The Best US Sporting Events Worth Traveling For in 2020 (part 2)

Women’s Final Four, New Orleans, Apr. 3-5

Another major event hits the Big Easy within the spring because the Women’s Final Four invades New Orleans in early April.

Baylor won a thriller over Notre Dame in last year’s final, but the Bears’ biggest threat to a repeat could come from the opposite team it had to hammer in last year’s event – Oregon.

The Ducks are the nation’s current top-ranked team and are led by perhaps the nation’s top talent in senior guard Sabrina Ionescu.

Regardless of how the sector shakes out, if the recent women’s Final Fours have taught us anything, you would possibly not want to miss any of the action because they’re likely to be high on drama and go right down to the wire.

Final Four, Atlanta, Apr. 4-6

Nothing gets the competitive juices flowing quite like filling out NCAA tournament brackets during March Madness.

Last year’s tournament saw only one No. 1 seed – Virginia – survive to the ultimate weekend. However, the Cavaliers ended up winning it all.

This year, we enter the season once more without a clear-cut favorite on which team will hamper the nets in Atlanta on the primary weekend of April.

If you would like any longer incentive to attend, a free concert at Centennial Olympic Park on an off day between games is going to be headlined by Taylor Swift.

The Masters, Augusta, GA, Apr. 9-12

The state of Georgia will still have the eye of sports fans in April as eyes move from Atlanta toward Augusta following the conclusion of the ultimate Four. The Masters kicks off during the second weekend of April.

Golf’s first major is usually a headline event, but the very fact that Tiger Woods will attempt to repeat as this year’s champion and win in August for the sixth time is certain to bring a touch more juice to galleries of fans attending.