Atlanta Dream Will Sell Out State Farm Arena Against Indiana Fever; Standing-Room Only Tickets Released

Limited ticket option provides last-chance opportunity to watch highly-anticipated matchup

ATLANTA (June 21, 2024) – The Atlanta Dream will sell out its June 21 game against the Indiana Fever at State Farm Arena. A limited number of seats remain, and standing-room only tickets are now available to accommodate demand, the organization announced today.

A limited number of standing room only tickets can be purchased for $25 each at These tickets will not include a seat, but they will provide admission to watch the much anticipated matchup. More than 17,000 fans are expected to attend, which would set a franchise record for single-game home attendance, which occurred in 2008 as 11,609 fans filled Philips Arena for the team’s inaugural game against the Detroit Shock (now Dallas Wings).

“The demand and excitement for this game has been amazing, and we are thrilled to make franchise history with this sold out crowd,” said Dream President and Chief Operating Officer Morgan Shaw Parker. “We are incredibly thankful for the support of our fans, and we appreciate our partners at State Farm Arena for accommodating additional fans creating the most electric environment in the WNBA.”

In May, Atlanta announced its home games against Indiana on June 21 and August 26 would be moved to State Farm Arena after tickets sold out in less than five minutes. In April, the Dream became the second team in WNBA history to sell out its season ticket allotment and the team has already sold out every home game in the 2024 season to date.

Fans can visit to purchase tickets to the Dream’s remaining home games.

About the Atlanta Dream

Established in Atlanta in 2006, the Atlanta Dream is the Southeast’s only WNBA franchise, playing its home games at the Gateway Center Arena @ College Park. Dream games are telecast locally on Peachtree TV and simulcast on Peachtree Sports Network across the state of Georgia. Since 2009, Dream teams have produced 11 WNBA All-Stars, achieved 3 first-place regular-season finishes, earned 9 playoff bids and made 3 WNBA finals appearances. For more information about the Dream, visit and follow @AtlantaDream on Facebook, Instagram, X and TikTok.