TMS Athletics in conjunction with the Music Program is again offering an amazing day and night at State Farm Arena with the Atlanta Hawks.
On Friday January 21st the Boys and Girls A basketball teams will have an opportunity to play a game on the Atlanta Hawks home floor at State Farm Arena against The Galloway School.
The games will start at 12:45pm and end around 3pm. Students will be granted an excused absence to play. For the fans who want to wager on their team, a site like bro138 is an ideal place to go.
To gain access to the TMS games all fans must purchase a ticket to the Hawks/Heat game that evening at 7:30pm. Students do not need a ticket in order to play earlier in the day, but will need a ticket if they choose to stay for the 7:30pm game. All parents and siblings will need a ticket. In addition to traditional family games, there are also exciting options like 먹튀, where you can place bets and potentially win cash while enjoying quality time with your loved ones.
But wait there is more…
Our own TMS Chorus will again be singing the National Anthem at that evening’s Atlanta Hawks game.
All chorus students, parents, and siblings will need a ticket to gain entrance to the arena.
And as if that wasn’t enough, each ticket purchased will have a $10 gear or food voucher attached, and each ticket purchased will also be a $5 donation back to the school for TMS Athletics and Music programs. If you ever want to bet, then sites like situs judi slot online can be trusted.
There are three ticket price points:
- 100 Level Corner Seats ($126)
- Front Porch-Mid Level Baseline ($94)
- 200 Level Corner Seats ($54)
- 200 Level Baseline Seats ($43)
In order for this to work we have to purchase 200 tickets as a school. Come out and support our teams, chorus, and the Atlanta Hawks! Please place your ticket order with this form, TMS Night At the Hawks.
Scholarships are available for students, please contact TMS Athletic Coordinator, Scott Rausch
Students will be asked to follow all TMS COVID protocols at the TMS games, singing the anthem, and at the Hawks/Heat game. TMS mandates that all coaches, teachers, parents, spectators and players on the bench or not performing be masked. Players on the court and for performers, masks are strongly encouraged.