Vivint Arena announced the return to full capacity fan seating Thursday morning after the Utah Jazz secured their spot in the next round of the NBA Playoffs.
More than 18,000 fans will be allowed back in the lower bowl, upper bowl and suites. Due to the NBA's required distance around the players, some lower bowel seats will remain unavailable.
A limited number of courtside seats will be available, but require proof of full COVID-19 vaccination and a negative rapid test result.
Single-game tickets for all home games to the Western Conference Semifinals will go on sale at 12 p.m. on June 3. Tickets will be available online and through the Utah Jazz mobile app.
The Jazz said Vivint will no longer require physical distancing between seats however other health and safety protocols will remain in place. This includes the requirement to wear masks throughout the building when not eating or drinking.
For the first time since 2018, the Jazz landed themselves in the second round of the playoff after defeating the Memphis Grizzlies Wednesday night.
They will play the winner of the LA Clippers-Dallas Mavericks series.
Game times are still to be determined, however, the NBA said the earliest game one could take place would be on June 6 at 1:30 p.m. at Vivint Arena.
Doors open two hours prior to tipoff alongside a pre-game party on the northeast corner of the plaza.