TNA sent out the following today:
TNA IMPACT WRESTLING PUTS MIAMI ON LOCKDOWN MARCH 9
GLOBAL PAY-PER-VIEW EVENT TO BROADCAST LIVE FROM
BANKUNITED CENTER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
NASHVILLE, Tennessee (January 23, 2014) – TNA Entertainment, home of IMPACT WRESTLING, which is viewed by millions each Thursday night on SPIKE TV, announced today tickets for its annual steel-cage match spectacular, Lockdown, will go on sale this Friday, Jan. 24, at 10 a.m. ET. Lockdown, now it its tenth year, will take place Sunday, March 9, live from the BankUnited Center at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Fla., and will feature World Heavyweight Champion Magnus, Bobby Roode, Gail Kim, Bully Ray, James Storm, Austin Aries, Mr. Anderson, Ethan Carter III and many more.
Ticket prices range from $15 – $175 and are available at all Ticketmaster locations, at ticketmaster.com and the BankUnited Center box office.
Additionally, a limited number of “Gold” and “Platinum” VIP Travel Packages starting at $599 are available now at ShopTNA.com. The VIP Travel Package includes:
premiere seating at the event
admission to TNA Fan InterAction, where fans can meet, get personalized autographs and take photos with the Superstars of IMPACT WRESTLING
an exclusive VIP welcome reception with the Superstars of IMPACT WRESTLING
a commemorative Lockdown 2014 souvenir
pre-event brunch with the Superstars of IMPACT WRESTLING
hotel accommodations for three nights
“Lockdown 2014 marks the first time TNA will bring TV cameras to South Florida when we broadcast one of our biggest global Pay-Per-View events live from Miami,” said TNA President Dixie Carter. “Lockdown is a distinctive and gruelling pay-per-view that fans from around the world will attend. I love South Florida and know it will be a great place for our fans to spend a weekend with the Superstars of TNA’s IMPACT WRESTLING.”
Last year a record-breaking crowd of more than 7,200 fans from around the world attended Lockdown at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.
“The BankUnited Center is thrilled to host one of TNA’s biggest Pay-Per-View events of the year, once again shining a global spotlight on our great venue and our culturally-rich region,” said Lorenzo Muniz, General Manager of the BankUnited Center.