ALBUQUERQUE – The USA Track & Field Indoor Championships will return to the Albuquerque Convention Center February 21-23, 2014. Tickets for the event are now on sale and can be purchased through the UNM Ticket Office. The event brings the speed, strength, excitement and fun of track & field directly to fans, allowing them to experience first hand the world's most popular sport.

Ticket prices*

Three-day reserved seats: $30

Three-day general admission: $25

Two-day reserved seats: $25

Two-day general admission: $20

Single day reserved seats (Sat/Sun): $15

Single day general admission (Sat/Sun): $12

Single day general admission (Fri): $7

Senior/student tickets*

Three-day reserved seats: $27

Three-day general admission: $22.50

Two-day reserved seats: $22.50

Two-day general admission: $18

Single day reserved seats (Sat/Sun): $13

Single day general admission (Sat/Sun): $10

Single day general admission (Fri): $5

*Note that tickets purchased through UNM will incur a small transaction fee.

Tickets can be purchased online through UNM Ticketing Services, by phone at (505) 925-5858 or in person at the UNM Ticket Office located at 1111 University Boulevard SE (The Pit) Mon.-Fri. 8:30-5:00pm. You must call the ticket office to purchase two or three-day passes for the event.

The USA Track & Field Indoor Championship is the final event of the Indoor Visa Championship Series, which is a prestigious series of nationally televised USA Track & Field competitions featuring the very best track & field athletes from Team USA, the World's #1 Track Team.

The Visit Albuquerque, along with the New Mexico Sports Authority, the University of New Mexico and the USATF New Mexico, are the official hosts for the championship meet.

For more information on the USA Track & Field Indoor Championships, visit

About USA Track & Field
USA Track & Field (USATF) is the National Governing Body for track and field, long-distance running and race walking in the United States. USATF encompasses the world's oldest organized sports, some of the most-watched events of Olympic broadcasts, the #1 high school and junior high school participatory sport and more than 30 million adult runners in the United States.