MILWAUKEE – The Division-leading Milwaukee Brewers are home at American Family Field on Monday to begin a six-game homestand against the Atlanta Braves (May 16-18) and Washington Nationals (May 20-22). Tickets are available for all six games, including Healthcare Appreciation Night on May 17, I Love the ‘90s postgame concert on May 21 and the first bobblehead day of the season – Willy Adames on May 22.
The Brewers will honor the legendary Hank Aaron during the series with the Atlanta Braves. Players will be seen wearing the “44” patch, “44” will be stenciled on the pitcher’s mound, and a portion of the 50/50 proceeds will benefit the Chasing the Dream Foundation in Milwaukee, a cause near and dear to Aaron’s heart.
Postgame concerts are back! All fans in attendance for the Crew’s matchup against the Nationals on May 21 will get to enjoy the I Love the ‘90s postgame concert. Fans can upgrade their experience with a Field Pass, featuring on-field access for the performance starting at $25. See below for a lineup of artists performing.
Fans can celebrate Military Appreciation Day with the Crew on Sunday, May 22 when the Brewers welcome 26 veterans on their “Tour of Honor” with the Stars and Stripes Honor Flight at American Family Field. Before the game, the veterans will be recognized on-field during a pregame ceremony for their service. As a special thank you, players will gift each veteran with a personalized and autographed Brewers jerseys marked with the veteran’s name and a player’s number. Further, every Sunday home game during the regular season, active-duty military and veterans can receive complimentary and half-price tickets in select locations.
Single-game tickets for games at American Family Field throughout the remainder of the regular season are available for purchase. Tickets can be purchased at brewers.com, 1-800-933-7890 or at the American Family Field Box Office. All online and phone purchases will be digitally delivered through the MLB app.
The full schedule of promotions and events for the upcoming homestand is available below:
Monday, May 16 vs. Atlanta Braves – 6:40 p.m.
Miller High Life Monday – All Terrace Reserved tickets are $6, courtesy of Miller High Life. Enjoy special Happy Hour pricing, one hour prior to first pitch, on select products at concession stands behind sections 204, 421 and 425.
Henry Aaron Scholarship Recipients Ceremonial First Pitch – MKE Fellows and Kappa Alpha Psi Foundation have been designated to receive the inaugural Henry Aaron Scholarship, a new scholarship created by BCF this year in Aaron’s honor. Representatives from each organization will throw the ceremonial first pitch.
Tuesday, May 17 vs. Atlanta Braves – 6:40 p.m.
Theme Night Ticket Package: Healthcare Appreciation Night – With the purchase of a Theme Night ticket package, fans receive a Brewers branded scrub top. The package is presented by Aurora Health Care. “Treat Yourself” stations will be available for health care workers to pamper themselves. Thank You cards will be available for fans to sign and will be delivered to health care workers at multiple Aurora Health Care locations. Imunique Triplett, a Milwaukee teen who earned a nursing degree before finishing high school, will throw a ceremonial first pitch. Imunique earned her degree as part of the M3 program which is a partnership between MATC, Milwaukee Public Schools and UW-Milwaukee.
Season Seat Holder Appreciation Day – Brewers Season Seat Holders receive 25 percent off concessions and $25 off retail purchases of $100 or more.
Wednesday, May 18 vs. Atlanta Braves – 12:10 p.m.
Kids and Seniors Discount Day – Kids 14 and under & seniors 60+ save 50 percent on tickets, courtesy of WPS Health Insurance.
Senior Stroll – Following the game, seniors 60-and-over can stroll along the outfield warning track, presented by WPS Health Insurance. The line starts behind section 111 and will be led by a selected Senior Stroll Leader. The leader is selected at random from fully completed entries, which are available from WPS team members at the game, located in the concourse behind section 113 through the 4th inning.
Hearing Loss Awareness Day - The Brewers are partnering with local hearing loss organizations to raise awareness on how to prevent hearing loss and promote ear and hearing care. A hearing screening van will be stationed on the Third Base Plaza to provide the complimentary hearing test. Local hearing loss organizations will be stationed on the Field Level, on the first base side to provide pertinent information about hearing loss and hearing care.
Friday, May 20 vs. Washington Nationals – 7:10 p.m.
Season Seat Holder Appreciation Day – Brewers Season Seat Holders receive 25 percent off concessions and $25 off retail purchases of $100 or more.Miller Lite Beerpen – Fans 21-or-older in the Miller Lite Beerpen will receive a free Brewers bucket hat, courtesy of Miller Lite.
Student Night, presented by UW Credit Union – All college and high school students can purchase Terrace Reserved tickets for $9 or right field Loge Bleachers tickets for $15.
5-County Friday – Residents of Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Washington and Waukesha Counties save 50 percent on tickets. The offer excludes the Miller Lite Beerpen, All-Inclusive Areas, Platinum Seats and Uecker Seats.
Brewers Community Foundation Weekend – The first BCF Weekend of the year is May 20-22, and fans can visit the right field corner on the Field Level concourse for fundraising games and sales that support BCF’s mission to extend financial support to nonprofits that provide quality programming in the areas of health, education, recreation and basic needs.
RBI Athlete of the Month – This month’s RBI Athlete is Juan Jadel Salas from Milwaukee, who attends St. Anthony Middle School. Juan will be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch.
Community MVP Award, presented by Meijer – Each month this season, the Milwaukee Brewers and Meijer will recognize a nonprofit organization from the state of Wisconsin and honor it with the Community MVP Award, presented by Meijer. Congratulations to the May honoree: Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Saturday, May 21 vs. Washington Nationals – 6:10 p.m.
I Love the ‘90s Tour Postgame Concert featuring Vanilla Ice, Treach of Naughty by Nature and Rob Base – All fans in attendance for the Crew’s matchup against the Nationals will get to enjoy the ultra-nostalgic postgame show. Fans can upgrade their experience with a Field Pass, featuring on-field access for the performance starting at $25.
Brewers Coupon Book – The first 25,000 ticketed fans 18+ will receive a coupon book with special offers and savings.
Ceremonial First Pitches – Ceremonial first pitches will be thrown by former University of Wisconsin Football players Travis Beckum, John Clay and Brian Calhoun.
Grand Slam Teacher of the Month, presented by USCellular ®: The Brewers Grand Slam Teacher of the Month Award recognizes educators from all grades and disciplines who play a pivotal role in students’ lives, improving student achievement and using innovative strategies during these challenging times. Congratulations to all the nominees and to the May winner: Dawn Paisley of Bangor Elementary School.
Sunday, May 22 vs. Washington Nationals – 1:10 p.m.
Willy Adames Bobblehead Day – The first 35,000 ticketed fans receive a Willie Adames bobblehead, presented by Toyota.
Military Discount – On Sunday home games during the regular season, active-duty military and veterans can show their ID at the Box Office on the day of the game and receive two complimentary Terrace Level tickets or purchase half-price tickets in other select locations. Subject to availability.
Kids Run the Bases – Following all Sunday home games, kids 14 and under are invited onto the field to run the bases, presented by Aurora Health Care.
Brewers Honor Veterans – In honor of Armed Forces Day, the Brewers will welcome 26 veterans on their “Tour of Honor” with the Stars and Stripes Honor Flight at American Family Field. Before the game, the veterans will be recognized on-field for their service. As a special thank you, players gifted each veteran with a personalized and autographed Brewers jerseys marked with the veteran’s name and a player’s number.
Fans will see Army and Coast Guard vehicles on display outside of American Family Field and can take in the War Memorial Center traveling exhibit, I Am Not Invisible, showcasing the female military experience. Anna Mae Robertson, one of the women featured in the exhibit, will be in attendance for the game and recognized as the Jim Beam Hero of the Day. She served in the only all-black, all-female battalion that deployed overseas during World War II.
The 484th Army Band will perform the National Anthem and the honor guard will include a representative from all six military branches. Two veterans will throw the ceremonial first pitch. They include Linda McClenahan, affectionally known as “Sister Sarge,” McClenahan served in Vietnam and then came home and entered the convent - she now spends her time giving spiritual guidance and counseling to veterans with PTSD; and Major General Johnny K. Davis, Commanding General of the U.S. Army Cadet Command at Fort Knox, Kentucky, and a Milwaukee native.
Thanks to the Brewers Community Foundation, five members from different branches of the military will compete in the Military Appreciation Day Challenge. The winning branch will receive a $10,000 donation to the USO in their name.
Ongoing Around the Ballpark:
Ticket Availability: Single-game tickets for games at American Family Field can be purchased at brewers.com, 1-800-933-7890 or at the American Family Field Box Office. All online and phone purchases will be digitally delivered through the MLB Ballpark app.
Parking Lots and Gates: Pre-paid parking passes can be purchased with game tickets and digitally delivered for fan convenience and no-touch entry. Day of game parking is available with credit card or cash payment. Parking lots will open three hours in advance of the game, except for 6:40 p.m. weekday games in which parking lots open two and a half hours in advance. Find more information at brewers.com/Tailgating. Stadium gates will open 90 minutes prior to game time.
Cashless Ballpark: No cash payments will be accepted in American Family Field. Should fans have cash, there will be kiosks around the ballpark where they can exchange cash for a prepaid card – if not fully used at American Family Field, these cards can be used outside the ballpark where credit cards are accepted. There is a $20 minimum and there are no fees for this service.
Catch the Game: The Milwaukee Brewers 162 regular-season broadcast schedule includes every game broadcast on both television and radio. This is Bob Uecker’s 52nd season calling Brewers games on Newsradio 620 WTMJ and he is joined by Lane Grindle, Jeff Levering and Josh Maurer. Bally Sports Wisconsin, the exclusive local television home of the Brewers, will broadcast all non-nationally televised games, featuring Brian Anderson and Jeff Levering, Bill Schroeder and Sophia Minnaert. Craig Coshun will host Brewers Live, joined by Tim Dillard and Vinny Rottino.
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Brewers Unfiltered: Catch the newly launched weekly podcast, Brewers Unfiltered, where veteran journalist Adam McCalvy, Brewers broadcaster and alum Tim Dillard, and Brewers social media manager Brad Ford serve up the latest Brewers news and storylines with a side of laughs and entertainment.
Yearbook: The Brewers annual yearbook is available at all retail locations at American Family Field for $10.Charging Stations: This season fans can find ChargeFUZE portable chargers available around the ballpark to rent, take to their seats and use any place in the ballpark. This is in addition to the complimentary charging stations provided by UScellular®.
American Family Field Roof: For game day roof status and weather report, visit mlb.com/brewers/ballpark/roof-status or call the American Family Field Roof Hotline at 414-902-4636.