Spurs to host viewing party at AT&T Center; Pat Benatar concert time moved

The Spurs will host a viewing party for Game 6 of the NBA Finals at the AT&T Center Tuesday evening.

Texas-based cover band Rat Ranch will perform classic rock favorites during pregame and halftime of the game which tips off at 8 p.m. Doors to the AT&T Center will open at 6:30 p.m., a Spurs press release stated.  

All Spurs fans are invited to the AT&T Center to participate in this unique viewing experience. The Coyote and Silver Dancers will provide additional entertainment throughout the game.

The first 5,000 fans through the door will receive a free Spurs shirt courtesy of H-E-B. Other giveaway items will be distributed as well. Attendees can also take advantage of viewing party concession specials and visit the Spurs Fan Shop.

The Spurs viewing parties are free and open to the public but fans will need a ticket to access the building. Tickets to viewing parties are available for pickup at all H-E-B Plus! and Wingstop locations. Tickets are available while supplies last and will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, according to a Spurs press release.

The viewing parties feature open seating throughout the arena, except for the Terrace Level. Attendees should access parking through Gates D, E, F, and G located on AT&T Center Parkway.    

Due to the excitement of the NBA Finals, the concert with Pat Benatar & her guitarist husband Neil Giraldo at the Freeman Coliseum will begin at 6 p.m.  

As an additional benefit, anyone attending the concert will be able to watch the Spurs take on the Heat during the Game 6 NBA Finals Viewing Party at the AT&T Center.

Concert ticket holders will be allowed entry to the viewing party by showing their ticket at the door.

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