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BMO Harris Bradley CenterMilwaukee Bucks

1001 North 4th Street, Milwaukee, WI, 53203

    Governor says deal to pay for new Bucks arena 'close'

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    Line in President Obama’s budget would throw Bucks’ arena plans

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    BMO Harris Bradley Center is home to the NBA Milwaukee Bucks. The stadium opened in 1988 with construction costing $91 million. The first game played was an exhibition match with the Edmonton Oilers facing the Chicago Blackhawks NHL Hockey teams and the stadium currently holds AHL hockey games. In 2010 the stadium upgraded their scoreboard with a high quality LED screen that has a unique smaller LED screen below it. The stadium also hosts large concerts and has seating for 18,600 at basketball events, 17,800 at hockey games, and 20,000 for concerts. The stadium has 3 different types of suites: club, theatre, and standard with 28 restrooms and 16 escalators. It is estimated that 1.2 million people come to BMO Harris Bradley Center each year for events.

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    Venue

    • BMO Harris Bradley Center
      1001 North 4th Street   Milwaukee, WI 53203
      Call at (414) 227-0400

    Venue Details

    • 1988
    • $91 million
    • State of Wisconsin
    • Indoor
    • Populous
    • Bradley Center
    • Yes
    • Yes
    • 2 elevators
    • Hardwood
    • 18717

    Dimensions

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  • Parking:

    • 6th Street and Highland Avenue - Public

      • No
  • Tickets

    • Upper Level: $29 - $61
    • Lower Level: $121 - $131 (Handicap access)

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      • Throughout the arena
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    • Bucks owners hope to pick site for new arena by year's end

      2014-09-18 14:18:17

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    • Bucks owner drops hints of new arena location

      2014-10-29 14:58:54

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    • Bucks negotiating to buy Journal Sentinel buildings

      2014-10-31 16:34:19

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    • NBA commissioner touts impact of new arena

      2014-11-26 16:19:18

      Don Walker - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel -Read More...

    • Bucks are surveying residents, businesses about new arena

      2014-12-24 17:29:49

      Don Walker - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel -Read More...

    • Line in President Obama’s budget would throw Bucks’ arena plans

      2015-03-17 14:30:26

      Sean Highkin - NBC Sports -

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    • Bucks to unveil game-changing $1 billion arena package

      2015-04-08 14:20:48

      Don Walker - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel -Read More...

    • Governor says deal to pay for new Bucks arena 'close'

      2015-05-01 17:09:54

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    • Visited the Bradley Center recently to see the hometown Bucks square off against the Indiana Pacers. Had a great time. And what a pleasant change, the Bucks are playing good basketball! Upon entering, you get the feel that this is one of the last relics as far as NBA arenas go. I realize the days of the Bradley Center are numbered. The outer concourses remind me of the ol' Capital Centre back home in Washington D.C. Almost like a parking garage that happens to sell food. The game experience was awesome. Lots of typical NBA fare, contests, jumbo tron, etc. It's an age-old argument, but after the game I looked in my wallet and was shocked how much money I'd spent for the evening. I thoroughly loved the experience. But economically, not sure how soon I'll be able to experience it again. Go Bucks! -Connie-West Bend, WI
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