Milwaukee Originals Are Back with Milwaukee Mondays!
Featuring the return of the Milwaukee Originals t-shirt series, spotlighting local music artists throughout the games, Milwaukee Mondays with 88Nine Radio Milwaukee are a celebration of all the things we love about the city the Bucks have called home for 50 seasons.
Milwaukee Originals is an exclusive, limited-edition apparel series created by local Milwaukee t-shirt designers. T-shirts are available as part of a ticket package available for select Bucks home games listed below. This year, designers have created unique, high quality Bucks shirts honoring our 50th Anniversary season. All shirts showcase the Bucks in a style that is unique to each designer’s brand.Ticket & T-Shirt Package (Monday Games):
- Upper Level: $28 (Up to a $58 Total Retail Value)
- Lower Level: $46 (Up to a $75 Total Retail Value)
Want all 5 games & shirts? Get each uniquely designed Milwaukee Originals tee and 5 upper level game tickets for only $135, a savings of nearly 60% off retail value. Secure the lower level package for only $220
Ticket Delivery: You will receive an email the Friday after you purchase your ticket with instructions to access your game tickets via the Bucks app or MyBucks Account Manager. Please note if the game you order is prior to Friday, you will receive the email 2 hours prior to game time.
T-Shirt Redemption: T-shirts will be available for pick up the night of the game outside of section 225 on the Lower Level Concourse. You will receive an email from the Bucks the day of the game as a reminder to pick up your t-shirt. Sizes available include S-XXL.
Oct 23 vs. Hornets
Designer: Rep Wisconsin Apparel and Gifts
Musician: Shonn Hinton
Oct 31 vs. Thunder
Nov 13 vs. Grizzlies
Designer: Sconnie Nation
Musician: Trapper Schoepp
Nov 20 vs. Wizards
Designer: Orchard Street Apparel
Musician: Aryn and Savannah followed by Milwaukee Excellence Charter School
Jan 22 vs. Suns
Designer: Words and Images
Musician: Hugh Masterson
Jan 29 vs. 76ers
Designer: Milwaukee Home
Apr 9 vs. Magic
Designer: Too Much Metal