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  • Packers Tickets for London Game in 2022

    Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
    The Packers will take on the Giants at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on 10/9/22

    Of all the games on the Packers 2022 schedule, one game stands out. Green Bay will face the New York Giants at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, on October 9. Green Bay is one of the last NFL teams to play overseas. The Packers organization knew that the economic impact of losing a home game would be significant. At some point, they had to commit to a game, as each NFL team is required to play in various locations such as Mexico, Germany, or England. For the Packers, that time has come.

    In the United States, kickoff will be at 8:30 a.m. Central time. The big question is how to get tickets for the Packers game in London. In early May, the Packers announced that a “very limited” number of tickets would be made available for Packers season ticket holders. At that time, prices and seat locations were not known. Now that the entire 2022 NFL schedule has been released, tickets for that game are showing up on broker sites like ours. Current prices reflect a number of things such as the conversion from Dollars to Pounds, the scarcity of tickets in the resale marketplace, and the demand for tickets from the local fans in England. If you do plan to attend the game, be sure to work with a trusted ticket source such as Ticket King.

    If you are staying in central London for the game, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is in northern region of the city, in Tottenham. It’s easily accessible via the Overground Orange Line, starting at the Liverpool Street Station. Exit at the White Hart Lane station, and walk east to the stadium.

     

  • Packers 2022 Schedule and Tickets | Ticket King Wisconsin

    Ticket King - Packers Tickets The Green Bay Packers 2022 schedule has been released. The Packers will start the season on the road, at Minnesota. Tickets for the road game at U.S. Bank Stadium will be in high demand, as Packers fans love to travel. The Packers first home game is a Sunday night affair, against the Chicago Bears on September 18.  From there, the Packers travel to Tampa Bay for an afternoon game against the Buccaneers. Green Bay will take on the Patriots on 10/2 at Home. From there, the team will travel to London to play the Giants.

    The Packers vs. Jets game at home will be their first noon game of the season. After that, the team will travel to FedEx Field to face the Commanders. One of the bigger matchups of the 2022 season will be the Packers vs. Bills game at Highmark Stadium on 10/30. The Lions host the Packers on 11/6 before the Green Bay vs. Dallas game on 11/13. On 11/17, the Titans will come to Green Bay for a Thursday night game. The rest of the regular season schedule is below.

    • Packers @ Eagles – 11/27
    • Packers @ Bears – 12/4
    • Rams @ Packers – 12/19
    • Packers @ Dolphins 12/25
    • Vikings @ Packers 1/1/23
    • Lions @ Packers 1/7/23

    Ticket King is your source for all Packers home and away game tickets. We’re happy to find the seats that you need. Order online or call our office at (414)273-6007.

  • BMO Harris Pavilion Seating Chart & Sections

     

    BMO Harris Pavilion seating chart

    The BMO Harris Pavilion seating chart above makes it easy for music fans to find their seats. The BMO Harris Pavilion has thirteen separate sections under the roof. The first five sections, also numbered one through five are directly in front of the stage. The remaining sections, numbered six through thirteen are separated by a walkway. Seat number one at BMO Harris Pavilion is always on the right side of each section. The seat numbers go up as you move to the left.

    BMO Harris Pavilion History & Design

    This award-winning, outdoor Milwaukee venue was completed in 2012. It’s one of the many stages on the Summerfest grounds, and it’s located just north of the American Family Insurance amphitheater. It’s one of only two venues that allow for reserved seating during Summerfest performances. The pavilion seats 5000 people, with room for much more if you add the standing room areas behind the assigned seats. Some shows have assigned seats throughout the venue, whereas other less popular events may list the center sections as reserved. ADA seating can be found in nine separate areas in the venue.

    The BMO Harris Pavilion is nearly 50,000 square feet in area, with grand views of Lake Michigan and the Milwaukee skyline for ticket holders that sit in sections to the right of the stage. The pavilion can be accessed from any festival entrance, but for shows that occur before or after Summerfest, try entering the south gates to make your journey to your seats as short as possible.

  • Deer District Restaurant and Pub Guide 2022

    Ticket King - Milwaukee Bucks - Deer DistrictThe Deer District is no longer a “hidden gem” after the Bucks profile rose throughout the playoffs last season. With the Milwaukee Bucks winning the 2021 NBA Championship all eyes are on another successful run in 2022.  Bucks fans will once again be looking to join in the festivities. If you have been to the Deer District in the past, you may already know that you can find great food and a lively atmosphere just outside the doors of the Fiserv Forum. Thousands descended on the Deer District during the 2021 NBA Playoff run. This season, fans will return and they have many options for food, drink, and fun. This is Ticket King’s Deer District Food and Drink Guide for 2022.

    We must start with The Fiserv Forum itself. The Fiserv is sleek, modern, and the best NBA venue in the league. From craft beers to local burgers, the food at the Fiserv Forum matches the quality of the venue. Check out the Fiserv Forum for Bucks games, concerts, or Marquette basketball.

    Just outside the Fiserv Forum is the Mecca Sports Bar & Grill. It’s the place to be for Bucks watch parties and Brewers broadcasts. You won’t miss a second of the action with their 64 hi-def televisions. The Mecca seats over 700 people and reservations are recommended for Bucks playoff game days.

    Good City Brewing opened a second location, taking advantage of the crowds in the Deer District. It’s located on Juneau Avenue, just around the corner from the Mecca Bar and Grill. You will not be disappointed with their beer menu. Good City has a great lineup of pub-style sandwiches, pizza, and salads. For those looking for a great non-alcoholic drink, try their Athletic Upside Down or Athletic Free Wave drinks.

    The Beer Garden is another easy choice for gathering before, during, or after the game. Located between the Mecca Sports Bar and Good City Brewing, you will find it’s an outdoor oasis on warm nights. The Beer Garden is a great option if you don’t have a ticket to the game, but still want to hang out with a laid-back group of Bucks fans.

    Don’t forget Punch Bowl Social for more than your average viewing party. Punch Bowl Social is known for its bowling, arcade games, karaoke, and food. All ages are welcome until 10 pm. After that, the venue transitions to a 21 and over “place to be.” This guide does not cover every option for food and drink in and around the Deer District. Explore the neighborhood and you’ll find pubs, restaurants, hotels, and shopping.

  • New Food Options at American Family Field

    Ticket King WisconsinThe old days of finding just hot dogs and popcorn at American Family Field are long gone. For Brewers fans, Milwaukee restaurateurs have made their way into the ballpark’s kitchens. Fans can find new foods from Maxie’s, Story Hill, Black Shoe, and Blue’s Egg. You can find breakfast sandwiches, cheese curds, chorizo sausage, and so much more. Care for a Peppered Brandy Burger? Loren Rue, executive chef of Delaware North, hopes to provide Brewers fans with “The best food in baseball.” Here’s a sample of food now available at American Family Field.

    Updates to the famous Johnsonville Bratwurst are getting rave reviews. 

    • Johnsonville Ultimate Bratwurst, made with apple sauerkraut, brown mustard, Swiss cheese, and onion.
    • Johnsonville Chorizo Breakfast Sandwich, with egg, American cheese, cilantro, comeback sauce on a brioche bun.
    • Johnsonville Tipsy Polish Sausage, with caramelized onions, brown mustard, tots, and cherry peppers.
    • Johnsonville Sausage with sweet peppers, giardiniera, and mozzarella cheese.

    A new twist on an old favorite the hot dog was created by the folks at Story Hill BKC.

    • Hot dog with Sharp cheddar, curds, & ranch dressing.
    • Hot dog with Sharp cheddar, jalapeno, and tots.
    • Chili dog with sour cream and scallions.
    • Brat strip dog with sauerkraut, mustard, and cheese sauce.

    New burger styles are also getting attention at American Family Field.

    • Double Story Burger, with cheese and pickles, on a brioche.
    • Bacon Burger on a brioche.
    • Peppered Brandy Burger with Swiss cheese, brandy onions, and peppercorn mayo on brioche.

    Chicken by Maxie’s is now the rage.

    • Fried chicken sandwich with pickles, American cheese, sauce on a brioche bun.
    • Chicken tenders with sauce.

    Fans can try the latest cocktails at the Cream City Cocktail Bar to wash it all down. To be sure, your old favorites will still be available at the ballpark.

  • Parking Passes at Lambeau Field for Packers Games

    Parking for Packers Games at Lambeau Field

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    Ticket King has access to a limited number of Packers parking passes. Visit our website and click the parking tab on the Packers tickets page.  Ticket King’s Green Bay office on Oneida Street is just a few hundred feet from Lambeau Field. We also have parking spaces available for purchase in our parking lot for every home game. Spaces go fast. Look for the parking tab on the ticket page.

    Parking at Lambeau Field

    There are sixteen official parking lots managed by the Packers, and most of the spaces are sold to season ticket holders. Nearly every Packers reserved parking space can be found between Lombardi Avenue to the north, Valley View Road to the south, Ridge Road to the west, and Oneida Street to the east.

    Traffic Control on Packers Game Day

    Be advised that some streets closest to Lambeau Field will be one-way-traffic on game day, to help with traffic flow. Oneida Street, between McCarthy Way and Lombardi Avenue is closed entirely to automobile traffic during the game.

    Private Parking Lots in Green Bay

    Private parking spaces on lawns driveways of nearby homes are also available. The commercial properties between Oneida street and Holmgren Way (just south of the stadium) may also offer parking on game day. Lastly, there is street parking available on game days. The Packers offer game day cash parking in lots 10 & 14 off Ridge Road and Lot 15 off Ridge Road & Lombardi Ave. Spaces are also sold in Lot 17 off Argonne Street for $20 (2021 prices, subject to change.) You can also click the link here for limited spaces available through Ticket Star.

  • Lambeau Field Carry In and Bag Policy

    Ticket King Green BayWhat can you bring into Lambeau Field on Packers game day? At Lambeau Field, there are strict rules to follow when it comes to carry-in items and their bag policy. First, there are no weapons allowed at Lambeau Field. You must consent to a personal search upon approach to the gates or you will be denied entry. It is important to check the latest policy for carry-in items, as things may change from game to game. All fans will pass a metal detector while entering Lambeau Field. There is no need to remove jackets, belts, or shoes when entering the stadium. There are express lanes for fans that do not bring bags or a stadium seat.

    Bag Restrictions for Lambeau Field

    If you must bring a bag into the stadium it must meet the size requirements, and it must be made of clear plastic. Ticket King has clear plastic bags upon request, should you need one that fits the size restrictions. The clear (gallon size) bag must be no larger than 12 X 6 X 12 inches. Otherwise, no bags, coolers, strollers, umbrellas, duffel bags, large purses, fanny packs, or banners are allowed. No food, beverages, video cameras, and large still photo cameras are allowed.

    Fans can bring extra layers of clothing or blankets, as long as they fit them into the clear bag or carry it loosely through the gates for inspection. Cell phones and small binoculars are allowed. Battery-operated clothing is permitted for cold-weather games. Fans can also bring in stadium seats, the type that are no wider than eighteen inches and fit squarely onto the bleachers. No arm rests are allowed on the stadium seats. Since Lambeau Field is mostly made up of benches that are sized for people who’s average stature was smaller two generations ago, the Packers organization adheres to these carry in and bag policies in order to keep the football experience close to a theme that is more traditional when compared to other NFL stadiums. Expect to get to know the person sitting next to you on a stadium bench, as it’s a tight fit at Packers games.

    Packers Lambeau Field Carry In Policy

  • Bucks Parking at the Fiserv Forum

    Where can you park at the Fiserv Forum for Milwaukee Bucks games?

    Surrounding the Fiserv Forum, there are parking lots to be found in pretty much every direction. We suggest the SP+ Parking structure at 1030 N. 6th Street, just south of the Fiserv Forum. That structure is five stories tall and less than one block from the venue. North of the Fiserv you can find parking at 1215 N. 5th Street. That lot holds over 1200 cars.

    A surface parking lot at 623 W. State Street is located just south of the Milwaukee Police District 1 station. Two small surface parking lots are just east of the Fiserv Forum. Impark’s surface lot is at 1048 Vel R. Philips Avenue. The other small surface lot is at 332 W. State Street. Northeast of the Forum is another surface lot, located at 1231 N. Old World Third Street. Another surface lot within walking distance of the Fiserv Forum is at 1124 N. Old World Third Street.

     

    Where is the cheapest place to park near the Fiserv Forum?

    It goes without saying that the closer you get to the Fiserv Forum the higher the price to park. The SP+ Parking lot at North 6th street and the lots just east of the venue are generally the most expensive places to park. It would be impossible to post parking prices here, as they are subject to change from Bucks game to game, year over year.

  • Shuttles to Brewers Games – Ticket King

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    One of the most convenient ways to get to American Family Field for a Brewers game is to take a shuttle. Shuttles to the ballpark make your trip to the game safe and easy. With American Family Field located in the center of Metro Milwaukee, it’s not surprising that fans can find shuttles going to the ballpark from bars and hotels across the city. Our list doesn’t include every single option, but we tried to pick shuttles that depart from various Milwaukee neighborhoods. It’s always best to check to make sure that the shuttle service that you choose is running for your particular game. Shuttles will fill up quickly for marquee games. Keep in mind that Brewers tickets are not included with any of these shuttles.

    https://dugout54.com/Dugout 54 has a free shuttle before and after Brewers games. Dugout 54 is located on Bluemound Road, just north of American Family Field. Their service is free, but you might want to have a drink or bite to eat at Dugout 54 before the game.

    https://www.kellysbleachers1.com/brewers-shuttle.html Kelly’s runs three free shuttles starting two hours before the game until the third inning. Return shuttles start at the top of the 6th. Kelly’s is also located on Bluemound Road, and the bar is known as a Brewers hangout.

    www.fatdaddyball.com Fat Daddy’s will run you to the Brewers game for the cost of a drink. Located at 120 W. National Avenue just south of downtown Milwaukee, it’s best to check ahead to make sure that the shuttle is running on any given day.

    Fin N’ Feather – This Greenfield sports themed bar runs shuttles to most Brewers games. The shuttle leaves the bar one hour before the game. Fin N’ Feather is located at 4060 W. Loomis Rd. (414)282-4410

     https://liquidjohnnysmke.com/shuttleLiquid Johnny’s runs a Brewers shuttle from south 76th Street. They post their shuttle schedule on their website.

    https://magoos.biz/Magoo’s is another Bluemound Road pub, close to the stadium. Check their shuttle schedule for departure times and dates.

    Milwaukee Brat House – Downtown Location – Shuttles to the ballpark start two hours before first pitch, running until the second inning. Pick up service starts at the bottom of the seventh inning.

    Sonesta Milwaukee West Hotel – For guests, Sonesta offers a Brewers shuttle service with pre game buffet and drinks (at the hotel, before transport.) 10499 W. Innovation Drive, Wauwatosa WI

    http://www.obriens-irishpub.com/ShuttlesObrien’s offers game day food and drink specials and a shuttle that rolls to and from the ballpark. Shuttle tickets are required, and can be requested from their staff. 4928 W. Vliet Street, Milwaukee.

    https://sazs.com/brewers-shuttles/ Saz’s shuttle service begins approximately an hour and a half before game time. Drink purchase required. 5539 W. State St. Milwaukee.

  • Fiserv Forum Bag Policy

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    The Bucks are one of the the hottest teams in the NBA this season and fans are heading to home games to get in on some World Champion basketball action. There is nothing like seeing the Bucks at the Fiserv Forum. The venue is one of the newest in the NBA. When attending a Milwaukee Bucks game, there are certain rules fans need to follow. Ticket King is happy to break down the latest Fiserv Forum Bag Policy for 2022.

    Oddly enough, there is a “No Bag Policy” for fans attending games at the Fiserv Forum. Leave the purses and totes at home. You can bring in a “wallet” as long as it’s no larger than 4″ x 6″ x 1″. Are there exceptions to this policy? Only for diaper bags and bags needed “due to medical necessity.” Those two exceptions (diaper and medical bags) will be subject to x-ray upon entry. This policy is starting to become the norm around most NBA stadiums. It’s just best to leave your personal items at home when heading to the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee.