Opening Day is upon us! All around the country, the smell of meat sizzling over hot charcoal coals, the buzz of parking lots before a ballgame, the crisp sounds of cracking bats, and the stunning spectacle of everything that makes baseball America’s game. The return of baseball is an unofficial holiday for many who follow the sport. For others, the arrival of the season marks the beginning of spring.


As we eagerly await the beginning of the Milwaukee’s Brewers baseball season, we figured it’s never too early to start planning your 2023 Opening Day experience.


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Brew Crew Preview

This year, the Brew Crew is brewing up another exciting season of diving saves, throwing K’s, and crushing homers. With a roster of stars, fan favorites and familiar faces in new places, the Brewers are primed to grapple with division rivals to recapture their first N.L. Central title since 2021.

Play Ball!

The Milwaukee Brewers begin their season on the road for a three-game matchup with heated rivals, the Chicago Cubs.

Matchup Preview: At Cubs, March 30, 1:20 p.m.

The Brewers open the season on the road at the not-so-friendly confines of Wrigley Field against the Cubs on March 30 at 1:20 p.m. In the chilly air of early spring, Milwaukee’s stable of Cy Young-contending pitchers will look to stymy the Cubs’ overhauled roster. With additions of Cody Bellinger, Dansby Swanson, and more, the Cubs are looking to get back on track in the N.L. Central, while the dominant pitching staff of Corbin Burnes, Brandon Woodruff, and Freddy Peralta will once again aim to carry the Brewers to their sixth playoff appearance in seven year s.

All Aboard!

For fans headed to American Family Field South—known by Chicagoans as Wrigley Field—take the Amtrak Hiawatha line to witness the latest installment in the Brewers-Cubs rivalry. Skip the parking fees and leave the driving to Amtrak.

Travel with the Crew

Sports Bars

While the Crew is on the road for the first three games of the season, catch all the action with fans from around the city in one of Milwaukee’s sports bars. Home or away, these sports bars are brilliant backdrops to root, root, root for your home team.

Watch the Crew with a Brew


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Roll Out the Barrell


It’s finally here, Milwaukee! The Brew Crew returns home after a short trip to the Windy City for a three-game series with the New York Mets.


Matchup Preview: vs. New York Mets, April 3, at 1:10 p.m.


The Mets, coming off their first playoff birth since 2016, will look to capitalize on the momentum of last season with their first road test against Milwaukee on April 3 at 1:10 p.m. Boasting two legendary aces in Max Scherzer and the newly added Justin Verlander, the series offers some tantalizing potential pitching duels. Both teams will look to get off to a hot start on offense with Notable bats for the Mets including Home Run Derby champ Pete Alonso, Francisco Lindor, and the return of once Brewers’ fan favorite Daniel Vogelbach. Christian Yelich headlines the roster for the Brew Crew alongside Adam Adames and rising stars Brice Turang and Garrett Mitchell as they battle to get the season started on the right foot.

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Tailgate Like a Pro


There’s no place like the parking lots of American Family Field on gameday in Milwaukee. The sprawling lots, directly outside the stadium, provide an optimal fan tailgating experience. Bring the grill, pack the cooler, relax, and enjoy the day before heading into the game. Need a little refresher on what to bring? Check out the tailgating guide.

Don’t Forget the Brats!


Milwaukee Brewers Gameday Experience


There’s no place like American Family Field on gameday. Rain or shine, it’s always a perfect day for baseball under the retractable roof. Widely known as one of the best hitter-friendly parks in the league, there’s never a dull moment. From the Famous Racing Sausages to Bernie’s Slide, “Roll Out the Barrell” to stadium eats, gear up for gameday with everything you need to know to plan your Opening Day experience.

Batter Up!


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On the hunt for more thrilling sports action? With the Bucks in search of their second title in three years, the Admirals chasing the Calder Cup, and plenty more baseball action around town, there’s so much more to see in MKE.

Play On


Make it a Double Play


From Potawatomi Casino Hotel, just two miles from American Family Field, to the Crowne Plaza Milwaukee South near the Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport, before you check out the 2023 Milwaukee Brewers, be sure to check in at one of the area’s many outstanding hotels.

Stay and Play