2014 NCAA FInal 4

The NCAA Final Four will be held at AT&T Stadium (formerly Cowboys Stadium) in Arlington, Texas April 5, 2014

The Final Four delights live sports enthusiasts with arena-rousing dunks and fourth quarter heroics year after year, deepening America’s love of the NCAA tourney with each passing tournament. All the Cinderella stories and signature tourney moments come to a head when the NCAA Tournament enters its final round on April 7th. (excerpt taken from the Final Four website)

Record Crowds Expected

For the first time since 1986, the greater Dallas area will play host to college basketball’s grand finale, as AT&T Stadium, will serve as the host site for the 2014 Final Four, April 5 and 7. As the permanent home for the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, the venue boasts a generous capacity of roughly 80,000, leading many to speculate that the forthcoming Final Four will shatter previous attendance records this spring.

Music Festival

In addition to the Friday activities at the stadium, two of the NCAA’s most popular ancillary events are the three-day music festival (Friday-Sunday) at Reunion Park (former site of Reunion Arena) and Bracket Town at the Dallas Convention Center. The music festival is free. Taken from “Arlington Final Four will include free music activities” click here to visit the page.

Getting There

Air – Fly into either Dallas or Ft Worth Airports.

Taxi – Catch a cab from either Dallas or Ft. Worth Airport to Arlington.

Car service – call Professional Livery Worldwide at 888-578-5466 and schedule a chauffeur to  greet you, help with your bags and transport you to your hotel or directly to the venue.

Rental car – car rental facilities are located at each of the two major airports – subject to availability.

Parking – click here for an interactive parking map to AT&T Stadium.