Solid Blue Fans Camp Out For Big Blue Madness Tickets

Reported by: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 10/03/2013 12:15 am

Solid Blue Fans are lining up for tickets this week to Big Blue Madness outside Memorial Coliseum on UK’s campus.

The annual event will be on October 18th at Rupp Arena.

This is the first practice open to the public. But unlike the other years, it won’t be the first practice for UK Basketball because the NCAA’s extended the practice schedule.

Tickets for the event will be handed out Saturday, October 5th at 7 a.m at Memorial Coliseum.

Hundreds of people are camped out in tents as they wait for Saturday morning’s ticket distribution. The people who are sitting first in line right now said they arrived on Sunday.

Many Solid Blue Fans said nothing could make them miss this week. Watch the video to see just how dedicated they are to UK Basketball.

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