Single seats start at $29 for league showcase; All-Star Fan Fest to take place on Sunday, Jan. 14
The ECHL, in conjunction with the Indy Fuel, announced on Thursday preliminary ticket information for the 2018 CCM/ECHL All-Star Classic.
Individual tickets for the league’s annual showcase, coming to Indiana Farmers Coliseum on Jan. 15, 2018, will be made available to the general public later in the fall. Seats will start at $29 for the 300 level of the arena, with 200 level tickets available for $39, and 100 level, bar and loge seating priced at $49 each. (Click here for a seating map)
Fans who reserve an Indy Fuel Ticket Plan for 2017-18 (Full-Season, Half-Season, 12-Game Flex, 9-Game), will receive immediate access to All-Star Classic tickets, and may secure their seats before they are made available to the public.
Group packages of 25 tickets or more are available now, and can be purchased by calling (317) 925-FUEL or by visiting ECHLAllStarClassic.com.
To begin the All-Star festivities, the Fuel will be hosting the 2018 ECHL All-Star Fan Fest on Sunday, Jan. 14 at The Pavilion at Pan Am. Located just steps away from Lucas Oil Stadium and Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis, this exciting event will bring fans from across the league together for a night of food, fun and interactive activities leading into the All-Star Classic. Ticket information and further details on the All-Star Fan Fest will be announced at a later date.
The CCM/ECHL All-Star Classic is coming to Indianapolis in 2018! The best players in ‘AA’ hockey take the ice at Indiana Farmers Coliseum on Jan. 15 as part of a celebration of professional hockey in the Circle City, which will include NHL legend Wayne Gretzky. Indy Fuel Ticket Plan Holders for the 2017-18 season can receive priority access to All-Star tickets, which will go on sale to the general public later in the fall. Visit ECHLAllStarClassic.com for more information, and become an All-Star Insider to get event updates, ticket information and special offers delivered right to your inbox.
About the ECHL
Began in 1988-89 with five teams in four states, the ECHL has grown into a coast-to-coast league with 27 teams in 21 states and one Canadian province as it celebrates its 30th season in 2017-18. There have been who have played in the NHL after playing in the ECHL, including 24 who made their debut in the 2016-17 season. The ECHL had affiliations with 26 of the 30 NHL teams in 2016-17, marking the 20th consecutive season that the league had affiliations with at least 20 teams in the NHL. Further information on the ECHL is available on its website at ECHL.com as well as on Twitter and Facebook.