Hornets host Purple & Teal Day on Hive – WSOC TV
Hornets fans are invited to a free open scrimmage in the Spectrum Center.
The Charlotte Hornets will host Purple & Teal Day at the Hive on Saturday, October 16 at the Spectrum Center.
Purple & Teal Day will feature an open scrimmage where fans can see the Hornets players and coaches in action as they prepare for the upcoming season.
The event takes place in the main square of the Spectrum Center and features performances by Hugo and the Hive Entertainment teams.
Participants will also have the opportunity to win a range of freebies such as signed items, visit the Hornets fan shop and enjoy the arena concessions.
The afternoon of activities presented by Honeywell is free to the public, but tickets are required to enter.
Doors will open at 12:00 PM for members of the Hive Society and 12:30 PM to the general public.
The open training begins at 1 p.m.
The first 5,000 fans in attendance will receive a PJ Washington Bobble Head, and the first 500 children to visit the Hornets Hoops booth in the hall will receive a free Bee-Ball for All basketball.
As with all Hornets games and events at the Spectrum Center, attendees must follow several key COVID-19 guidelines and protocols.
In accordance with guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local health authorities, face masks that cover both the nose and mouth are required for those ages five and up, except when they are actively eating or drinking – neck gaiters, bandanas, or Masks with valves or vents are not allowed.
To eliminate common touchpoints, all tickets will now be digital and all concessions and retail transactions made in the Spectrum Center will be cashless. For the most up-to-date information, please visit hornets.com/knowbeforeyougo.
Fans can request tickets by visiting hornets.com, ticketmaster.com or the Hornets app.
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