Everyone, regardless of age, must have a ticket to enter any University of Tennessee ticketed athletic event. There are no refunds or exchanges. Photo ID is required to pick up tickets at Will Call.
2014-15 Season Ticket Renewal Period will be July 1 - July 30, 2014.PREMIUM SEATING OPTIONS
Click here to request more information on premium seating options for Tennessee women's basketball or call the Tennessee Fund at (865) 974-1218.GROUP TICKETS
Inquiries regarding group tickets should be directed to IMG Learfield Ticket Solutions by phone at (865) 946-7000 or via e-mail.IMG LEARFIELD TICKET SOLUTIONS
In 2011, Tennessee joined with IMG Learfield Ticket Solutions to assist with its efforts to sell tickets for football, men's basketball, women's basketball and baseball. Housed on campus in the Brenda Lawson Athletic Center, IMG Learfield College Ticket Solutions representatives help provide more personal customer service to a wider range of groups, season-ticket and mini-plan buyers.
For more information, or to speak with a representative, call (865) 946-7000. » More informationELECTRONIC TICKET SCANNING
All tickets will be electronically scanned to verify authenticity. Tickets will be scanned each time a patron enters the arena. Once a ticket has been scanned upon entry, it cannot be reused by another guest. Customers assume all risks for tickets purchased through a source other than the University of Tennessee Athletic Ticket Office.
Individual Game Parking: A limited number of parking spaces (both regular and handicapped) are available for each home game in the G-10 parking garage off of Neyland Drive at a cost of $10.
In addition, parking is available at the UT AG campus off of Neyland Drive and a free shuttle is provided to take you to Thompson-Boling Arena. The KAT shuttle begins two hours prior to tip-off and runs one hour post-game, with the final shuttle departing after the Pat Summitt Show. Shuttle pickup on the Ag Campus is off of Joe Johnson Drive. KAT shuttles are handicapped accessible.
Season Parking Passes: Season parking passes are available for purchase by donors who give at least $100 annually. Please contact the Tennessee Fund at 865-974-1218 regarding season parking pass options.
Handicap Parking: Handicap parking will be assigned in garage G10, unless the donor chooses to be assigned according to their donor rank assignment. A current copy of the donor's state issued handicap placard is required to reserve a handicap season parking pass. Handicap parking permits are FREE, but do require necessary paperwork: 1) Lady Vol order form; 2) Copy of current state issued handicap placard.
IMPORTANT TRAFFIC INFO:
To improve the traffic flow and decrease the time fans spend sitting in traffic, south bound traffic (towards the river) on Lake Loudon Blvd will not be permitted to make a left hand turn onto Phillip Fulmer Way beginning 45 minutes prior to tip off.
This primarily impacts those permit holders who turn left from Lake Loudon to access the G10 or Lot 5 parking lots from Phillip Fulmer Way, and those who choose to enter 30A or G5/30 entrances from Phillip Fulmer Way.
Recommended alternatives to access Lot 5, G10, 30A, and G5/30 from Phillip Fulmer Way:
- Arrive early!
- Enter G10 from the Neyland Drive entrance
- Enter Lot 5, G10, 30A, and G5/30 entrances off of Phillip Fulmer Way by taking Cumberland Avenue to Phillip Fulmer Way
"Cone Zone" signs featuring a hard hat-wearing Smokey have been placed around campus, helping direct motorists and pedestrians to find campus parking and detour around the construction. The latest information on campus construction can be found at conezone.utk.edu.