NCAA Championship: Where to watch Kentucky-UConn game on big screen

Herald-Leader Staff ReportApril 6, 2014 


Kentucky's Andrew Harrison (5) drove to the basket during second half action of the NCAA Final Four semi-finals Saturday April 5, 2014 at AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff


If you want to watch Kentucky play UConn on the big screen, at least two venues in Lexington are planning to show it — for free. Here are the details.

Kentucky Theatre. 214 E. Main St., (859) 231-6997, Game will be shown free in the smaller State Theater, which will open about 7 p.m. Monday. Tickets required but available at the door. Popcorn, concessions, soda and beer for sale.

Movie Tavern. 133 N. Locust Hill Dr., (859) 266-4667, The combination restaurant and movie theater will have two screens devoted to Monday’s game. Admission is free, but tickets are required (limit of two per person); available first-come, first-served at 10 a.m. Monday.

Also, if you plan to go to a sports bar or restaurant, we rounded up what 32 places were offering for Saturday’s Final Four game — and most venues planned something similar for Monday’s game should Kentucky advance. Well, the Cats did. Click here to see our guide, which you can use as a reference — but call ahead to check details.

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