Brewers announce fan-friendly policies, carry-ins allowed & no masks for those vaccinated

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MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WFRV) – As the Milwaukee Brewers inch closer to 100% capacity, they are adding new policies to make the experience more fan-friendly.

According to the Brewers, fans who are fully vaccinated are not required to wear masks when attending Brewers games. However, it is recommended that fans who are not vaccinated to continue to wear a mask.

“As we move toward 100% capacity, we look forward to the return of policies that will enhance the fan experience throughout American Family Field,” says Brewers President – Business Operations Rick Schlesinger.

The Brewers are allowing to bring certain items into the stadium including:

  • Bags with dimensions of 5″ x 9″ or smaller
  • Sealed bottles of water, juice or soda (32 oz. or smaller)
  • Personal size food items (sandwich, small bags of pretzels, piece of fruit)
  • Diaper bags and medical/family needs bags

Cash will also be accepted at a limited number of concession stands, but the majority of concession stands will remain completely cashless. Portable kiosks and retail locations will also remain completely cashless.

More information can be found on the Brewers’ website.

These new policies are effective starting June 1.

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