Tickets are now on sale for the 2024 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Men’s Wrestling National Championships, which will be held Feb. 29-March 2 at Hartman Arena.

Visit Wichita will have hosted the championships for four consecutive years starting in 2021 and will host the event again in 2025, bringing hundreds of athletes to the region resulting in nearly $800,000 in estimated local economic impact each year the event is hosted in Wichita.

“We are honored and excited to welcome this national competition to Wichita for the fourth year in a row,” said Josh Howell, vice president of sports development at Visit Wichita. “Not only will the championship bring a positive economic boost to the area, but it offers fans in our region an amazing opportunity to witness top-notch competition. We encourage everyone to get tickets and make plans to join us to cheer on these amazing athletes.”

Single session and all-session tickets can be purchased via Ticketmaster. Adult admission prices are $19 for an individual session and $75 for an all-session pass. Student admission prices are $15 for an individual session and $60 for an all-session pass.

The NAIA Men’s Wrestling National Championship is comprised of 280 student-athletes from 73 schools across the country that compete in a 32-man, double elimination championship bracket at 10 weight classes. The event begins with eight mats and breaks down to one on championship night on March 2, which is broadcast live on ESPN3. 

If you have questions about sports in Wichita or are looking for the perfect place to host your tournament or event, please reach out to our Sports Development Department.


About Visit Wichita: Visit Wichita markets the Greater Wichita area and advocates for the city as a destination, increasing travel and tourism as a key economic driver for the city, county, region and state. Visit Wichita is led by president and CEO Susie Santo, and in 2022 travel and tourism contributed more than $1.5 billion in economic impact to the greater Wichita area.