Everything You Need To Know About Eastern Conference Semifinals Game 1
Milwaukee Bucks vs. Boston Celtics
Sunday, April 28th at 12pm/ct
Doors Open at 10:30am/ct
Extremely limited tickets are still available for Round 2 Game 1* and can be purchased by visiting Bucks.com/Playoffs.
Fans can also purchase Standing Room Only (SRO) tickets for Game 1 ($65) presented by BMO Harris Bank. Fans who purchase SRO tickets will receive Playoff T-Shirts. BMO Harris Bank has setup two redemption spots - Section 112 and 204 - for SRO ticket holders to pick up their shirts. SRO ticket holders will also receive a BMO branded koozie. More details on SRO tickets are available HERE.
*Note: Game 1 = Game A on mobile tickets.
All fans attending Game 1 will receive a “Built to Stay, Built to Advance” green or white T-shirt courtesy of We Energies and Palermo’s.
Built To Stay.
Built To Advance.
— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) April 24, 2019
Fans can pick up a free Bucks Playoffs window cling at participating Kohl’s locations or a Bucks Playoffs yard sign at participating Pick ‘n Save locations across southeast Wisconsin. Supplies for both items are limited. A full list of locations to pick up a window cling or yard sign can be found HERE.
Deer District Events & Activities:
Fans who don't have tickets toGame 1 still have the opportunity to enjoy it from the Deer District. In addition to the outdoor TV already in place in The Beer Garden, a 40-foot high TV will be placed on the plaza for fans to watch.
The Deer District will include food, games, a DJ, retail shops, contests to win playoff tickets and more. These activities will open two hours prior to tipoff (10am/ct for Game 1).
Deer District Bag Policy:
Fans visiting Fiserv Forum and the plaza are advised to arrive early and travel light as additional security enhancements are implemented for the Playoffs.
A bag search zone will be set up along the perimeter of the plaza in front of Fiserv Forum where all persons entering will be subject to search. This includes fans visiting the arena, the plaza and the Entertainment Block businesses consisting of Good City Brewing, Punch Bowl Social and Drink Wisconsinbly.
Any backpacks or bags larger than 14” by 14” by 6” will not be permitted. It is recommended not to bring a bag unless necessary.
Fans may enter the plaza from Highland Avenue, Juneau Avenue, Old World Third Street and from the sidewalk between Fiserv Forum and 1001 N. Vel R. Phillips Avenue.
Parking is available for $35 at the Highland Garage for Round 2 playoff games. Fans can purchase parking in advance online here:
For directions, maps and more information about additional parking options can be found at Bucks.com/Parking.
How to Watch/Listen/Stream:
Game 1 will be broadcast nationally on ABC with Mark Joines, Hubie Brown and Lisa Salters on the call. It can be streamed online via Watch ESPN with authentication from your cable provider HERE. International fans can stream the game via NBA League Pass HERE.
Ted Davis and Dennis Krause will have the local radio call on 620 AM/103.3 FM WTMJ and across the BMO Bucks Radio Network.
Before the game, fans can tune in to “Courtside Live,” a livestream of pregame player warmups on the court at Fiserv Forum, hosted by Justin Garcia beginning at 10am/ct. Courtside Live is streamed on the Bucks’ official Twitter, Facebook and YouTube pages as well as inside the Bucks app.
Don’t forget to follow the Bucks on social media (@Bucks) and download the official Bucks app for in-game highlights, stats and other exclusive content at Bucks.com/app. The Bucks app is available on iOS and Android devices.
Bucks Pro Shop:
The Bucks Pro Shop: at Fiserv Forum will only be open during the game for attendees on Sunday when doors open at 10:30am/ct. However, there will be two Bucks Pro Shop merchandise trailers open on the plaza to all fans starting at 10am/ct.