The 2024 Western A combined boys and girls basketball tournament will run Thursday through Saturday at the Butte Civic Center.  Here is everything you will need to know about getting tickets along with a QR code for direct access:


The all-session general admission tickets can be purchased at the Butte Civic Center box office from Tuesday, February 20th through Thursday, February 22nd.  Box office hours are:

  • Monday, February 19: CLOSED FOR PRESIDENTS DAY
  • Tuesday, February 20th and Wednesday, February 21st - 10am to 4pm
  • Thursday, February 22nd - open at 7:30am

The box office can be reached at (406) 497-6401


All-session general admission tickets will also be available online at starting Monday, February 19 at 8am and will be available until 6pm on Thursday, February 22nd.

  • Thursday all-day tickets will be available to purchase online Wednesday, February 21st from 8am to 6pm.
  • Friday all-day tickets will be available to purchase online Thursday, February 22nd from 8am to 6pm.
  • Saturday morning tickets can be purchased at the Butte Civic Center Box Office or the Maroon Activities Center (MAC).  The MAC is cash only.
  • Saturday evening tickets will be available for purchase online Saturday, February 24th starting at 11am.

Online tickets can either be picked up at the Will Call Window or can be delivered to your mobile device.  If Will Call is selected, the customer will be required to present a picture ID at the Will Call Window to claim tickets.  Online orders have an additional $3 processing charge per ticket.

Want to skip the lines?  Scan this QR code.

courtesy Butte Civic Center
courtesy Butte Civic Center

All passes and tickets are general admission only.  Reserved seating is not available.

  • All Session (Thursday thru Saturday): Adults - $40, Students/Seniors - $25
  • Single Day (Thursday and Friday): Adults - $15, Students/Seniors - $9
  • After 6pm (Thursday and Friday only): Adults - $9, Students/Seniors - $7
  • Saturday Morning: Adults - $9, Students/Seniors - $7

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