The Milwaukee Bucks will celebrate Noche Latina presented by the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network when they host the Indiana Pacers at Fiserv Forum on March 16 at 7 p.m. Noche Latina will highlight stories of Hispanic and Latinx leaders and organizations in the Milwaukee community. Spanish language will be incorporated throughout the game by in-arena hosts, graphics and select subtitles.
The Noche Latina ticket package includes a commemorative t-shirt and can be purchased here using the promo code NocheNight.
During the game, a Small Business Marketplace with Radio Milwaukee will be on the Upper Concourse outside of Sections 201, 202 and 203. The marketplace will feature 12 Milwaukee-based, Hispanic and Latino-owned businesses including Aloekui Soap, Blossomed in Darkness, Clay Creations by Kayla, Creation Corner Custom Crafts, Coria Graphics Arts, Designs by Lali, Emerald Jewelry & Repair, Flyda Travel, Handmade with Love by Lucy, Keepnitmil, Lupo Designs, and Nostalgia Xicana Mexican Folk Art.
The Bucks will show video spotlights throughout the game celebrating the Latinx community, including a recap from an Own Your Future panel, hosted by the Bucks and the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network, where Latinx professionals shared their experiences and the importance of mentorship with participants from the UMOS Raices Youth Group. Additional videos will feature stories from two Raices Youth Group participants and information about the Bucks’ new employee resource group, Unidos, and its vision for internal engagement and community impact. There will also be unique performances by a local mariachi band, Dance Academy of Mexico and various Latinx DJs.
Two Milwaukee-based, Latinx-owned restaurants will take over concession stands at Fiserv Forum during the game. Paleteria Yayo will be featured at Sections 110 and 206, while Trouble Makers Cocina will be set up at Section 207.
Exclusive Los Bucks t-shirts will be available for purchase at the Bucks Pro Shop in Fiserv Forum and at shop.bucks.com. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Milwaukee-based services provided by UMOS.
For more information, visit bucks.com/Noche. Limited tickets are still available at www.bucks.com/single.