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The City of Racine Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services (PRCS) is a reoccurring participant in the Milwaukee Brewers Buddies Program. According to the program, “thousands of complimentary game tickets have been distributed to non-profit community groups through this program.”

As of today, April 14, PRCS will be distributing a limited number of these complimentary guest passes to the April 18th, 2022, and April 19th, 2022, baseball games. The Milwaukee Brewers will face the Pittsburgh Pirates. Both games are at 6:40 p.m. at Miller Park, 1 Brewers Way.

These guest passes are free and are available on a first-come, first-served basis to Racine County residents. They are available now for pick up at the PRCS office, 800 Center St., Room 127, in Racine.

In order to receive tickets, participants must bring their proof of Racine County residency in the form of a current Wisconsin photo ID. Guest passes come pre-bundled in packets of two. One packet is available per person. You must be 18 years old or older to collect.

Milwaukee Brewers Buddies Program

“The intent of the Brewers Buddies Program is to provide opportunities for low income and
disadvantaged youth and their families to attend Milwaukee Brewer baseball games.”

Recipients who receive the guest passes may not distribute, sell or donate complimentary guest passes to any organization or individual. Additionally, they may not use the complimentary guest passes for advertising/promoting. This also includes contests or sweepstakes, or other trade purposes. Those who receive tickets must agree to and abide by these rules.

Limited quantities of tickets are available and are made possible by the partnership through PRCS and the Milwaukee Brewers Buddies Program.

Follow PRCS on Facebook. Information about all PRCS events may be found online or by visiting the PRCS Main Office at 800 Center St., Room127, or by calling 262-636-9131.


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