Thank you for your interest in the Atlanta Dream and our Community Ticket Program. This philanthropic program makes it possible for schools, community groups and non-profit and charitable organizations to enjoy Atlanta Dream Basketball in Philips Arena. These tickets have been provided by corporate partners. UPLOAD INFO HERE.
- Every effort is made to provide 2-3 weeks advance notice of available tickets. In some cases these tickets are donated shortly before a scheduled game (possibly within 48 hours of game time). Registered organizations are eligible to receive 25 to 150 tickets for a Dream home game. Organizations are asked to only request the amount of tickets they feel will be utilized. Under any circumstance, organizations with unused tickets or attendance below 50% will be contacted and removed from the program for the remainder of the season.
- Each organization is required to submit a $25 fee for each month they utilize community tickets. Any attendance below 50% without notification will accrue an additional $25 for the following month.
- Tickets are non-refundable, non-exchangeable and may not be resold. The Atlanta Dream holds the right to permanently remove from the program and prosecute to the fullest extent of the law any organization or individual who participates in the re-selling or further mishandling of charitable tickets.
- Tickets are distributed based on availability as determined by the Dream. Please do not contact the Dream office soliciting for tickets. Organizations are required to pick up tickets at the Dream offices. (101 Marietta Street NW – Suite 200, Atlanta GA 30303) Tickets not retrieved 24 hours to game time will be passed on to another organization in the program. The Atlanta Dream require students/youth under 18 years of age be chaperoned by an adult.
- Groups of 100 or more are automatically eligible to become the Coke in the Community group of the game. The group will receive a complimentary Dream/Coca-Cola t-shirt along with recognition during the game.
- The Dream Community Relations Department is always eager to learn more about the communities we serve. Along with submission please include a letter or flyer summarizing your organization. The letter or flyer should include a description of the services your organization provides, a mission statement and how your organization will benefit from participation in the community ticket program.
- FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
- Is there wheelchair-accessible seating available? Yes, please let us know this information on your request form in the “Additional Comments” section or upon notification of being selected for a game so that we can try to accommodate you.
- Can I invite friends/family outside of the organization to come to the game with my group? No. The tickets your group is allocated are to be used SOLELY by your organization. Exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis.
- If I bring a few extra group members with me to the game, will they be able to get tickets? No. Your group can only use the number of tickets you were allocated. Extra group members must buy their own tickets.
- There are a few small children in the group. Will they need a ticket, too? Children 2 years of age or older are required to have a ticket.
- Do I need to continue sending in request forms each month to continue receiving group tickets? Yes. You may submit forms for each month all at once or submit forms on a monthly basis. Tickets will be distributed based on their availability.