Autistic Spectrum Night @ the Sacramento Kings (and Second to Last Game Ever at Sleep Train Arena)

*Don't miss the bonus update added at the bottom of the page!


This season, the Sacramento Kings basketball team has dedicated their April 7th, 2016 home game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, which is also the Kings' second to last game ever at the Sleep Train Arena, to recognition and awareness of individuals on the autistic spectrum. The Kings will offer some programming related to the autistic spectrum and the Sacramento Autistic Spectrum and Special Needs Alliance (SASSNA) will have a Community Assist table on the concourse of the Sleep Train Arena (BIG thank you to the Kings for giving SASSNA this opportunity!). In addition, SASSNA has a special set of 100 tickets for the game available for purchase at prices discounted from the general public price, and a portion of the sale of these special tickets goes to funding SASSNA's top-quality social services for mentally-diverse youth in the Greater Sacramento region. Lastly, depending on the quantity of these tickets sold, SASSNA may be able to offer some very special extra goodies to a limited number of our special ticketholders.


Our special set of tickets can be purchased by anybody. If we are able to offer extra goodies as mentioned above, then, due to limitations on these goodies, preference will be given to individuals on the autistic spectrum.


Thursday, April 7th, 2016.  Game start time is 7:00 PM.

The special 100 tickets we have for sale will only be available until 12:30 PM ON MARCH 8TH.


Sleep Train Arena, 1 Sports Parkway, Sacramento, CA 95834.


Purchase tickets from our special selection by clicking here:

Bonus Update:

We are relisting our auction for the Sacramento Kings Ball Boy/Girl Experience and Tickets Package, due to not receiving any qualified bids the first time around. The starting bid price has been significantly lowered. The auction closes Thursday, March 10th, 2016 at 2:42AM. For details and to place a bid, click the following link now: