Season tickets for the Fraser Valley Bandits 2020 season go on sale Thursday, September 19 at 10 a.m. on

After an inaugural season that featured pre-game plaza parties, theme night games, and plenty of exciting activations, including live dance and musical performances, the Bandits’ 2020 season promises to build upon what was an electric game day atmosphere at Abbotsford Centre.

Known for hosting world-class performers and athletes, fans and audiences will be treated to edge of your seat action before, during and after world class professional basketball games. Season tickets are priced from $179 to $399 in the seating bowl, and $400 to $625 for courtside seats on the floor. Individual game tickets are expected to go on sale next spring.

“I’m incredibly excited to build upon what was a tremendous inaugural season. Over the course of 10 home games we were able to showcase the Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland’s appetite for a new entertainment experience that goes beyond your typical professional sporting event,” said Bandits Director of Business Operations Dylan Kular.

“Bandits season ticket holders helped us build the foundation for an environment that was inviting for fans of all ages, and one that offered unmatched summertime entertainment. We’re looking forward to working with returning and new season ticket holders in 2020 to make our second season even more memorable.”

The Bandits’ 2019 home opener attracted a crowd of nearly 4,000 fans from across the Lower Mainland. With the team’s second home opener expected to garner even larger crowds, year two for the Bandits in the Canadian Elite Basketball League (CEBL) will similarly consist of 20 games overall. 10 games will be played at home at Abbotsford Centre and 10 will be played on the road against the CEBL’s five other teams – the Edmonton Stingers, Saskatchewan Rattlers, Hamilton Honey Badgers, Guelph Nighthawks and Niagara River Lions.

The Bandits’ 2019 roster showcased top caliber professional talent, such as the likes of Yale Secondary alumni Marek Klassen and Joel Friesen, as well as standouts from NCAA Division I, such as Jelan Kendrick (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) and Team Canada alumnus Levon Kendall (University of Pittsburgh).

Adding to the excitement are premium season ticket options for families, coworkers and fans looking for added hospitality and a special view of the game. VIP Club season tickets start at $399 and offer exclusive access to the Premium Lounge and a bird’s-eye view of fast-paced professional basketball.

At court level, prospective season ticket holders are invited to consider the Baseline Bar, which functions as a premium area that offers six four-person tables atop an elevated bar with a close-up view of the action. Baseline tables are available at $280 per game and offer at your table service and the option to pre-order dinner and snacks courtesy of Abbotsford Centre. Fans interested in Baseline Bar tables are asked to contact

With a reputation as one of the top venues of its size in Canada, Abbotsford Centre was recently celebrated as the 137th top venue in the world based on ticket sales, as reported by Pollstar magazine. Venue Now also recognized Abbotsford Centre as the number one venue in the Pacific Northwest out of venues with a capacity between 5,001 and 10,000.

The Bandits’ 2020 schedule is expected to be released later this fall, with anticipation already beginning to build for the CEBL’s second season following a historic Championship Weekend in Saskatoon that saw the Saskatchewan Rattlers win the inaugural CEBL Championship in front of thousands of fans from across the province and country.

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