ATLANTA -- Final Four frenzy has officially taken over Atlanta.
But if you don't have tickets to the big games, don't worry! There are plenty of ways to get in on the fun.
If you love free concerts, Centennial Park should be your first stop. Ludacris and FloRida rocked the stage Saturday; Sting and Dave Matthews Band are set to perform Sunday. Both of Saturday's Final Four games will be shown live on big screens. The park is open from noon to 10pm Saturday and opens at 2pm Sunday.
To the die-hard basketball fans: Bracket Town is for you! Admission is $10 for adults and $6 for kids. Located in the Georgia World Congress Center, fans can enjoy autographs, giveaways and countless basketball shooting games.
Sunday brings Division II and Division III championship games. Amherst plays Mary Hardin-Baylor for the Division III championship at 12:30pm. The Division II game between Drury and Metro State begins at 4pm. Both games will be played at Philips Arena; they are free and open to the public.
Sunday morning, kids can participate in the Final Four Youth Dribble, but must register in advance. BracketTown will also have youth clinics all day. For a full schedule of weekend events, visit the NCAA website.