Kings Official Media Release


--Limited number of Standing Room Only tickets to be released at noon--

SACRAMENTO, CALIF., Nov. 5, 2012 --– The Sacramento Kings today announced the team is nearing its fourth consecutive Home Opener sellout, as a very limited number of seats remain for tonight’s game against the Golden State Warriors.

Only a short supply of unused league-required ticket holds remain, so fans looking to join the festivities are encouraged to visit or call 888-91-KINGS immediately.

In addition to a variety of fan giveaways (“Blackout” T-shirt, Opening Night pin and LED Thunderswords), tonight’s contest will include the most elaborate player introductions in franchise history. Anyone attending the game should plan to be in their seats no later than 6:50 p.m. to witness the “Blackout” fanfare.

Fresh off a successful run to the finals on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” showcase, world-renowned artist and Kings Season Ticket Holder David Garibaldi will perform at halftime. Garibaldi achieved national acclaim long before his appearance on AGT, known internationally for a genius use of color transformed in minutes by an entertaining, eclectic style exhibited for audiences from Sacramento to Barcelona.

Sacramento defeated the L.A. Lakers in thrilling fashion before a sold-out crowd in last year’s season opener, the first of two exciting wins by the team when wearing its alternate black jersey.

About the Sacramento Kings:
Maloof Sports & Entertainment includes the Sacramento Kings and Sleep Train Arena. Owned by the Maloof family with long-term partners, the organization is committed to being a contributing member of the community. Teaming up with local leaders and nonprofit organizations to give back to those in need throughout the region, MS&E has donated more than $20 million in cash and in-kind donations to more than 200 charitable entities over 13 years of Maloof family ownership. For more information, please visit or call 916-928-0000.