2022 Division II State Bowling Individual Tournament

January 19 - January 19, 2022  ·  Smyrna Bowling Center - Smyrna, TN

Championship Venue

 

Smyrna Bowling Center

Smyrna Bowling Center is one of the largest, most modern bowling centers in the state of Tennessee. The facility covers 50,000+ square feet and features 52 lanes.

The TSSAA state championships have been held at Smyrna Bowling Center every year since bowling became a sanctioned sport in 2001.

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Spectator Information

2022 Championship Dates

January 19-21, 2022

Admission

$12 per day if purchased in advance on GoFan. $15 per day if purchased with cash at the gate.
A 3-Day Pass for $30 is available online only from GoFan.
Children school-age and older must purchase a ticket.
TACA cards will be honored when presented with a matching photo ID.
The TSSAA ID card and the TMSAA ID card will not be accepted for admission.
School administrators who are registered on the TSSAA Portal can sign-in for free admission at the team entrance.

In order to allow the bowling center time to clear between sessions, we are asking spectators to arrive no earlier than 30 minutes prior to the start of the session in which you will be attending.

Due to the limited space in the center, please do not bring in chairs or stepladders or step stools into the center.

Parking

Parking is free at the Smyrna Bowling Center but spaces are limited. We encourage teams and spectators to carpool as much as possible. Do NOT park at the apartments behind the bowling center or the businesses nearby. Parking is also prohibited on Weakley Lane.

Concessions

The concession stand at the Smyrna Bowling Center will be open to purchase breakfast, lunch, and snack items. No outside food or drink will be allowed inside.

Handicap Accessibility

The Smyrna Bowling Center is handicap accessible with designated handicap parking.

Hotel and Area Information

Visit VisitRutherfordTN.com for hotel, restaurant, and other area information. Participating teams/individuals may find hotel information here.

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