The New York Knicks announced Friday that tickets for the games at Madison Square Garden will be sold exclusively to fully vaccinated fans if the team advances beyond the Atlanta Hawks.
The Knicks also announced Friday that the 5th game of their first round of the Eastern Conference against the visiting Hawks has run out.
A total of 15,047 fans attended, as host Knicks left the Hawks a 107-105 decision at the opening of the series on Sunday. The team extended its fully vaccinated fans on Wednesday as 16,254 fans watched as New York tied the best set of seven with a 101-92 win over Atlanta in the second game.
“These are times like this that show us what’s possible if everyone gets vaccinated (we can all do what we love again) and that definitely includes being together to cheer on the Knicks at Madison Square Garden,” he said. David Hopkinson, Vice President, MSG Sports and President, Business Equipment Operations.
Games 3 and 4 meet in Atlanta on Friday and Sunday, respectively, before the series returns to New York for Game 5 on Wednesday.
According to the Knicks website, “customers over the age of 16 with tickets in a vaccinated section will be required to provide a full vaccination test before entering the section or will not be allowed access to the seat and their tickets will not be eligible for a refund. “
–Media at field level