OMAHA – With a change in the format for postseason high school wrestling in the state of Nebraska and the addition of another date during state competition, state wrestling ticket sales will be open to the public in mid-January.
According to release from the NSAA, tickets will go on sale on Tuesday, January 19 at 10 a.m. on Ticketmaster.com.
The 2021 NSAA Wrestling State Championships will be held at CHI-Omaha from Wednesday, February 17 – Saturday, February 20. Class A & D will wrestle on Wednesday and Thursday with Class B & C wrestlers competing on Friday and Saturday.
Tickets will not be sold in team packages to accommodate social distancing requirements as all tickets will be electronic.
Tickets may be purchased in pods of two, four and six as pods may not be split. All of the tickets within a pod must be purchased. Availability will also be based upon approved capacity from the State Governor’s Office and Douglas County Health Department (DCHD).
State wrestling tickets will be sent to the purchaser by email. For entry, a guest may either access tickets directly from their email inbox or by utilizing the Ticketmaster smartphone app. CHI Health Center Omaha staff members can scan a QR code directly from a visitor’s device.
Due to Ticketmaster policy, each pod purchased will need to be a separate credit card transaction. Tickets for each session are $9 a piece with a $1.75 Ticketmaster fee for a total of $10.75 per ticket.
NSAA and CHI Health Center Omaha remain committed to taking the appropriate steps in order to ensure a safe and successful event.
There will be no NSAA State Dual Championships this year with districts being split up into subdistricts taking place Friday, February 5 and Saturday, February 6. District competition for those individual wrestlers who advance will be in action on Saturday, February 13.