Miller Park Seating Chart, home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

Where To Sit At Miller Park

Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers, was one of Major League Baseball’s first stadiums with a retractable roof. The roof is necessary due to Milwaukee’s colder temperatures compared to the rest of the league. Miller Park also offers an exciting tailgating scene which is rare for Major League Baseball stadiums due to it's location several miles from downtown Milwaukee.

Our staff wanted to provide a thorough breakdown of the Miller Park seating chart so that baseball fans will have a better idea about which tickets to purchase for Milwaukee Brewers games. Please remember that the names of these seating areas can vary from season to season. Also remember that the Milwaukee Brewers operate on a dynamic ticket pricing model, so tickets for home games vs. the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals will be more expensive than home games vs. the Cincinnati Reds. Let’s start with the field diamond platinum seats behind home plate.

 

Field Diamond Platinum

View from the field diamond platinum seats at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

The field diamond platinum seats at Miller Park include the rows closest to the field in sections 113 through 122. The field diamond platinum seats are the most expensive seats at Miller Park.

Most sections on the lower level of Miller Park will have between 21 and 27 rows of seats. Row 1 will always be the first row in each lower level section with the exception of the sections behind each dugout. Row 4 is the first row in dugout sections 112, 113, 122, and 123.

 

 

 

Field Diamond Box

View from the field diamond box seats at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

The field diamond box seats at Miller Park include sections 110 through 114 (1st base side) and sections 121 through 125 (3rd base side). The Milwaukee Brewers use the first base dugout and the visiting team uses the third base dugout. The Milwaukee Brewers use the bullpen below section 238; the visiting team uses the bullpen below sections 101 and 102.

 

 

Field Infield Platinum

View from the field infield platinum seats at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

The field infield platinum seats at Miller Park include the middle rows of sections 113 through 122. For the money, these are the seats we would purchase for a Milwaukee Brewers game. Close to the field with an excellent panoramic of Miller Park.

 

 

Field Infield Box

View from the field infield box seats at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

The field infield box seats at Miller Park consist of the later rows of sections 110 through 125 and provide an excellent view of the infield.

Like the other 29 Major League Baseball stadiums, Miller Park has added more netting around the infield to better protect fans from foul balls. The new netting system now extends from the end of each dugout and protect sections 112 through 123. No need to worry. The new netting system will not obstruct your view of the field.

 

 

Field Outfield Box

View from the field outfield box seats at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

The field outfield box seats at Miller Park includes sections 106 through 109 (1st base side), and sections 126 through 131 (3rd base side). The rows for the field outfield box sections will vary, however, rows 27-30 will often be the last row of these sections. These sections will be on the receiving end of the most foul balls during games so be on the lookout!

 

 

 

Field Bleachers 

View from the field bleachers at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers.

The field bleachers sections include sections 101 through 104 and are located in the right field outfield. The rows for the field bleacher sections are numbered 1 through 14. Row 7 is the last row in section 101. Sections 101 and 102 provide an excellent view of the visiting team’s bullpen.

 

 

Field Bleachers Box

View from the field bleachers box seats at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

The field bleachers box seats include the first few rows of sections 102 through 104. The bleacher seats at Miller Park are metal and are the most uncomfortable seats at Miller Park. They also have no cup holders and offer a poor view of the stadium’s scoreboard in center field. However, the bleacher seats are very affordable and provide excellent placement to catch home run balls during games.

 

 

Loge Seats

View from the loge seats at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers.

The loge seats at Miller Park are located on the 2nd level of Miller Park and are priced at four different price points; the loge diamond box, the loge infield box, the loge outfield box, and the loge bleachers.

 

Loge Diamond Box

The loge diamond box seats at Miller Park include the earliest rows of sections 210 through 227. The loge sections behind home plate (216-221) will each have ten rows of seats; the rows are numbered 1 through 10. Most loge sections will have between 19 and 21 rows of seats; row 1 is the first row in all loge sections.

Loge Infield Box

The loge infield box seats at Miller Park include the middle and later rows of sections 210 through 227.

Loge Outfield Box

The loge outfield box seats at Miller Park include sections 206 through 209 (1st base side), and sections 228 through 232 (3rd base side).

Loge Bleachers

The loge bleachers include sections 201 through 205 (right field outfield) and sections 233 through 238 (left field outfield). Most loge bleacher sections will have between 14 and 19 rows of seats. Row 1 is the first row in all loge bleacher sections. Goodwill offers half-priced tickets for section 238 the day of all weeknight Milwukee Brewers home games. Fans can purchase Goodwill tickets by visiting ticket booth #40 near the left field entrance.

 

 

 

Miller Lite Deck

View from the Miller Lite Deck at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

The Miller Lite Deck is located above sections 201 and 202 in the outfield. The Miller Lite Deck is a private party area that features all-inclusive food and beverages and can accommodate between 25 and 60 people. The Miller Lite Deck must be booked in advance and is only available for select Milwaukee Brewers home games. Other perks for the Miller Lite Deck include flat screen televisions, private restrooms, and general admission seating.

 

 

Northwestern Mutual Legends Club

View from the Northwestern Mutual Legends Club at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

The Northwestern Mutual Legends Club is the largest private party area at Miller Park. The Legends Club can accommodate between 25 and 260 fans and comes with the following perks.

  • Premium buffet food
  • Two complimentary alcoholic beverages
  • A waitstaff that will bring food and drinks to your seats
  • Concierge service
  • Private entrance into Miller Park and private restrooms
  • Access to two full-service bar areas; one inside and one outside
  • General admission seating

 

 

PNC Club Level Seats

 

The club seats at Miller Park are set at two different price points; club infield and club outfield. All club seats at Miller Park will have seven rows of seats and they’ll be numbered 1 through 7. 

 

Club Infield

View from the club infield seats at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

The club infield seats at Miller Park includes sections 320 through 339.

 

 

Club Outfield

View from the club outfield seats at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

The club outfield seats at Miller Park includes sections 306 through 319 (1st base side) and sections 340 through 345 (third base side).

 

 

Club Suites

Photo of a private suite at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

There are 60 club suites at Miller Park and they’re located on the 2nd level of the stadium. The perks for the club suites at Miller Park include

  • Upscale furniture
  • Indoor and outdoor seating
  • Flat-screen televisions both indoors and outdoors
  • Beautiful wood floors
  • Private kitchen and restrooms
  • 20 tickets for guests
  • 2 parking passes
  • Access to the Sky Lounge and Johnson Controls Stadium Club
  • Group recognition on the Miller Park scoreboard during the game

 

Party Suites

 

The Party Suites at Miller Park are perfect for large Wisconsin corporations that wish to entertain guests and important clients. There are three themed party suites at Miller Park and each pays homage to Milwaukee Brewers championship seasons; the  1957 suite, 1982 suite, and 2011 suite. Each party suite has a capacity of 50 guests and comes with the following perks.

  • 30 tickets for guests
  • 4 parking passes
  • Group recognition on the Miller Park scoreboard
  • Access to the Skyy Lounge and Johnson Controls Stadium Club
  • Choice of two buffet menus

To learn more about renting a suite at Miller Park for a Milwauke Brewers home game, please visit MLB.com/Brewers. To learn more about renting one of the all-inclusive areas at Miller Park, please visiting MLB.com/Brewers/Tickets.

 

 

Terrace Box

View from the terrace box seats at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

The terrace box seats at Miller Park include the earliest rows of sections 404 through 440. If you purchase tickets for the terrace box sections, you will be seated in rows 1 through 7.

 

Terrace Reserved

  

The terrace reserved seats at Miller Park include the middle and later rows of sections 404 through 440 and are the cheapest seats at Miller Park. If you purchase terrace reserved tickets, your seats will be located in rows 8 through 25.

View from the Uecker seats at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers.

It’s important to be very weary of the terrace level seats at Miller Park due to the various pillars that will obstruct a fan’s view of the field. These are located behind home plate and are also called the “Uecker Seats”. One neat feature on the terrace level is the Bob Uecker statue in section 422; the statute seated in the last row of the section and provides an excellent photo opportunity. Miller Park also has statues of Robin Yount, Bud Selig, and Hank Aaron outside of the stadium’s main entrance.

 

Bernie’s Terrace

View from the Bernie's Terrace seats at Miller Park. 

The bernie’s terrace seats at Miller Park include sections 441 and 442 and are located in the upper left outfield area of the stadium. The rows for section 441 are numbered 1 through 16. The rows for sections 442 are numbered 1 through 15.

The seating area is named after Bernie, the Milwaukee Brewers’ mascot. Adjacent to these seats is the giant yellow slide that Bernie slides down after the Milwaukee Brewers hit a home run.

 

 

Associated Bank Check Deck

View from the Associated Bank Check Deck at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

The Associated Bank Check Deck is a private party area located above the Milwaukee Brewers bullpen. The area has a capacity of 42 fans and comes with the following perks.

  • Pre-game buffet, soft drinks, and desserts
  • Two complimentary beers
  • Private bar
  • Bar-top seating
  • Flat screen televisions
  • General admission seating

Pricing for the Associate Bank Check Deck will vary from game to game.

 

 

Aurora Health Care Bullpen

View from the Aurora Health Care Bullpen at Miller Park. 

The Aurora Health Care Bullpen is a private party area located behind the right field wall and below bleacher sections 102 through 105. The area can accommodate between 25 and 75 people and comes with the following perks.

  • Game ticket
  • Complimentary pre-game buffet, soft drinks, and desserts
  • Two complimentary beers
  • Flat screen televisions
  • Access to a private bar
  • General admission seating behind the chain-link outfield fence
  • Bar top seating

Pricing for the Aurora Health Care Bullpen will vary depending on the opponent.

 

 

Johnsonville Party Deck

View from the Johnsonville Party Deck seats at Miller Park. 

The Johnsonville Party Deck is a party area located above sections 302-305 in the upper outfield near the right field foul pole. The Johnsonville Party Deck can accommodate between 25 and 250 people and comes with the following perks.

  • Game ticket
  • Complimentary pre-game buffet, soft drinks, and desserts
  • Two complimentary beers
  • Flat screen televisions
  • Private restrooms and access to a private bar
  • Bar-top patio seating

 

Toyota Territory

View from the Toyota Territory at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

The Toyota Territory is located in right center field and provides an outfield view of the game, bar-top seating and large flat screen televisions for fans on a first-come, first-serve basis.

 

Friday’s Front Row Sports Grill

View from the Friday's Front Row Sports Grill at Miller Park. Home of the Milwaukee Brewers. 

The Friday’s Front Row Sports Grill is a party area located in the left field outfield of Miller Park and below sections 233 through 237. The area offers outdoor patio tables that can accommodate between 4 and 8 people each. The patio tables are located on the home run porch as well as the bullpen patio. The Friday’s Front Row Sports Grill offers packages for home games that include your ticket as well as your food and beverages.

The Friday’s Front Row Sports Grill also features the Brew Room Suite which sits above the Milwaukee Brewers bullpen and features a private patio in addition to "floor to ceiling windows". The Brew Room Suite has a capacity of 60 fans and is open for non game day events as well.

 

Like many other Major League Baseball teams, the Milwaukee Brewers offer the Ballpark Pass which provides baseball fans with a standing room only ticket for every home game for only $30 per month. The ticket is sent to each fan’s smartphone the day of the game via the Ballpark app. The ticket can then be scanned from your phone upon arrival at Miller Park. One neat feature available at Miller Park that many other stadiums won’t have is the Brew Crew Bar located along the third base plaza. The Brew Crew Bar offers a tailgating scene inside the stadium with live music, lounge furniture, tailgate games, and multiple bars for fans. The area is available for weekend games only or can also be rented out to private groups. Delaware North currently serves as the food and beverage provider of Miller Park.

Stay tuned for our staff’s official review of Miller Park. It's a stadium we can't wait to cross off of our list!

 

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