HBCU All-Star Basketball Game

April 3, 2022

- 3:00 PM

The HBCU All-Star Game, which begins this season, will feature the best talent from the four Historically Black Athletic Conferences, representing the legendary coaches Team John McClendon (MEAC & SIAC) and Team Clarence “Big House” Gaines (SWAC & CIAA) along with Tennessee State, Hampton, and North Carolina A&T State Universities. The game will be held annually on the Sunday of Final Four weekend in the host city.
Tickets available at the UNO Lakefront Arena Box Office and online at www.ticketmaster.com.  Ticketmaster is the official ticketing provider of the UNO Lakefront Arena. 


There is a $10 parking charge per car for all special events; cash only on site.

The UNO Lakefront Arena is a non-smoking facility.

Please note the following:

All patrons are subject to a security search.

The following are restricted items and actions - smoking, professional style cameras (removable lens, 35mm and including iPads or Tablets, etc.), audio recording devices, video recording devices, illegal drugs, flash photography, weapons of any kind, guns, knives, tasers, mace, flash lights, glass items, cans, containers of any kind, fireworks, aerosol cans (including hairspray), political banners, radio scanning / jamming equipment, outside food, beverages, or alcohol, banner poles, laser pointers, spiked jewelry, chains (including those on wallets), backpacks, large bags or purses (nothing larger than 14" x 14"), glow sticks, objects that may be used as projectiles, moshing or crowd surfing & other items and activities deemed unsafe and a challenge to public safety. Restricted items should be returned to your vehicle for storage.

The nature of a live concert performance will vary by musical genre and individual groups in those genres.

Live performances may contain adult content, including potentially offensive adult language.
The University of New Orleans and UNO Lakefront Arena expressly disclaim responsibility for the content of this live performance.

Your cooperation is appreciated.