Tonight the Brewers Will Welcome Their 100 Millionth Fan

And to celebrate, they are offering some merch and concessions deals!

On Tuesday night, the Milwaukee Brewers will reach a landmark milestone by surpassing 100 million fans in total attendance since the club’s founding in 1969. As a thank you to all fans, the Brewers will offer a limited unique ticket and concession/merchandise package.

For 38 hours beginning Wednesday at 10 a.m. through Thursday at midnight, fans can purchase tickets here for any September and October Monday-Thursday regular season home game for just $6.

In addition, each $6 ticket purchased will be pre-loaded with $6 in value for fans to use toward concessions or merchandise at American Family Field.

Tickets for this special package are available in the Terrace and Loge bleachers. Fans can purchase up to eight of the special $6 tickets per person, per game.


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“This milestone is a tremendous testament to the passion that Brewers fans have for their team and we are grateful for all 100 million of them,” Brewers President of Business Operations Rick Schlesinger said. “We have always said that Brewers fans over deliver in their support of the team and the best evidence of that is the sea of fans who fill American Family Field all year.”

The milestone includes total attendance for the Seattle Pilots, where the franchise started, and Milwaukee Brewers’ regular and post-season and spans three stadiums – Sick’s Stadium in Seattle, County Stadium and the Brewers current home, American Family Field.

The Brewers enter tonight’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates with 99,981,656 in all-time franchise attendance after the teams drew a crowd of 23,009 for Monday night’s matchup.

The franchise started in Seattle in 1969 as the Seattle Pilots, an expansion team that competed in the American League West Division. A year later, Allan “Bud” Selig acquired the franchise in bankruptcy court and moved the team to Milwaukee. The team played its games at County Stadium in Milwaukee, which had previously been the home of the Milwaukee Braves before moving into Miller Park 2001. The ballpark was renamed American Family Field in 2020. 

Here’s the breakdown:

Regular Season: 98,894,966

  • Sick’s Stadium (Seattle): 677,944
  • County Stadium: 45,313,910
  • American Family Field: 52,903,112

Postseason: 1,086,690

  • Sick’s Stadium: None
  • County Stadium: 387,243
  • American Family Field: 699,447



Rich Rovito is a freelance writer for Milwaukee Magazine.