The Milwaukee Brewers, with support from the City of Milwaukee Health Department, announced on Wednesday, April 7 the return of tailgating to American Family Field.
Tailgating is back at American Family Field, the Brewers announced on Wednesday, April 7.
With COVID-19 restrictions in place at the ballpark, area businesses expect to see a lot of traffic from fans looking to catch the start to the season.
The Brewers take the field for Opening Day April 1 and FOX6 News stopped by American Family Field to take a look at one of the main attractions.
Brewers fans are eagerly anticipating the start of the regular season -- just to get back into the ballpark. But the Brewers organization is just more than about baseball.
With Opening Day less than a week away, fans and workers are being welcomed back—but not all at once.
The Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday, March 24 announced some changes that fans can expect as they enter the ballpark for the first time in 18 months.
County superstar Kenny Chesney has decided to move his tour that had been postponed from 2020 to 2022. That includes a stop at American Family Field in Milwaukee.
The City of Milwaukee Health Department approved a plan for the Milwaukee Brewers to begin the regular season at 25-percent of total capacity.
Officials with Milwaukee and Milwaukee County on Thursday, March 4 discussed the Brewers' plans to reopen American Family Field with limited capacity, as well as the latest developments related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Free-agent outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. is joining the Milwaukee Brewers, agreeing to the parameters of a $24 million, two-year contract.
The American Family Field sign is fully assembled at the home plate gate of the stadium.
The American Family Field sign outside the stadium near home plate is finished, one more step as the Milwaukee Brewers' home gets a new name.
The Brewers hope to have limited capacity for Opening Day, something Milwaukee's interim health commissioner remains optimistic about.