Budweiser and the Indiana Pacers have teamed up to provide viewing parties at various locations throughout Central Indiana for Tuesday night’s Game 5 NBA Playoff game between the Pacers and the Miami Heat.
Each rally will begin at 7:30 p.m. (game time is 8:00 p.m.) and feature the Pacemates and Pacers giveaways and prizes. Pacers celebrities have been invited to attend. Boomer will make an appearance at the North side location.
Bankers Life Fieldhouse at the Colts Grille, 110 West Washington St. In Broad Ripple, fans will be able to watch the game at Brothers, 910 Broad Ripple Ave. South siders can take in the action at That Place, 8810 South Emerson Ave. while fans on the North west side of Indianapolis can venture to Traders Mill, 5650 West 86th St. Scotty’s Brewhouse, which will host Boomer, is the prime North side location at 3905 East 96th St.
TICKET UPDATE – There are approximately 200 tickets, mostly single seats, remaining for Game 6. In addition, a very limited number of tickets are being held for NBA Playoffs requirements. If those tickets are not utilized by the league and/or league partners, they will be released for sale to the general public as they become available. Fans should visit Pacers.com to check on ticket availability.
Fans can still guarantee tickets for Game 6 by placing a deposit on a 2012-13 season ticket plan (full, half or 11-game). Less than 200 tickets remain tied to the season ticket deposit program. Fans interested in this option should call (317) 917-2827 for more information.
A limited number of Krieg DeVault Club level suites are available for rental for Game 6. Club level suites accommodate up to 20 guests. For more information please call (317) 917-2827.
Budweiser, Pacers host viewing parties for playoff game
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