Hall of Fame Weekend Approaching

Tickets available for banquet, both basketball games as Vanderbilt celebrates Class of 2023

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Information and tickets are now available for Vanderbilt Athletics Hall of Fame induction weekend activities, which are scheduled for March 1-3.

The weekend will open with the induction dinner and ceremony on March 1 at the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University (2555 West End Avenue, Nashville, TN 37203), with the celebration scheduled to start at 6 p.m. Members of the Class of 2023 will then be recognized at halftime at both the men’s and women’s basketball games that weekend, with the men facing LSU Saturday at 2:30 p.m. and the women playing host to Georgia at 1 p.m. Sunday.

Individuals interested in purchasing tickets for the dinner or packages including tickets to the games can CLICK HERE. Tickets for the dinner only are available for $125, while the Hall of Fame weekend package includes one ticket to each event over the weekend for $150 and a Hall of Fame group package features four tickets to the dinner and both games for $500.

Guests interested in purchasing a lead sponsor or table sponsor package can contact the Vanderbilt Fan Engagement and Hospitality staff by sending an email to fanengagement@vanderbilt.edu. The deadline for purchases is Wednesday, Feb. 21. Lead sponsors ($3,500) will receive one table with 10 seats at the induction ceremony and four tickets to each of the basketball games among other benefits, with table sponsors ($1,200) receiving one table with 10 seats and multiple displays at the induction dinner.

The Vanderbilt Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2023 includes Gonzales “AJ” Austin (men’s tennis), Simone Charley (women’s soccer and track and field), Joey Cora (baseball), Phil Cox (men’s basketball), Bowling Fitzgerald (athletic trainer), Tom Galbierz (football), Dennis Harrison (football), Zuzana Klimešová (women’s basketball), Lindsy McLean (athletic trainer), Frank Mordica (football), Sarah Riske (women’s tennis), Dinah Shore (lifetime achievement), Whit Taylor (football) and Joe Worden (athletic trainer).