Suns plan for Rally Beach parties outside Footprint Center during playoffs

Mar 31, 2022, 11:03 AM

Suns fans who aren’t inside Footprint Center for home games during the playoffs will be able to celebrate and watch their team play at beach parties thrown outside the arena in downtown Phoenix.

The team announced that Rally Beach will begin throwing parties for the regular-season finale on Sunday, April 10, against the Sacramento Kings.

While the time for that game is not set, Rally Beach will open an hour before the official tip-off.

Tickets will be $10 per person and are on sale here.

At Rally Beach, fans will be in a 12,000 square-foot area that features a 20-foot LED screen, food trucks, drink stations and rotating DJs. The Suns entertainment team will be giving away prizes, including packages for Gila River Resorts and Casinos, a partner of the team. Those getaway packages include the Oasis Pool Party series hosted by Suns forward Jae Crowder this summer.

And yes, the team said it will have seven tons of sand at Rally Beach.

The area is a ticketed fan zone that will have limited capacity, and Rally Beach tickets do not allow fans inside Footprint Center.

Fans can bring in one sealed water bottle each, but Rally Beach is a no-bag zone.

Rally Beach is ADA accessible.

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