Brewers double capacity for fans; AmFam Field will be at 50% beginning May 15
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Milwaukee Brewers announced Tuesday, May 11, seating capacity at American Family Field will increase from the current 25% to 50%, allowing more fans to experience live games in person all summer long.
The increase will be effective beginning with this Saturday’s game against the Atlanta Braves, May 15.
“Fans have returned with great enthusiasm to American Family Field this year, and today’s announcement allows us to meet the demand for tickets and elevate the entire ballpark experience,” said Brewers President – Business Operations Rick Schlesinger. “We have demonstrated to date that we can host fans safely at American Family Field, and we appreciate the support of City of Milwaukee Commissioner of Health Kirsten Johnson in increasing the capacity.”
Brewers officials shared updates on the news via a Zoom meeting Tuesday afternoon. Watch it below.
According to a news release, fans who hold full and partial season ticket packages will receive an email this week detailing their seating options moving forward.
Currently, single-game tickets are available for games scheduled through Thursday, May 27. This Friday, the Brewers will announce details about single-game ticket availability and the promotional schedule for games scheduled to be played from Monday, May 31 (Memorial Day) through Wednesday, June 16.
Later this month, the Brewers will release information on single-game tickets as well as the entire promotional schedule for games scheduled to be played from Friday, June 25 through the end of the season.
Tickets are available at brewers.com, by phone at 1-800-933-7890 or at the American Family Field Box Office. All online and phone purchases will be digitally delivered via the MLB Ballpark App.
For the time being, the Brewers will be designating two Loge Level seating sections as social distancing locations where seating pods will remain separated by six feet.