ASAA March Madness Basketball
Note: The 2020 tournament has been postponed until further notice. Rescheduling details to follow.
Get in on the excitement! March Madness Alaska is one of the state's largest high school championship tournaments. With 80 teams participating and playing more than 110 basketball games over two weekends, this single tournament brings together top-flight high school players from across Alaska. With all that action, it's no wonder friends and family are courtside to support their kids and students. The action takes place in the Alaska Airlines Center and Wells Fargo Sports Center on the UAA campus.
Extracurricular Activities in Anchorage
Tack on an educational opportunity with a visit to one of Anchorage’s museums, historical or cultural centers, or make a splash at Alaska’s only indoor water park. Catch a performance. Internationally renowned performers join local talent onstage, while countless festivals, a variety of cultural affairs and talented artists thrive amid inspiring surroundings.
Other Points of Interest
- Anchorage Arts, Culture & Entertainment
- Maps of Alaska & Anchorage
- Winter Itineraries
- Events in Anchorage
Check out the ASAA State Basketball Championships for tournament details.
Fuel up for the big competition, or celebrate a win in style. Anchorage restaurants come in all shapes and size, and many can fit the whole team at the table. From casual dining like pizza and pasta to burgers and fries, buffets to international dining, there’s something for everyone here.
Pick up a rental that gets the whole team there on time. From sedans to 15 passenger vans Anchorage car rental companies have the right vehicle for the group. Or let someone else do the driving by hiring a bus, van or motorcoach.
Get the best prices on Alaska’s widest selection of goods. From the essentials to name brand fashions and the latest electronics, Anchorage shopping can’t be beat. Shop the malls, check out local boutiques or stock up at stores like Costco. Anchorage has the widest variety in all of Alaska.