Milwaukee Brewers Suites

Milwaukee Brewers Suites

Miller Park

Since the beginning of the 2001 season, Miller Park has been the home field for the Milwaukee Brewers. On a field of Kentucky Bluegrass, the Brewers take the field each night under the lights of this great ballpark. The fan-shaped convertible roof offers protection from the elements when necessary, but can also open up in less than 10 minutes when the weather cooperates.

This retro-designed venue provides an atmosphere of pure baseball. It even played host to the 2002 MLB All-Star Game. However, that is not to say that Miller Park hasn’t hosted its fair share of concerts, soccer games, and even a bowling tournament.

Bernie Brewer, the team mascot, has a slide in left field that gets used every time a Brewers player hits a home run while the sound system plays the call of legendary announcer Bob Uecker. In the middle of the 6th inning there are even sausage-themed races to get the crowd excited. This ballpark is electric!

The luxury suites at Miller Park are truly a sight to behold. Everything about them screams luxury. From the upscale furniture to the great sightlines to the field, you will enjoy every pitch. Along with maximum comfort comes the other perks of these wonderful boxes. From private restrooms to a wet bar and decadent catering options, you will be treated like royalty at a Brewers game. These suites even come equipped with HDTVs which will allow you to catch up on all of the other action around the league while taking in your game live.

LuxuryVIPSuites.com has been in the game for a long time. Our exclusive relationships with suite owners at venues across North America affords us the luxury of providing you with the best locations for the best price. This holds true at Miller Park as well. Call us today at 610-828-7407 to inquire about our program. Simply provide us with the date that you would like to attend and the number of guests in your group and we will get right to work on helping you attain the best suite.

If you are a suite owner at Miller Park and have not been working with us to sell your suite for the games that would go unused, please email DJ direct at dj@luxuryvipsuites.com. We can help you make back some of the cost of your annual expense by marketing your suite to elite clientele. There are local groups looking to attend Brewers games in these suites as well as groups from across the country coming to Milwaukee for meetings and conferences. Why not help another group while benefitting from the deal as well? Our professional staff handles all of the details to make the transaction smoot and seamless. Contact us today!

Miller Park luxury suites for Milwaukee Brewers games available here!

Making their home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin since the 1970 season, the Milwaukee Brewers are still on the hunt for the first World Series title. Nearly half a century in professional baseball has yielded little in the form of tangibles to measure their success. They have made the playoffs four times, including the strike-split 1981 season. Their lone league championship came back in 1982 when the Brewers were in the American League. They lost the World Series that year to the St. Louis Cardinals in five games.

Despite this lack of success, the fans in Milwaukee love their hometown Brewers. Always hoping that this will be their years, they flock to Miller Park each season to watch their squad battle it out in the NL Central against rivals including the Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, and Pittsburgh Pirates.

The 2017 season was another disappointment for Milwaukee. While their record of 86-76 was an improvement which bumped them up to second in the division, they still finished 6 games back from the Chicago Cubs and were barred from the postseason tournament. Former Brewer Craig Counsell has been the team’s manager since 2015 and is hard at work trying to bring this club to the playoffs.

Hoping to get a little help from his roster, Counsell has a cast of solid players to rely on in the field. Catcher Manny Pina is ready to fully take over duties behind the plate while relatively young veterans including Eric Thames, Jonathan Villar, Orlando Arcia, and Travis Shaw all settle in to their roles as starters in Milwaukee. The outfield is a mix of new and returning players. Domingo Santana and Ryan Braun return for the Brewers while Lorenzo Cain joins the squad from Kansas City and Christian Yelich makes the move to Wisconsin from Miami. A pitching crew that includes Chase Anderson, Jimmy Nelson, and Corey Knebel hopes to keep the games close.

Lots of fingers are crossed in Milwaukee right now as the Brewers fans hope the product on the field will finally get pointed in the right direction so that the team can achieve their ultimate goal of obtaining a World Series title. Fan favorites in Milwaukee include Robin Yount, Paul Molitor, Cecil Cooper, Rollie Fingers, and Ryan Braun. For more information about the Milwaukee Brewers click here.

If you own a Milwaukee Brewers suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or give away to clients.

This is a great opportunity to offset all of the suite expenses you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Milwaukee Brewers game should go unused.  Your tickets are often worth 2 to 3 times more than you are paying the venue.

So why not let us earn you extra revenue while helping out a corporate group who needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in the Milwaukee Brewers suites?

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