Brewers announce return to more fan-friendly policies effective Tuesday, June 1

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MILWAUKEE – The Milwaukee Brewers announced several changes to policies for fans attending games at American Family Field this summer.

The policy changes will be effective for home games scheduled to be played on and after Tuesday, June 1.

“As we move toward 100% capacity, we look forward to the return of policies that will enhance the fan experience throughout American Family Field,” said Brewers President – Business Operations Rick Schlesinger.

Details on policy changes follow:MASK POLICY
Fans who are fully vaccinated will not be required to wear masks when attending Brewers games at American Family Field. Consistent with the CDC guidance, it is recommended that fans who are not vaccinated continue to wear masks at this time.

Fans will be allowed to bring in certain items, including:

  • Bags with dimensions of 5” x 9” or smaller
  • Sealed bottles of water, juice or soda (32 oz. or smaller)
  • Personal size food items (e.g., a sandwich, small bags of pretzels, piece of fruit)
  • Diaper bags and medical /family needs bags

Cash will be accepted at a limited number of concession stands. The majority of concession stands – as well as all portable kiosks and retail locations – will remain completely cashless, accepting credit cards and contactless payment such as Apple Pay and Google Pay.

As a reminder, single-game tickets are available as follows:

  • For games scheduled today through Wednesday, June 16 – tickets are now available.
  • For games scheduled Friday, June 25 through Sunday, September 26 – tickets will go on sale Friday, June 4 at 10 a.m.

More information on each of these policies will be available beginning on June 1 at

Single game tickets may be purchased at, 1-800-933-7890 or the American Family Field Box Office.

Season and Partial Season Packages (10-or-more games) are now available by calling 414-902-4487. In addition, Group Ticket packages for all games are now available by calling 414-902-GRPS (414-902-4777) or at

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