The 41,900-seat Milwaukee Brewers Stadium — better known as Miller Park — is host to a National League MLB team that has been playing in Wisconsin since 1970. Originally founded as the Seattle Pilots in 1969, they changed their name to the Brewers after settling in Milwaukee a year later. The Brewers played in Milwaukee County Stadium from 1970 to 2000, then moved to Miller Park in 2001. Once part of the American League, the Milwaukee Brewers won the AL Pennant and an AL East Division Title in 1982. The Brewers rivals include the St. Louis Cardinals and the Cincinnati Reds.
Where can I buy Milwaukee Brewers tickets?
When you're looking for upcoming Milwaukee Brewers tickets, you can find them at StubHub. StubHub has great seats available to see some exciting Brewers games.
What special acts happen at Brewers' games?
Besides live music acts that play at Miller Park, fans that show up to every Milwaukee Brewers game are in for a real treat — the Klement's Sausage Race takes place during the top and the bottom of the sixth inning. Check this wacky race out by buying your tickets at StubHub.
What events take place at Miller Park?
In 2001, a new, multi-purpose facility known as Miller Park has been host to a Farm Aid 25th anniversary concert along with many rock, pop and country music performances. The Brewers have a full schedule of games featuring lots of National League teams at this park. Regarding their performance on the field last season, the Brewers clinched a playoff spot in the post-season by beating the St. Louis Cardinals on September 26, 2018. The Brewers then went on to win their division by defeating the Cubs in an NL Central tiebreaker. They finished off the Colorado Rockies to win the NLDS but lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NLCS. You can purchase your upcoming Milwaukee Brewers tickets at StubHub so you can enjoy the many sights and sounds of an MLB game at Miller Park.
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