2020 BNP Paribas Open Tickets
Mar 9 – 22, 2020 | Indian Wells, California, US
The 2020 edition of the BNP Paribas Open has been canceled. Click here for more information from the tournament. If you have already purchased a package, click here for information for 2020 Indian Wells travelers.
The BNP Paribas Open tournament is played across nine open-air stadium courts at the gorgeous Indian Wells Tennis Garden. Our BNP VIP tickets are for day or night sessions on Stadium 1. We offer excellent Courtside or Stadium Box seats, most of which are located on the West side and SW corner of the stadium (meaning the sun will be behind you in the afternoon). Tickets for Stadium 1 also include access to first-come, first-served seating in Stadiums 2-9.
If shade, food, and drink at your heart’s desire is your priority, check out our Luxury Suite tickets! Indian Wells Tennis Garden has recently renovated their Suites. Suite tickets give you access to air-conditioned indoor and shaded outdoor seating, a private restroom, and customized food and beverage service. If you’re inside the suite, don’t worry about missing the match—you’ll have a full view of the court, and a flat-screen TV will fill you in on what’s going on on the other courts.
Have a question about our BNP Tickets?
Call your Topnotch Tennis Tours specialist at 802.549.4658.
The 2020 edition of the BNP Paribas Open has been canceled. Please check back soon for our 2021 ticket and package offerings.
2020 BNP Paribas VIP Tickets & Hospitality – What’s Included
- Your Official Courtside, Stadium Box or Luxury Suite Ticket to the designated session
- Your Topnotch Tennis Tours lanyard
- Tracked shipping
- No hidden fees !
2020 BNP Paribas Open – FAQ
Where will my stadium seats be located?
Tours include excellent Courtside or Stadium Box Seats, most of which are located on the West side and SW corner of the stadium (the sun will be behind you in the afternoon). Matches are also played on several other courts where seating is available on a first-come first-served basis.
What Is the Tournament Schedule?
The women’s 1st round action starts on Wednesday March 11 and the men’s 1st round begins on Thursday March 12.
What is the weather like in Indian Wells?
Being that it is in the middle of the desert, it features a very unique, beautiful climate. It can get hot during the days, sometimes hovering around 90 degrees, and then chilly at night, sometimes dipping into the 50s. Make sure to plan accordingly at the beginning of the day if you are attending both sessions.
How Do We Get to Indian Wells?
The closest airport is Palm Springs International Airport (PSP). If you plan on renting a car, we can include Parking Passes in your package. You may want to check the airfare into Ontario, LAX, Burbank, SNA, or San Diego for other options, though you’ll have a bit of a drive when you land.
Tennis Ticket Rain Policy
If the matches are cancelled due to weather or other reasons, seat privileges are lost for that day. No rain checks will be issued. Thankfully, in more than 10 years of bringing clients to Indian Wells, we have never had a single session rained out! Topnotch Tennis Tours does offer Travel Insurance; ask your sales representative for details.