ISL Tickets for All U.S. Events Except Vegas to Go On Sale Friday

The International Swimming League will begin selling tickets to all of its meets taking place in the United States this Friday, except the finals at the Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas, Nevada, the organization announced at a panel at the American Swim Coaches Association conference Wednesday.

U.S. stops outside of Vegas include Indianapolis, Lewisville and DC. Check out the full schedule below:

  • Group A: Indianapolis, USA | October 4-5
  • Group A: Naples, ITA | October 12-13
  • Group B: Lewisville-Dallas, USA | October 18-19
  • Group B: Budapest, HUN | October 26-27
  • Derby USA: Washington DC, USA | November 15-16
  • Derby Europe: London, GBR | November 23-24
  • Final Match: Las Vegas, USA | December 20-21

Update: shortly after this article was posted, the ISL announced it is slightly shifting the three non-finals U.S. meet dates to fully take place on the weekend at 2 p.m. local time each day, versus Friday-Saturday. The amended dates are below:

  • 5-6 October 2019 – IU Natatorium, Indianapolis, USA
  • 19-20 October 2019 – The LISD Westside Aquatic Center, Lewisville, Texas, USA
  • 16-17 November 2019 – Natatorium at the Eppley Recreation Center, Maryland, USA

Organizers of the London stop announced last week that tickets for that meet will also go on sale Friday. While we don’t have pricing info for the U.S. stops, children’s tickets to London will be available for as low as £11 ($13.44) while adult tickets will start at £21 ($25.66).

London ISL Ticket Prices:

CATEGORY ADULT CHILD FAMILY* ADULT (2 DAYS)
Premium £26 ($32)              £16 ($20) £76 ($93) £46 ($56.50)
Standard £21 ($26) £11 ($13.50) £56 ($69) £36 ($44)

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Ja Rule

Friday, got it. Where can I go to purchase one of these tickets on Friday? Typically, the PR folks let the media outlet attempting to cover said company where customers can buy the product. ISL getting a lot of blind support from the swimming echo chamber (myself included). This is ridiculous. A press release that says you’re going to make tickets available in two days BUT YOU DONT SAY WHERE? Is this a high school project? Have we all just been drinking the kool-aid? Is this inception? When will I wake up?

WHKIRCH

Seriously. I want to buy tickets when they drop tomorrow, but this whole set-up is giving me some Frye-Festival vibes. Definitely don’t want to get duped.

Becky D

Stay away from the “VIP Experience” sales pitch and you should be ok.

Ja Rule

I am prepared to promptly buy a ticket to the first swim meet (Indy) tomorrow. I don’t even know if I can make the meet, but I’ll buy the ticket if it’s available tomorrow. I’m assuming it’s on the ISL website but have no clue. Willing to spend 5-10 minutes looking tomorrow. I will post here to follow up accordingly!

Michael Meachem

Hey I’m looking for tickets and I would like to find out how to solicit a clinic for my Masters Club

Victor Israelsson

Hello, do you know when the tickets for Las Vegas will be released,I am going to take my son across the Atlantic and he´ll will get it as a Christmas present, but difficult to book flights whenyou dont now if there are any tickets to buy…

Hey Victor – no word yet. It is a very large venue, so I suspect that it won’t be an instantaneous sell-out. We’ll definitely post when they are available!

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