University
HHH Metrodome, Minneapolis, MNHost: University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Regionals: Thursday and Saturday, March 26 and 28
East: TD Banknorth Garden, Boston, MAHost: Boston College
West: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZHost: Arizona State University
Regionals: Friday and Sunday, March 27 and 29
Midwest: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, INHost: Butler University/Horizon League
South: FedExForum, Memphis, TNHost: University of Memphis
Final Four: Saturday and Monday, April 4 and 6
Ford Field, Detroit, MIHost: University of Detroit-Mercy
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