MILWAUKEE -- The Brewers will launch single-game ticket sales on Feb. 28 as part of their annual Arctic Tailgate, a now annual event that draws cold-weather campers to Miller Park.
Sales of tickets and parking passes will begin at 9 a.m. CT that Saturday via brewers.com, phone lines and the ballpark box office. As usual, only a limited number of Opening Day tickets will be available. Each fan will be limited to a maximum of four tickets for Opening Day, based on availability.
Meanwhile, through Monday fans can visit brewers.com and register for the chance to be selected in an Opening Day opportunity to purchase up to four tickets to Opening Day and up to eight tickets to weekend games (Friday-Sunday) at Miller Park this season.
For fans who brave the elements at the Arctic Tailgate, The Klement's Famous Racing Sausages, Bernie Brewer and Brewers alumni players will be on hand to greet fans all morning. The first 2,000 fans in line will receive a hot dog and soda, compliments of Klement's, Pepsi and Sportservice, as well as an Arctic Tailgate T-shirt.
Participants will not be permitted to set up camp prior to noon CT on Feb. 26. No hand-made or hand-built shelters shall be permitted. No shelters made of cardboard or wood will be permitted. Shelters with a footprint greater than 100 square feet are not permitted unless otherwise approved by the Brewers. Miller Park power sources are not available for public use and gas generators are not permitted on the property. Only state-approved gas/propane heating/grilling units with fuel-valve turn-offs and self-contained charcoal/wood units are permitted; provided, however, that they must be a minimum distance of 25 feet from the building or shelters. Activity and items permitted on the premises are subject to the approval of the Brewers. The Brewers reserve the right to remove any shelter, items, or individuals from the property.
The Brewers will continue to employ demand-based pricing, so the cost for tickets to all 81 games after Opening Day is subject to change. For more information regarding demand-based pricing for specific games, fans can visit brewers.com/tickets.
Adam McCalvy is a reporter for MLB.com. Read his blog, Brew Beat, and follow him on Twitter at @AdamMcCalvy. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.