- One ticket to see a Milwaukee Brewers game
- Where: Miller Park
- Gates open: 60 minutes prior to first pitch
- Click here to view the seating chart, and here to see the view from each seat.
Games and Seating Options
- Against the Chicago White Sox on Monday, May 11, at 6:20 p.m.
- Against the White Sox on Tuesday, May 12, at 7:10 p.m.
- Against the White Sox on Wednesday, May 13, at 7:10 p.m.
- Click here for a list of available seating options on each date
Seats in the Gehl Club and Associated Bank Check Deck include two complimentary beers and a pre-game buffet that ends one hour after the first pitch. Click here to read more about each area.
When you click “Buy,” you’ll be redirected to brewers.com to complete your transaction. This offer applies toward the face value of tickets, but you’ll still need to pay all brewers.com fees and taxes in full.
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The Scouting Report
The month of May brings top opponents and interleague action to the confines of Miller Park. On May 25, the Brewers host the reigning MLB champs, the San Francisco Giants, in an early-afternoon showdown that ensures ball boys can make it home before bedtime. Fans in attendance for the May 12 game against the White Sox can enjoy prime views and plentiful eats from Gehl Club seating. The area, named one of the top five luxury suites in the MLB by Forbes, features a carving station, a buffet of bratwursts, nachos, and popcorn, as well as left-field views ideal for catching all-star outfielder Ryan Braun in action.
Originally founded as the Seattle Pilots in 1969, the Milwaukee Brewers have brought Major League Baseball to Wisconsin since 1970. The team played its first 30 seasons at Milwaukee County Stadium; Miller Park opened its gates in 2001, featuring field dimensions mapped out by legendary Brewer Robin Yount. Today, up to 41,900 fans pack into Miller Park to cheer on their home team as well as The Famous Racing Sausages and Bernie the Brewer, who soars down his iconic slide to celebrate home runs or cheer himself up after burning popcorn inside his elevated left-field clubhouse.