The NBA calls the interactive event the intersection of pop culture, technology and basketball.
Hometown pride is on full display. Fans can enjoy a taste of local Cleveland restaurants including Brewnuts, Ninja City and Rudy’s Strudel and Bakery to name just a few.
.@CLE_Auditorium has been transformed into an @NBA fan’s playground for the @NBAAllStar Crossover event! 🏀 The NBA calls this interactive event the intersection of pop culture, technology and basketball. Tickets start at $30. This is open Noon-8 PM Fri.-Sun. @SpectrumNews1OH pic.twitter.com/bfAlKx2DOq— Micaela Marshall (@MMarshallTV) February 17, 2022
This the first time in 25 years the NBA All-Star game has been in Cleveland and this is the 5th year the NBA has hosted a Crossover event which is meant to be an accessible way to engage the community.
Tickets start at $30 and can be purchased through the NBA Events app.
“We’re really excited to bring Crossover to Cleveland for NBA All-Star," said Steve Lichtenberger, NBA Director of Global Events. "There’s really something for everybody here. If you’re a basketball fan, or even if you’re not and you just want to experience the excitement of All-Star, there is exclusive merchandise, unique photo ops, and a ton of players and legends that will be in town to get your photos with.”
Anyone can check this out from 12-8 p.m. Friday through Sunday.