What 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.
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.
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/shuttle – Liquid 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/Shuttles – Obrien’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.
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.
Parking at American Family Field is easy when you know which pass to purchase. Ticket King carries parking passes for most Brewers games at the ballpark. When you click on our Milwaukee Brewers tickets page, you will see a separate tab for parking passes. Once you click that tab, you will see all the parking passes to purchase for that particular game. Get to the ballpark early and join your fellow Brewers fans in some quality pre-game fun at the ballpark.
Q. How Much Does it Cost to park at American Family Field?
A. Prices for parking at American Family field depend on where you park, and the popularity of the game you are attending. When you click the “Parking” tab on our Brewers game pages, all parking and pricing options will be displayed.
Q. Can You Tailgate at American Family Field?
A. Yes, you can tailgate at the ballpark. Grills are allowed in the parking lots, and you will find that cars are spaced with tailgating in mind. You can tailgate in any lot at American Family Field. All tailgating must end 30 minutes after the game starts.
Q. When Do the Parking Lots Open?
A. Lots open three hours in advance of the game, but that is subject to change.
Q. Can I leave the lot and come back?
A. There is no in & out parking for Brewers games. If you exit the lot, there is a full charge for re-entry, provided that there are spaces available.
Q. How do we ship a parking pass to you?
A. You must have a smart device on hand to enter the parking lot. We will deliver your pass to a mobile device.
American Family Field Parking Categories
The American Family Field parking lots are divided into three categories: General Parking, Preferred Parking, and Gold Preferred Parking. Each category comes with its own pricing. As you would guess, the lowest priced parking is in the areas called “General.”
General Parking consists of three lots that are furthest from the ballpark, but still within a short walk from American Family Field.
· The three lots that make up General Parking are named Molitor, Yount, and Uecker.
· The Molitor lot is north of interstate 94.
· The Yount and Uecker lots are located east of Brewers Boulevard and south of Interstate 94.
Preferred Parking is made up of nine separate areas that are west, north, and just east of American Family Field.
· Preferred lots are closer to the ballpark than General Parking.
· The Preferred Parking lots are named Fingers, Money, Cooper, Braves 1 & 2, Brewers 1& 2, Miller, Kuenn, and Gantner.
Gold Preferred Parking is comprised of two sections, both on the first base side of American Family Field
· Gold Preferred is closest to the ballpark, and just west of the home plate entrances.
· The two sections are named Thomas and Aaron.
Every sports stadium or music venue has its own carry-in, or “bag policy” that must be followed. American Family Field in Milwaukee is no different. Whether it’s a Brewers game or a concert, there are rules you need to follow before you enter the venue.
For people looking to bring a small bag or purse, the maximum dimensions must be no larger than 9″ X 5″ X 2″. Clear bags are allowed and their size cannot be larger than 12″ X 6″ X 12″. Smaller clear bags like one gallon and zip lock style are allowed.
For people bringing diaper bags, there are allowances for size, but please check before entering the venue. Folks with ADA or medical concerns can also bring larger bags. It’s always best to follow what the event staff advises during the fan entry and screening process. Check with the venue before you depart.
Keep in mind that no backpacks, drawstring bags, tote bags, laptop bags, soft-sided coolers, purses, or gym bags are allowed at any time, no matter the size. American Family Field tickets for all Brewers games are available now. Enjoy the game, and follow the bag policy rules so you don’t miss a minute of the action on the field.
Ever since the Milwaukee Brewers moved to the National League in 1998, one group of baseball fans found a new venue to visit. That group would be Chicago Cubs fans. For 24 seasons, the Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs have built up a divisional rivalry that comes with a twist. Cubs fans love to travel to Milwaukee for the Cubs vs. Brewers road games. With just 89 miles between Wrigley Field and American Family Field, it’s only natural that thousands upon thousands of Cubs fans would make the trip up to Milwaukee every time the Cubbies play there. After all, Milwaukee’s ballpark has ample parking, fantastic options for tailgating, easier access to the ballpark, and all the amenities that come with a modern climate-controlled stadium with a roof. Add all that to the fact that it’s easier for many fans to drive to and from Milwaukee to see a Cubs game than it is for them to see Chicago play at home. It’s only natural for their fans to call American Family Field “Wrigley North.”
Cubs vs. Brewers Games 2022
For 2022, the Cubs will face the Brewers on the road in nine games. Those nine games are spread out over three separate series. The first series is early in the season. The Cubs take on the Brewers from April 29 through May 1. The second series is sure to be a big one. The Brewers host the Cubs from July 4 through July 6. Finally, the Cubs will return to American Family Field on August 26 – 28th. Ticket King has great seats for all nine games in 2022. Click the link below for game ticket options in 2022.
The Green Bay Packers will face the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Divisional round of the playoffs this Saturday night. Packers playoff tickets for that game are in high demand as both high profile teams have fans that travel. Earlier this season, the Packers defeated the 49ers with a last second field goal. These two teams have faced each other many times in playoff situations. Aaron Rodgers & Co. will need to be firing on all cylinders in order to win in Green Bay. Playoff tickets for the game are going fast, now the the opponent and game time has been announced.
The 49ers upset the Dallas Cowboys on the road last night, in a game that featured numerous penalties and a controversial situation involving the referees spotting the ball as time ran out. Dallas fans will no doubt find the fault completely on the shoulders of the officiating, while ignoring the fact that Dak Prescott handed the ball to his center after running a quarterback screen with just fifteen seconds to play. That play, and the mistake by Prescott, left no time on the clock for a spiked ball and hail Mary attempt. The 49ers took an early lead in that game and just held on. The Cowboys have the entire off-season to mull over what happened, but their focus should be on the fact that they were the most penalized team to make the playoffs this season.
Packers fans would have preferred to face those penalty heavy Cowboys. Will the cold January weather favor the Packers this coming Saturday night? It certainly can’t hurt a team like Green Bay that is used to playing cold weather games. Should the Packers win on Saturday night, the NFC Championship game will take place at Lambeau Field the next weekend.
The 2021 Green Bay Packers regular season started off with a fizzle. The team took on the New Orleans Saints, with Aaron Rodgers sitting out the entire preseason. That was a game where the script was flipped and Jameis Winston threw five touchdown passes. Green Bay managed just three points against a Saints defense that was unstoppable. Packers fans were stunned. Aaron Rodgers asked us all to once again calm down and wait for better results. Green Bay went on to win the next seven games. He was correct, as the team shot up to lead the NFC North and never looked back. Yesterday, the Packers edged out the Baltimore Ravens and clinched the NFC North title once again. They are on their way in the playoffs, hoping for the first seed in the NFC. That would mean home field advantage throughout the playoffs and a bye week to start. Those same Saints that hobbled the Packers in week number one, managed to hold Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers scoreless in a Sunday Night game, currently placing the Packers at the top of the NFC. Will that lead hold? Only the Browns, Vikings and Lions have a chance to topple the Pack before the playoffs begin. At the same time, key starters are looking to get back into the game just as the playoffs begin. It’s sure to be an exciting playoff run. Packers tickets for the playoffs are now on sale.
Rodgers Up For 2021 MVP
Aaron Rodgers is a leading candidate for Most Valuable Player, and if he keeps up his weekly performance he just might get that fourth nod from the powers that be. It’s doubtful that his goal is that title. It’s all about that Lombardi trophy at this time in his career. Could this be the team that brings that trophy back home to Green Bay? Many signs point to yes.
First, we have to consider the fact that the Packers offensive line is strung together with string and chewing gum right now. At kickoff last night, there was a third string player protecting Rodgers in the pocket. Billy Turner, David Bakhtiari, Josh Myers, were all out once again. When the last seconds ticked off with the Packers taking the victory formation for the last play, Rodgers had been sacked three times that afternoon. The line is holding up. The defense is a top ten force. The offense does give up points in the first quarter of just about every game, but it seems like it’s just a matter of making defensive adjustments. Green Bay outscores their opponents in the second and third quarters by a country mile.
With the playoffs a lock, it’s now down to where the team will land in the NFL bracket. The Buccaneers will surely right the ship after the shutout. The Dallas Cowboys might be the sleeper team that runs the table in the playoffs. The Cardinals were hot out of the gate, but have stumbled a bit in the past few weeks. It’s great to see the Packers in the playoffs once again.
The Milwaukee Brewers playoff record stands at 1-1 at the time of this post. The team lead their division for the bulk of the season, and they have high hopes for going deep in the playoffs. Will they make it all the way to the World Series? First things first. The team will have to take down the Atlanta Braves before moving on to the NLCS. Brewers playoff tickets for all home and away games are available on our Ticket King website.
In game one of the NLDS series, both teams struggled to find footing in the early innings. Fans a American Family Field cheered through 6 1/2 scoreless innings before Rowdy Tellez smacked a home run off of Braves starting pitcher Charlie Morton. Morton was mowing down Brewers batters in the leadup to the home run. He fanned nine, and walked just one batter.
The Braves had a spark of their own in the eighth, when Joc Pederson hit a home run with the bases empty. In the ninth, The Braves had men on the corners with two outs, but Josh Hader settled down just enough to get a game ending ground out to second base. In game two, the Braves scored a pair of runs in the third inning and never looked back. They added another run in the sixth, and shut out the Brewers to even the series. Game three and four will be at Atlanta.