Brewers set to start allowing tailgating again
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) — The Milwaukee Brewers are going to start allowing tailgating again outside American Family Field before home games.
Tailgating wasn’t permitted for the team’s first home series as part of their pandemic-related protocols. The Brewers said tailgating will be permitted again starting with Monday’s game against the Chicago Cubs.
Brewers officials say the move has the support of the Milwaukee Health Department.
Tailgating will be allowed at single vehicles for fans sitting in the same seating pod, but fans will need to remain in the immediate vicinity of their vehicle. Parking gates will open 2½ hours before 6:40 p.m. weeknight games and three hours before all other games.
Tailgating has long been a pregame tradition for Brewers fans who take advantage of the large parking area surrounding the ballpark.
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