Tower City Center offers experiences and activities for MAC Tournament fans

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Tower City Center will offer a series of fan experiences during the Mid-American Conference Tournament.

The downtown shopping area will be filled with dynamic rallies, pop-a-shot tournaments and other activities from today – Wednesday, March 9 through Saturday, March 12.

Here is an overview of what is available:

University gatherings

Afternoon, March 9-11: Animation groups and cheerleading/dance teams will perform. Gatherings start at the first level of Tower City and go up to the Skylight Concourse.

Tournament watch parties

Match Times, March 9-12: Matches will be streamed live in the Skylight Concourse.

11 a.m. to 8 p.m.: Pop-ups include Shell Shock’d Tacos and The Lemon Lady.

12 p.m. to 7 p.m. from March 9 to 12

Pop-a-shot tournament: Fans 18 and older can compete for prizes in the pop-a-shot tournament. The highest scores in 60 seconds advance to the final round at 6:30 p.m. each day. The winner will receive a $500 gift card.

Championship table area: A life-size competition board will be set up.

Family area: Face painting, balloon twisting, craft tables with pennant making, activity sheets and more will be available.

“Clean cut” photo session: Fans can create an instant photo opportunity with a ladder, hoop and scissors in front of a basketball court backdrop.

MAC’s women’s teams begin the tournament today – Wednesday, March 9 – and the men’s matches end Thursday, March 10. Games will be held at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse.

Tower City Center is located at 230 W. Huron Road, Cleveland.

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