Located right in the heart of downtown Milwaukee, the BMO Harris Bradley Center has been the city's ultimate destination for all types of sports, concert, and theater events since the 1980s. This year, secure a seat in this timeless arena when Maroon 5 (Rescheduled from 10/1) takes the stage on February 20. Before you head to the show, read through these helpful guidelines for BMO Harris Bradley Center concerts.
BMO Harris Bradley Center Seating Information
Most concerts at the BMO Harris Bradley Center will include a stage set up on one end of the arena floor, while reserved floor seating will be arranged in various sections on level with the stage. Many artists will also choose to add a general admission pit area directly in front of the stage, while some may make the entire floor area general admission. Please note the BMO Harris Bradley Center seating chart on this page to view the specific layout for Maroon 5 (Rescheduled from 10/1).
After the floor level are the 200- and 400-levels, which feature riser-style stadium seats. For some concerts, the 300-level suites may be available for purchase. Please note that while most performers will only offer seats with a full view of the stage, certain in-demand artists may open side- and rear-view seating to accommodate more fans. Any seats with an obstructed, rear, or side view will include that information in the "Notes" section of the listing.
BMO Harris Bradley Center General Information
Outside food and beverage, coolers, large signs, oversized bags, backpacks, and strollers are all prohibited at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Binoculars are allowed at all events, and most events allow the use of personal cameras, but not professional cameras or any kind of recording device. For most concerts, children of all ages require a ticket.
BMO Harris Bradley Center Parking Information
A parking structure is located adjacent to the BMO Harris Bradley Center specifically for events at the venue. There may also be paid street parking available.
BMO Harris Bradley Center Gate Times
Doors usually open an hour before the event; however, this may change depending on the performer's needs.
BMO Harris Bradley Center Accessibility
An abundance of accessible amenities are in place at the BMO Harris Bradley Center to provide a more enjoyable experience for all guests. Accessible seating is available on all levels, which can be reached by elevator or escalator, and the venue's parking garage offers accessible spaces on levels 1 and 3. Accessible restrooms are located throughout the arena, including a family restroom near section 220. Assisted listening devices may be available for the concert, and the venue typically offers sign language interpreters if given advance notice. Contact guest relations for more information.
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