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The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Athletic Complex will host more than a dozen men’s basketball games, four women’s basketball games, the state high school football championship and the Rainbow Warriors last home football game of the season from November 20–26.

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The Maui Invitational, traditionally hosted at the Lahaina Civic Center, will be played at the Stan Sheriff Center as the civic center continues to serve as a recovery center following the deadly wildfires. Eight college men’s teams will face-off in one of the preeminent college basketball tournaments that runs November 20–22.

It is important to note that there will be NO ONSITE PARKING for fans attending the Maui Invitational games. The parking structure is reserved for UH Mānoa students and employees. Maui Invitational organizers have scheduled shuttles for fans from several hotels and the Hawaiʻi Convention Center. Ride-share patrons will also be able to get dropped off and picked up.

  • The Zone 20 parking structure will be open ONLY FOR UH STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF. Individuals must show their UH ID or proof of UH affiliation as they approach the parking kiosk.
  • Impacted parking areas include the top section of Zone 17 near Dole Street, the makai portion of Zone 18 near the ROTC building, all of Zone 19 and the Commuter Permit moped racks near the law school and law library. Vehicles may be parked in the unaffected sections of the zones or Zone 20.
  • Maui Invitational fans will be dropped off/picked up in the area between the law school and law library. Avoid the area if possible or expect heavy foot traffic. Also, students and employees are encouraged to use the Zone 20 stairs or the ʻEwa elevator across from the music department.

Fans attending the UH men’s November 21 basketball game against Northern Arizona will be able to park at the structure after 6:30 p.m.

On November 24, fans can park at the structure to attend the UH women’s basketball tournament. There will be two games starting at noon. Then in the evening the Hawaiʻi High School Athletic Association will hold its open division state football championship at Clarence T.C. Ching Complex at 7 p.m.

On November 25, the women’s basketball tournament will resume. Games will be held at noon and 2:30 p.m. Parking for those games will be limited to upper campus. The Rainbow Warriors’ last home football game against Colorado State will kick off at 6 p.m.

On November 26, the women’s basketball tournament will wrap up with games at 2:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. The parking structure will be open to all fans.

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