Items for Tech 2021-22 Men’s Basketball Match Experience Released


BLACKSBURG – Virginia Tech’s athletic department has announced several elements of the game experience fans can expect at the Hokie Men’s Basketball games at Carilion Clinic Court in Cassell Coliseum this season.

Tech men’s basketball season tickets are still available and offer the best value for money compared to single game tickets. New this year, fans can get ACC season-only tickets that guarantee the same seats for Tech’s 10 home conference games and offer the same exclusive perks as full season tickets. Click here to learn more about subscriptions.

The mini-plans were unveiled on Tuesday, October 19, and include flexible tickets as well as a five-game plan and a two-game plan. Non-conference tickets for a single game for men’s basketball will be available on Thursday, October 28. This on sale will include tickets to the Hokies’ home game with Wake Forest on December 4th as well as Coca-Cola 4 fan packs for select games. . Single game tickets for all other ACC home games (if available) go on sale Wednesday, December 1. Click here for more information on ticket offers for the upcoming season.

Interested in bringing a band to Cassell this season? A variety of group experiences, as well as theme days, are available this year. All group offers include a discounted ticket option (minimum of 10 tickets purchased). Click here to learn more about group tickets.

As announced on August 8, Virginia Tech Athletics has switched to mobile tickets for all paid sporting events in an effort to provide a more convenient, sustainable and secure match experience.

The majority of Tech men’s basketball season tickets and all partial plan and single game tickets will be delivered digitally. Cassell Coliseum premium seating and parking passes will remain physical tickets. Fans are strongly encouraged to download their tickets before arriving at the arena to ensure the fastest possible entry experience.

With the introduction of an improved HokieSports mobile app and the My Account portal, managing tickets on a mobile device has never been easier. For more details, including step-by-step instructions and an FAQ, please visit

In an effort to improve the flow and speed of transactions, Cassell Coliseum concession stands will transition to cashless payment this season and require a debit or credit card for purchase. This convenient fit designed to minimize wait times eliminates currency exchange and manipulation as the overwhelming majority of concession stand purchases are already made by credit card.

Fans who don’t have access to a debit or credit card should consider purchasing a prepaid credit card from Kroger before the game. For those who wish to continue paying in cash, the Hokie Shop will have a limited number of gift cards available for purchase in cash.

After making its Lane Stadium debut this fall, fan-friendly concession pricing will be implemented at Cassell Coliseum this season. Fans can expect to find classic items like hot dogs, popcorn, nachos, Coca-Cola fountain drinks, and bottled water available for $ 2.50 each.

Additionally, a selection of beers and seltzer will remain available for purchase at the Cassell Coliseum. All fans will be required to present appropriate identification to purchase alcoholic beverages.

Virginia Tech’s clear bag policy remains in place for Cassell Coliseum. This policy helps provide a safer environment for spectators and speeds up the entry of fans into the arena. Approved bags are limited to:

  • Clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags and not exceeding 12 “x 6” x12 “
  • Clear plastic gallon freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar)
  • Small pouch approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap and no larger than 4.5 “x 6.5”

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In agreement with current guidelines for wearing masks at university events, Virginia Tech will require masks regardless of immunization status for all indoor events scheduled for Cassell Coliseum. These events include wrestling matches, men’s and women’s basketball games, and the early fall 2021 ceremonies. Masks are already mandatory for volleyball matches in Cassell.

Proof of vaccination or a negative test will not be required to attend an event at Cassell Coliseum. Masks can be removed when people are actively eating or drinking.

Click here for more information on Virginia Tech’s indoor mask mandate.

Parking for Tech Men’s Basketball season ticket holders has not changed for the upcoming season. Permits will still be required to park in lots 1, 4 and 8. Parking is on a first come, first served basis.

For fans without a parking permit, a public parking lot for home basketball games will be located in the stadium field and in the large fenced residential parking lot next to Duck Pond Drive (the cage). Vehicles should be parked in the large section of the cage closest to the duck pond. Accessible parking is available in the Lot Coliseum. Fans who park in public parking lots Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. will have to pay to park using the university’s ParkMobile platform. Click here to learn more about ParkMobile.

For questions please email [email protected] or call 540-231-3200.

Fans can look forward to a number of themed games this season, including Military Appreciation, Fan Appreciation, Orange Out and White Out, and more. Tech’s home opening will see the unveiling of its 2021 NCAA tournament banner, while members of the Hokie Kids’ Club and Virginia Tech faculty and staff will have unique experiences at select games.

A number of notable halftime acts are expected to appear at Hokie men’s basketball games this season. The performer roster includes Mutts Gone Nuts, Red Panda, Air Elite Dunkers, VT Drumline, Tyler’s Amazing Balancing Act and more. Additionally, fan favorite VA529 Diaper Derby will make a return to the Cassell Coliseum.

This season’s giveaways will include Virginia Tech branded tumblers and white “Cassell Jam” t-shirts.

Click here for more information on Tech Men’s Basketball Promotions.

In conjunction with the Undergraduate Senate, a pair of Effect games will take place during this Tech Men’s Basketball season. Once available, fans are encouraged to purchase the official t-shirts through the Hokie Store. The two Effect games this season are:

  • Maroon Out – Monday February 14 vs. Syracuse
  • Black Out – Saturday February 19 vs. North Carolina

Fans will once again be able to purchase exclusive experiences to enhance their playing day with Maroon & Orange Memories. To access the platform, download the HokieSports mobile app and use the menu at the top left. Experiences for Men’s Tech Basketball will be available as the season approaches.

Fans can find QR codes on their seats this season which, when scanned on a mobile device, can access the game schedule, team rosters, stats and more. QR codes also allow fans to enter promotions and giveaways as well as file incident reports.


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