With its polished granite face occupying more than a full city block, the BMO Harris Bradley Center puts its best face forward for Milwaukee.
In the philanthropic tradition of its foundation, the BMO Harris Bradley Center encourages community support. Through partnerships with local branches and organizations like Autism Speaks, the BMO Harris Bradley Center makes an effort to give back to the Milwaukee community. In addition, the BMO Harris Bradley Center non-profit fundraising program gives local non-profit organizations the opportunity to raise money during all sports games, concerts, and special events.?
With more than 160 events each year, the BMO Harris Bradley Center annually hosts over 1.2 million people. Four levels and half a million square feet accommodate up to 20,000 people per event. The BMO Harris Bradley Center offers entertainment for all fans with full seating, private suites, theatre boxes, bars, concession stands, and merchandise stands. ?
The BMO Harris Bradley Center of sports and entertainment is home to three Milwaukee sports teams. Milwaukee Bucks tickets get fans a first hand look into one of the most talented up and coming teams in the Eastern Conference. The Milwaukee Admirals are the venues AHL team and the Marquette University Golden Eagles tickets provide the region with high flying college basketball. Merchandise is available at several Milwaukee Pro Shop locations throughout the building. In addition to the several hockey and basketball games, the BMO Harris Bradley Center hosts concerts, MMA, UFC, and WWE competitions, dance competitions, figure skating, family shows, charity walks, and other special events. Celebrities such as Lady Gaga, Mylie Cyrus, and Taylor Swift have performed at the venue.
Getting There and Getting In
The BMO Harris Bradley Center is available to everyone. Each entrance to the BMO Harris Bradley Center is equipped with touch pad-operated electronic door openers. Disabled parking spots are reserved in the BMO Harris Bradley Center parking structure. Two of the four box office windows are wheelchair accessible. All telephones, drinking fountains, and concession stands are at wheelchair accessible heights. Two operator-staffed elevators are available for use by guests with limited mobility; the buttons in these elevators are also wheelchair accessible.
Parking & Directions
Located in the center of the city, the BMO Harris Bradley Center is easy to access from any direction. The venue is located at 1001 North 4th Street, only a few blocks from the freeway exits. ?
Parking for the BMO Harris Bradley Center is available at the parking structure on 1030 North Sixth Street. Early arrival is recommended. Reservations and parking passes for the structure may be purchased ahead of time to ensure a parking space. Other nearby parking garages and surface lots nearby may also be available. The City of Milwaukee offers metered street parking on a first-come first-serve basis. Motorcycle parking is available in the Harley-Davidson® Parking area between Juneau and Highland Avenue on 4th Street. Bicycle racks are also available at the Northeast Plaza.
?The Riteway Bucks Green Express bus runs on game nights to shuttle fans from the Brown Deer East-Ride Lot, the North Shore Park-Ride Lot, and the Park-Ride Silver Spring Drive at Bayshore Mall to the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Routes 33 and 80 have stops next to the BMO Harris Bradley Center while Routes 10, 12, 14, 19, 23, 30, and 31 stop within walking distance of the venue.
Reminders to Guests
Guests with small children should note that strollers are not allowed inside the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Purses and diaper bags are allowed within the BMO Harris Bradley Center, but backpacks, suitcases, and large bags are prohibited. Coolers and laser pointers must remain outside the building. Video and professional photography is prohibited, but small pocket cameras may be allowed at some events (the Milwaukee Admirals allow all types of photography).