March Madness 2024 locations

The schedule for the 2024 men’s basketball NCAA tournament, popularly known as “March Madness,” has been revealed as the 2023–24 season draws near. The Final Four is slated to take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on April 6 and 7, with the First Four games starting on Tuesday, March 19, in Dayton,…

The schedule for the 2024 men’s basketball NCAA tournament, popularly known as “March Madness,” has been revealed as the 2023–24 season draws near. The Final Four is slated to take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on April 6 and 7, with the First Four games starting on Tuesday, March 19, in Dayton, Ohio.

The following cities will host the 2024 March Madness: Omaha, Nebraska; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Spokane, Washington; Brooklyn, New York; Charlotte, North Carolina; Indianapolis, Indiana; Omaha, Nebraska; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Salt Lake City, Utah; and Memphis, Tennessee. Boston, Massachusetts (East); Dallas, Texas (South); Detroit, Michigan (Midwest); and Los Angeles, California (West) will host the regional semifinals and finals.

Choosing On Sunday, March 17, the games will take place before the release of the 68-team bracket. Below are the exact dates and locations for the Division I men’s NCAA tournament in 2024.

In the interim, save Joe Lunardi’s ESPN Bracketology to your bookmarks for field projections that include “on the bubble” teams. The 2023–24 regular season and conference tournaments, commonly referred to as “Champ Week”—will see several updates to the bracket in the run-up to Selection Sunday.

Men’s March Madness 2024 schedule, sites, locations

Selection Sunday: March 17

First Four: March 19-20

  • UD Arena, Dayton

First round (round of 64): March 21

  • Spectrum Center, Charlotte
  • CHI Health Center, Omaha
  • PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh
  • Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City

First round (round of 64): March 22

  • Barclays Center, Brooklyn
  • Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Indianapolis
  • FedExForum, Memphis
  • Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena, Spokane

Second round (round of 32): March 23

  • Spectrum Center, Charlotte
  • CHI Health Center, Omaha
  • PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh
  • Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City

Second round (round of 32): March 24

  • Barclays Center, Brooklyn
  • Gainbridge Fieldhouse, Indianapolis
  • FedExForum, Memphis
  • Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena, Spokane

Sweet 16 (regional semifinals): March 28

  • TD Garden, Boston
  • Crypto.com Arena, Los Angeles

Sweet 16 (regional semifinals): March 29

  • American Airlines Center, Dallas
  • Little Caesars Arena, Detroit

Elite Eight (regional finals): March 30

  • TD Garden, Boston
  • Crypto.com Arena, Los Angeles

Elite Eight (regional finals): March 31

  • American Airlines Center, Dallas
  • Little Caesars Arena, Detroit

Final Four (national semifinals & national championship): April 6, 8

  • State Farm Stadium, Glendale

Similar Posts