It's Not Your Grandfather's Basketball Show

--- TICKETS ON SALE NOW ---

The internationally-acclaimed Harlem Ambassadors will be visiting Americus for a game against the Americus All-Stars in the Storm Dome on March 5 at 7 p.m.

The Harlem Ambassadors offer a unique brand of Harlem-style basketball, featuring high-flying slam dunks, dazzling ball-handling tricks and hilarious comedy routines.

The Ambassadors feature non-stop laughs and deliver a positive message for kids wherever the Ambassadors play. "At our shows, we want the kids to know that they're part of our team too," Coach Ladè Majic said. "We invite as many kids as we can to come sit on the bench, have a front row seat during the show, and get involved in all of the fun stuff we do."

Tickets are on sale now. Contact the GSW Athletics Department at 229-931-2225. The first 100 tickets sold are floor seats. Get up close for the best seats in the house. First come, first served. Ticket pricing is below:

 

ADVANCE TICKETS

ADULTS - $8

STUDENTS & SENIORS - $5

KIDS 4 AND UNDER - FREE

 

AT-THE-DOOR TICKETS

ADULTS - $10

STUDENTS & SENIORS - $8

KIDS 4 AND UNDER - FREE 


Look for more information on gswcanes.com, facebook.com/GSWHurricanes and twitter.com/GSWAthletics.

Want to know more about the Harlem Ambassadors? Check out the video below and/or visit harlemambassadors.com.

The Harlem Ambassadors have gone to extremes in setting many records for the playing locations of their show basketball games.

Among these historical extremes are:

Highest elevation show basketball game:  Leadville, Colorado, 10,152 feet above sea level; February 3, 2003.

Southernmost show basketball game in Continental United States: Key West, Florida, 24.55 degrees north latitude; multiple games, most recent March 2, 2006.

Westernmost show basketball game in United States:  Pacific Missile Range Facility, Kekaha, Island of Kauai, State of Hawaii, -159.71 degrees west longitude; multiple games, most recent, June 16, 2002.

Northernmost show basketball game in United States: 340 miles north of Arctic Circle, 71.30 degrees north latitude Barrow, Alaska; December 12, 2005.

Nearest show basketball game to the Equator, 5.20 degrees north latitude, Kosrae, Federated States of Micronesia; May 26, 2001.