Sacramento Kings Tickets for the Remaining Home Games of the 2020-21 Season on Sale Tomorrow at 10 a.m.

Posted: April 28, 2021

Tickets for the remaining Sacramento Kings 2020-21 season home games go on sale to the general public on Thursday, April 29 at 10 a.m. on The team is set to host the San Antonio Spurs (May 7), Oklahoma City Thunder (May 9 and 11) and Utah Jazz ( May 16). Health and Safety Protocols The Kings and Golden 1 Center have partnered with public health and medical experts, government officials, and the NBA to implement an extensive set of health and safety measures.

• Testing, vaccines, and health screening: Prior to entry, fans will need to show proof of vaccination (showing receipt of both doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine at least seven days prior to the event or the Johnson & Johnson vaccine at least 14 days prior to the event) or a negative COVID-19 PCR or Antigen test completed within 72 hours of the event. Fans will then take part in a verbal health screening with a Golden 1 Center Ambassador.

• Masks and physical distancing requirements: Masks will be required for guests ages 2+ in seating areas and throughout the arena concourses when not actively eating in the designated eating section. Guests will see increased health and safety measures and signage to promote physical distancing throughout the arena, including at entry points and restrooms. All seating will be arranged in a physically distanced manner and the number of people allowed on elevators at one time will be limited.

• Contactless entry and payment: Fans will enter Golden 1 Center via mobile ticketing and contactless entry. All food, beverage and retail kiosks will be cashless and contactless, like the arena’s Zippin check-out free convenience store added in September 2019.

• Food and beverage: Individually packaged food and beverage will be available for purchase via mobile ordering for pick up at select Local Eats stands on the Plaza Level. Food and beverage may only be consumed in designated areas inside the arena and directly outside the Grand Entrance in the DOCO Plaza.

• No bags policy: Bags larger than 8” x 6” x 1” will not be allowed. Medical and infant bags will be permitted.

• Enhanced, continuous cleaning and sanitization: Hand sanitizing stations have been installed throughout the facility. Arena staff will increase the frequency of cleaning and sanitation in all areas being used, with an emphasis on commonly used surfaces such as seats, handrails and restrooms. The team has also implemented hospital-grade disinfection technology across high traffic guest, team and employee spaces.

• Certifications: In preparation for welcoming fans back to the LEED Platinum arena, Golden 1 Center received both the GBAC STAR Facility Accreditation and WELL Health and Safety Rating. To achieve these gold-standard industry designations, Golden 1 Center demonstrated enhanced strategies in cleaning and sanitization procedures, strengthened air and water quality management, emergency preparedness programs, health service resources, and stakeholder engagement and communications materials.  

For more information on fan experience and health and safety protocols, visit

Administrators of Color Fellows

"What's Really Going On"

Announcing the California Arts Council Administrators of Color Fellows
and Host Organization

Pilot statewide fellowship program pairs arts leaders of color with established cultural organizations for mentorship and professional development opportunities

SACRAMENTO, CA – The School of Arts & Culture at the Mexican Heritage Plaza (SOAC), an Administering Organization of the California Arts Council, today announced the inaugural cohort of Fellows and Host Organizations for the California Arts Council Administrators of Color Fellowship program.

Individual arts administrators and cultural organizations will participate in a nine-month professional development fellowship committed to expanding equity in the arts and community engagement beginning this month.

About the California Arts Council Administrators of Color Fellowship

The California Arts Council Administrators of Color Fellowship program was initiated by the California Arts Council with the goal of uplifting an inclusive workforce and supporting the vibrancy of organizations that create and preserve the cultural identities of all California communities, reflecting the Arts Council’s commitment to racial equity. The pilot program is made possible by a grant from the James Irvine Foundation and 2018 one-time increased state arts funding.

“California is the most diverse state in the country, and it is essential for the leadership at our arts and culture organizations to reflect our communities,” said California Arts Council Chair Larry Baza. “The urgency for arts organizations to invest more in our artists and arts leaders of color is greater than ever, and the Administrators of Color Fellowship program provides institutional access and resources to bolster these extraordinary Fellows in their future leadership roles. As a native Californian and arts administrator of color whose career spans more than 40 years in our state, it gives me, my colleagues on the Council, and the CAC staff great pride in providing this career pathway for the next generation of California’s arts administrators of color.”

Baza added, “This program represents our Council’s values by fostering a sense of belonging as we support California’s cultural workers. We are grateful to The James Irvine Foundation for their generosity in support of the program, allowing SOAC to successfully develop a hands-on program for the Fellows and Host Organizations at this vital time.”

The Arts Council designated SOAC, a cultural institution in East San Jose, as the statewide Administering Organization at a public meeting in September 2019, following a competitive application process. SOAC and their local community partner SVCreates, with support from the California Arts Council, managed the marketing and outreach of the call for Fellows and Host Organizations applications, facilitated the peer-review panel process, and developed programming.

SOAC will offer valuable engagement opportunities for Fellows, including monthly virtual professional development sessions and immersive co-learning programming reflecting the concerns of the communities where Fellows and Host Organizations are based. SOAC will provide a final evaluation report at the completion of the program.

“This $1 million workforce development initiative is years in the making, and carries even more weight as our creative sector grapples with unprecedented challenges,” said Jonathan Borca, Director of Strategic Partnerships at SOAC and Program Director for CAC ACF. “Personally, this work gives me energy. As we see our communities uprise and demand racial equity, I wake up daily hoping to do justice for this inspiring network of change agents.”

Fellows will receive a $50,000 stipend in addition to professional development opportunities and resources.
The fellowship offers Host Organizations $35,000 to mentor their Fellows and assist with administrative costs
of the program.

About the Fellows & Host Organizations Following a competitive application process in the summer of 2020, SOAC convened a panel of experienced arts administrators and culture bearers to select this year’s cohort, reflecting the breadth of expertise from arts leaders of color statewide. The 2021 cohort includes 10 individual Fellows paired with mentoring Host Organizations based in their respective regions. Click here to learn more, including Fellow bios and Host Organization details.

Bay Area Fellow: Sarah Guerra (Oakland) Host:

Richmond Art Center (Richmond) Fellow: Betty Nguyễn (San Jose) Host: Red Ladder Theatre Company (Japantown, San Jose) Fellow: Javier Stell-Frésquez (San Francisco) Host: World Arts West (San Francisco)

Central Coast Fellow: Eric Mora (Salinas) Host: Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History (Downtown Santa Cruz)

Central Valley
Fellow: Theodore Davis (Stockton) Host: Arte Américas: The Mexican Arts Center (Downtown Fresno)

Greater Los Angeles Fellow: Jade Puga (Los Angeles) Host: Avenue 50 Studio (Highland Park, Los Angeles)

Greater Northern Region – Capital Fellow: Beatrice Thomas (Vallejo) Host: Latino Center of Art and Culture (Sacramento)

Greater Northern Region – Upstate Fellow: Nanette Kelley (McKinleyville) Host: Ink People Center for the Arts (Downtown Eureka)

Inland Empire Fellow: Khalil Bleux – (Murrieta) Host: Riverside Art Museum (Riverside)

San Diego Area Fellow: Luisa Martínez (Tijuana/Chula Vista) Host: Museum of Us (Balboa Park, San Diego)

For more information about the California Arts Council Administrators of Color Fellowship program, visit Click here to view the full announcement from the School of Arts & Culture at the Mexican Heritage Plaza.

Arts Council Media Inquiries: Kimberly Brown Public Affairs Specialist [email protected] Fellowship Program Contact: Jonathan Borca, SOAC Director of Strategic Partnerships [email protected]