ATLANTA, Ga. (April 18, 2023) – The WNBA’s Atlanta Dream announced today that single game tickets for all 20 regular season home games for the 2023 season can now be purchased. The Dream will host the Indiana Fever for their 2023 home opener on Sunday, May 28 at 3:00 p.m. ET.
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The WNBA’s 27th season will see a record 40 regular season games for each team, with each team playing 20 home and 20 road games. The Atlanta Dream’s 2023 home slate features 13 weekend games, including six Friday night games.
In 2022, Atlanta saw eight record-setting sellouts, the second-most in the league that year, and hosted packed crowds into Gateway Center Arena for all 18 home games. The Dream have already tripled ticket sales from this point last year and lead the league in growth rate for full and partial season ticket packages sold. The organization is also on track to lead the league in sellouts in 2023.
Atlanta Dream fans have the chance to see both the 2022 and 2021 WNBA Champions – the Las Vegas Aces and the Chicago Sky –in the team’s five-game home opening week, along with the New York Liberty and the Connecticut Sun. The Dream will welcome Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner with the Phoenix Mercury twice this season and Elena Delle Donne and the Washington Mystics twice. The regular season will conclude with a matchup against Arike Ogunbowale and the Dallas Wings, on Sunday, September 10.
In addition to the exciting matchups on the schedule, the team will build on the fan experience by increasing the number of Theme Night games with nine in 2023 to include new 90s Night, Superhero Night, and Praise ATL. Fans can also expect HBCU Night, D9 (Divine Nine) Night and Pride Night return to Gateway Center Arena this summer. More information on theme nights will be announced at a later date.
The 2022 WNBA Kia Rookie of the Year, Rhyne Howard, returns for her second season in Atlanta, joined by a standout core of returning players in Cheyenne Parker, Aari McDonald, AD Durr, Naz Hillmon, Monique Billings and Nia Coffey. Wright and general manager Dan Padover added big-name talent ahead of the 2023 season, bringing Olympian and NCAA Champion Allisha Gray back down south to her home state, landing WNBA veteran Danielle Robinson in free agency, and adding first round picks Haley Jones and Laeticia Amihere through the 2023 WNBA Draft.
About the Atlanta Dream
The Atlanta Dream is a professional women’s basketball team based in Atlanta, Ga. that strives to build a place where our team, our fans and our city come together to represent the community we seek to serve. We celebrate diversity, represent Atlanta, reward innovation and imagination, and aim to empower women both on and off the court. The team currently plays home games at the Gateway Center Arena @ College Park and has qualified for the WNBA Playoffs in nine of its first 15 seasons. To learn more about the Dream and purchase 2023 season and group tickets, please visit dream.wnba.com/tickets or call 877-977-7729.