NBL Blitz: Illawarra Hawks v Sydney KingsBuy Tickets
|On Sale Date||Wednesday 10 November 2021 at 11:00am|
The NBL Blitz returns with the Illawarra Hawks hosting it's second pre-season fixture at WIN Entertainment Centre.
The Hawks will round out their pre-season with a blockbuster game against the Sydney Kings on Saturday 27 November at 7.30pm.
New signings Antonius Cleveland, Duop Reath, Xavier Rathan-Mayes and Harry Froling will don Hawks colours for the first time during the Blitz.
General public tickets on sale Wednesday 10 November at 11.00am.
Existing Illawarra Hawks members will receive ticketing information directly from the Club. Please contact the Club directly should you have any questions.
4:30pm Box Office Open
6:30pm Doors Open
7:30pm Tip Off
Please note, all times are approximate and subject to change.
All tickets will be issued via Ticketmaster as digital tickets. For further information, please read Ticketmaster Mobile Ticket.
Venues NSW, owner and operator of WIN Entertainment Centre, is committed to the safety, health and wellbeing of all guests. In accordance with Government health requirements, a COVID-19 Safety Plan has been developed and is continually updated depending on the current status of the Government health requirements which will change from time to time. Due to COVID-19 additional venue restrictions will apply:
- All patrons over 16 years of age must be fully vaccinated in respect to COVID-19. Proof of vaccination must be shown prior to entry
- People aged under 16 who are not fully vaccinated must be accompanied by a fully vaccinated member of their household
- Wash hands and sanitise regularly
- Stay home if you're feeling unwell
- No cloaking facilities are available. Do not bring bulky items
- Follow directions of venue staff
- All attendees agree to abide by the Public Health Order in place at the time. This may involve being required to wear a face mask to attend the event
- All attedees agree that they are aware of the current NSW Health advice in respect to exposure sites and travel restrictions