Tailgating will be allowed at American Family Field again
As excited as Brewers fans were for the start of the new season and the return of fans in the stands, many were upset by a key absence: The city's safety plan hadn't approved the stadium for tailgating. The good news for fans is that moratorium on tailgating didn't last long. Today the team announced that tailgating will return to American Family Field starting Monday, April 12.
According to the team, the following policies will be in place:
- Tailgating will be allowed at single vehicles for those sitting in the same seating pod. Fans will need to remain in the immediate vicinity of their vehicle.
- Only persons ticketed for the event are permitted in parking lots. The Brewers may prohibit vehicle entry as deemed necessary.
- Tailgating must end 30 minutes after the game starts. All fans must enter American Family Field at this time or they will be evicted from the premises.
- Early entry into the parking lots for tailgating is not permitted. Lots open three hours prior to game time, unless posted otherwise.
The complete list of rules and restrictions is posted here.