Nebraska Women vs. IowaFebruary 11, 2024
- Date February 11, 2024
- Location Pinnacle Bank Arena
$15 — Reserved Admission
$10 — General Admission
$5 — Youth & Seniors
$1 — 6 and Under GA
Subject to applicable fees
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$5 — Festival Parking Lot
$10 — Gate 4 ADA Parking
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About The Event
Doors open 90 minutes before start of game.
How To Purchase
Tickets can be purchased online at www.huskers.com. IMPORTANT: Mobile tickets cannot be printed, only print-at-home tickets can be printed to gain admission. Mobile tickets have to be used on a mobile phone for admission.
Game Day Ticket Office Hours:
The ticket office opens 1 and 1/2 hours before the game begins and will sell University of Nebraska basketball tickets only. Non-basketball events at Pinnacle Bank Arena will not be available for purchase on game days.
The University of Nebraska Ticket Office reserves the right to revoke the license granted by the ticket by refunding the price printed thereon. The Athletic Department is not responsible for lost, stolen or destroyed tickets. Smoking or Alcoholic beverages are prohibited. Date and time are subject to change.
CASHLESS AT CONCESSION STANDS
Starting September 1, 2021, we have gone all cashless at our concession stands and bars.
CLEAR BAG POLICY & PROHIBITED ITEMS
Pinnacle Bank Arena is a CLEAR BAG POLICY venue. CLEAR BAGS and small clutch-sized purses are allowed at entry. Medical equipment and/or baby/toddler-related items will be permitted in a non-clear bag but subject to search upon entry. To view the clear bag policy and list of prohibited items, click here: http://bit.ly/PBApolicy.
Arrive early as fans will be required to pass through security metal detectors upon entry to the venue.
Beer and alcoholic drinks are available to purchase throughout Pinnacle Bank Arena during Men’s and Women’s UNL basketball games. Anyone wanting to purchase alcohol must have a wristband designating that they are at least 21 years of age. Anyone who appears to be under the age of 35 will be required to present a valid government issued photo ID for service. There is a limit of two alcoholic drinks per person, per transaction. Anyone misrepresenting their age to obtain alcohol or anyone providing alcohol to someone under 21 years of age will be immediately ejected from the Arena and criminally prosecuted. Anyone appearing intoxicated will be denied service and will be ejected from the Arena. ASM Global-SAVOR reserves the right to refuse alcoholic beverage service to anyone at its sole discretion.
Cell phone photos are permitted. No professional cameras or cameras with detachable lenses. No audio or video allowed.
NO OUTSIDE FOOD & BEVERAGE
No outside food or beverage brought into the venue.
NO WATER BOTTLES
No water bottles brought into the venue.
No weapons including pocket knives and tasers. These items will be confiscated and not returned.
ADDITIONAL RESTRICTED ITEMS
No signs. No selfie sticks. No iPads.
For special accommodations, please call the University of Nebraska Athletic Ticket Office at 402-472-3111.
GUEST CODE OF CONDUCT
The Pinnacle Bank Arena Guest Code of Conduct was developed for all guests attending events at our arena to enjoy the experience in a responsible manner. Pinnacle Bank Arena and our promoters ask the guests to assist us in creating an enjoyable and safe environment by:
Respecting each other as well as our arena team members
Consuming alcoholic beverages in a responsible manner
Not displaying indecent or obscene messages on clothing
Refraining from fighting, horseplay, excessive taunting or threatening remarks or gestures
Not creating a disruption to the progress of the event by behavior that is unruly, disruptive, or illegal
Do not throw any objects in the direction of the stage.
Not accessing areas without a proper ticket, pass and/or credential or misusing tickets, passes and/or credentials
Following instructions from arena team members regarding arena operations and emergency procedures
Allowing each other to be free to support their team or entertainer while remaining respectful and courteous to their fellow peers, referees or opposing team fans and players
Not using offensive language or obscene gestures, to include the use of such language or gestures concerning a person’s race, ethnicity, color, gender, religion, creed, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression or national origin; or to instigate, incite or encourage a confrontation or physical assault