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In just 71 days, pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training. I know it isn’t even Christmas yet, but we are always thinking baseball here and today is another milestone as we approach the 2014 season. Today is the day Spring Training tickets go on sale.
Tickets for the Milwaukee Brewers home Spring Training games at Maryvale Baseball Park are on sale now via the internet at Brewers.com and by phone at 1-800-933-7890. Normal business hours for phone orders are from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. CT. Sales at the Maryvale Baseball Park Box Office will begin on Monday, February 3, 2014.
Tickets are available in four seating areas: Field Box ($23), Infield Reserved ($17), Outfield Reserved ($13) and Lawn Seating ($8). In addition, there will also be a limited number of advanced parking passes available for $5. Information on Spring Training season tickets can be obtained by calling the Milwaukee Brewers Ticket Office at (414) 902-4000.
Nearly every home Cactus League game will include a collectible bobblehead from this past season, offered to the first 2,000 fans in attendance. These giveaway dates include the following:
|Saturday, March 1||Los Angeles Dodgers||Carlos Gomez bobblehead|
|Monday, March 3||Chicago Cubs||Hank Aaron bobblehead|
|Thursday, March 6||Colorado Rockies||Ben Oglivie bobblehead|
|Friday, March 7||San Diego Padres||Cerveceros Day|
|Monday, March 10||Chicago White Sox||George Scott bobblehead|
|Saturday, March 15||Cincinnati Reds||Polish bobble|
|Monday, March 17||Chicago White Sox||Gorman Thomas bobblehead|
|Saturday, March 22||LA Angels of Anaheim||Harvey Kuenn bobblehead|
|Thursday, March 27||Cincinnati Reds||Ryan Braun bobblehead|
Tickets for the two exhibition games at Miller Park against the Kansas City Royals on Friday, March 28 and Saturday, March 29 will go on sale at a later date.
Pitchers and catchers are scheduled to report to Spring Training on Saturday, February 15. All position players have a report date of Friday, February 21. The first full workout is scheduled for Saturday, February 22.
If you love the Brewers, a trip to Spring Training is a great investment. Beautiful, sunny weather, Brewers baseball and a relaxed environment make it an enjoyable experience for Brewers fans of all ages.
Everyone knows Memorial Day is the unofficial start to summer and since it’s nice and sunny out today, that gives us even more reason to start daydreaming about all the fun coming up in Wisconsin over the next few months: tailgating at Brewers games (#1!), cookouts, concerts, festivals, and of course, Summerfest!
Well, next Thursday, June 6, the Brewers take on the Philadelphia Phillies at 7:10pm and the first 10,000 fans 21 and older will receive a Summefest Fest Flag that includes a weekday admission ticket to Summerfest (a $9 value), which runs June 26-30/July 2-7, 2013.
I’m interested in seeing Phil Vassar, Blues Traveler, Barenaked Ladies on the side stages and I’m thinking about Luke Bryan and or/Tim McGraw for the headliners–what about you? For the complete Summerfest lineup, click here.
To purchase tickets for the June 6 game, please visit brewers.com.
Yes, it’s finally here–tomorrow, Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Eli Young Band and Kacey Musgraves will make their way to Miller Park for The Corona Light Presents Kenny Chesney’s ‘No Shoes Nation’ Tour.
As a big country fan myself, I’ve been looking forward to this concert since we announced it last November.
And, just like you, I’m getting all geared up for tomorrow. I’m planning my tailgate with friends, shining up my cowboy boots and I’m blasting my “Good Stuff” playlist on repeat.
But what else do you need to know to have a fun and enjoyable experience? Read on for our A to Z guide.
A-to-Z Guide to the “No Shoes Nation” Concert at Miller Park
You may bring your camera, but lenses cannot be longer than a driver’s license. Want to share your photos with us? Use #NoShoesMKE on Twitter and Instagram and we may feature our favorites on the blog!
Consistent with our game-day carry-in policy, fans may not bring any cans, glass containers or alcohol into Miller Park. Soda, water or juice must be in factory-sealed plastic bottles. Fans may bring food items into the stadium using appropriate containers, but only food purchased within Miller Park will be allowed into Suite areas.
Bags, purses, fanny packs or soft-sided coolers must be 16 by 16 by 8 inches or smaller and will be searched.
Hard-sided coolers are not allowed in the ballpark.
Anyone who has seats on the field/floor or in the Sand Bar will need to obtain a wristband to access their seating area. Stations will be set up on the Field Level concourse near sections 110, 118 and 126 to distribute the wristbands.
Gates to the ballpark will open at 4 pm. The concert is scheduled to start at 5 pm.
Parking lots will open at 1 pm. Parking is $25 in advance at the stadium box office or online. Parking is $30 day-of-show.
Guests may not exit and re-enter Miller Park using the same ticket. However, in case of emergency, exceptions many apply. Please ask staff for assistance.
The roof status is always a big question folks have when we host games or events here. Right now, however, that’s still TBD. While the weather looks nice for tomorrow, it’s not nice right now as the artists are getting ready for the show, and as we know in Wisconsin, things can change quickly anyway. But open or closed, one thing is for sure–Miller Park will be rockin’!
5/18/13 Noon Update: Just heard from Senior Director of Stadium Operations Bob Hallas that the roof is expected to be OPEN if there is no rain in the area!
The parking lots at Miller Park will open at 1 pm and, just like at Brewers games, tailgating is permitted. Keep in mind that gates to the ballpark will open at 4 pm and the concert is scheduled to start at 5 pm. More than 100 portable toilets will be available in the Miller Park parking lots.
If you missed out on getting your tickets earlier, you’re in luck! As a result of production adjustment, a limited amount of tickets have been released today to this previously sold-out show. Check brewers.com/Chesney for availability.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has announced a full freeway closure of I-94 North-South – from 27th Street to College Avenue – which will take place from Friday evening, May 17 through Sunday morning, May 19, thus impacting No Shoes Nation concert-goers.
To better assist those attending the show, here is a map that includes detour routes. The posted northbound detour route has traffic exiting at 27th Street and continuing north to College Avenue to I-94 WEST (NB).
Two additional alternate routes that may be helpful follow:
Alternate 1: Exit I-94 WEST (NB) at 27th Street. Continue (north) on 27th Street to Lincoln Avenue. Turn left (west) on Lincoln Avenue followed by a right (north) onto 43rd Street/Miller Park Way.
Alternate 2: Exit I-94 WEST (NB) at 27th Street. Continue (north) on 27th Street to I-894 WEST. Continue (west) on I-894 WEST to I-894 NORTH. Continue (north) on I-894 NORTH to I-94 EAST and follow to Miller Park.
Concert attendees who travel along I-94 East (Northbound) through Kenosha and Racine counties should plan ahead and allow extra time for traveling. For additional information, please visit the project website at www.plan94.org
I just checked weather.com and, as of noon today, here’s what they are saying we can expect for tomorrow:
And there you have it–all you “need to know” before tomorrow’s concert!
Are you coming to the concert? Let me know how you’re getting in the mood.
Also, don’t forget to share your photos with us using #NoShoesMKE on Twitter and Instagram– We may feature our favorites on the blog!
See you there!
I don’t get to really sit in the stands too often at Miller Park anymore. I occasionally visit family and friends in the stands at Miller Park during home games and it is always fun to see parts of the game from different seats in the park. Maybe you too have had that same experience of moving around and sitting in different locations throughout the park for different. If you have found a certain section you enjoy in particular, buying specific seat locations on Brewers.com has never been easier because now fans will be able to literally select their seats.
The Brewers launched a new feature on Brewers.com that will allow fans to select specific seat locations online. The interactive seat maps are now live on Brewers.com and are available for all remaining games at Miller Park including the next home game, Monday, April 29th vs. Pittsburgh.
The Brewers partnered with ticking provider, Tickets.com and Major League Baseball Advanced Media to enable the technology on Brewers.com. The user-friendly interface allows ticket purchasers the ability to narrow their search for tickets by using a map that shows specific single game ticket availability in their favorite seating sections—all the way down to specific rows and seats. The system also allows fans to find ticket availability by most desired ticket price points for specific games as well as finding special ticket offers.
The maps are available online at www.brewers.com/tickets now. This technology will be a convenience for fans as well as make the fan experience even better.
“Brewers Chance 2 Advance Ticket Plan presented by Potawatomi” Allows Fans to Upgrade Seats After a Brewers Win
It seems like the Brewers are always coming up with unique ticket ideas. Ideas like the “Brewers Win, You Win” ticket plan, the “Holiday Four Packs,” “Ten Packs” and many others are just some of the many different options that cater to the different needs of each fan.
The Milwaukee Brewers today announced a new ticket promotion called “Brewers Chance 2 Advance Ticket Plan Presented by Potawatomi.” This is something we have never done as it allows fans the chance to upgrade their seats to the next highest ticket category every time the Brewers win. That is right, as if it wasn’t a reward enough to see a Brewers win, each time the Brewers win, your seats will be upgraded to a better location.
“This new ticket plan gives our fans another reason to root for a Brewers victory,” said Brewers Chief Operating Officer Rick Schlesinger. “You can’t lose, and if the Brewers win, so do you.”
Only a limited number of plans will be available, and they go on sale tomorrow (details below).
Here’s how the Ticket Plan works: For just $99, you will receive a ticket in the Bernie’s Terrace section to nine Tuesday home games at Miler Park (game dates are listed below). Starting on Tuesday, April 30, you will sit in Bernie’s Terrace and cheer for the Brewers to beat the Pirates. If the Brewers win, you can upgrade to a Terrace Reserved seat for the May 7 game against the Texas Rangers by paying a $2 processing fee. You will remain in the Terrace Reserved seat until the Brewers win the next game in the plan (when you have the opportunity to advance to the next best seating area (see below). If the Brewers win the first eight games in the plan, you will have the opportunity to sit in the Field Diamond Box section for the final game. If the Brewers do not win a game in the plan, simply exchange your Bernie’s Terrace ticket at no cost for a seat in the same section where you last advanced — no backsliding.
|Ticket Plan Game Dates:|
|Tuesday, April 30||vs. Pirates||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, May 7||vs. Rangers||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, May 21||vs. Dodgers||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, May 28||vs. Twins||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, June 4||vs. Athletics||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, July 9||vs. Reds||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, July 23||vs. Padres||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, August 20||vs. Cardinals||7:10 p.m.|
|Tuesday, September 3||vs. Pirates||7:10 p.m.|
|Order of Seat Upgrades:|
|1.) Bernie’s Terrace|
|2.) Terrace Reserved|
|3.) Terrace Box|
|4.) Loge Outfield|
|5.) Loge Infield|
|6.) Club Outfield|
|7.) Field Outfield|
|8.) Field Infield|
|9.) Field Diamond|
Ticket upgrades must be done in person at the Miller Park Ticket Office (between Windows 1-12 located behind home plate) anytime between the conclusion of the previous game and the start of the next game in the ticket plan. Box Office hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tickets for this plan will be available tomorrow, beginning at 9 a.m. Tickets can be purchased by calling (414) 902-GAME (4263) or by visiting Brewers.com/advance. Service fees apply.