COVID - 19 FAQs
The health and safety of our employees, players and fans are our top priorities. We are closely monitoring the situation, and are in close coordination with the NBA, and city and state health officials. The NBA is consulting with the CDC and infectious disease specialists to provide up-to-date information. We recommend that fans visit and for important precautionary information. We will continue to provide updates as they become available.
Are events being cancelled?
Most events have been postponed and will be rescheduled.
All NBA games are suspended until further notice.
Tickets held for any postponed events will be valid for the rescheduled dates.
Fiserv Forum Events Update:
-Flat Out Friday - New date February 26, 2021
-Blake Shelton – New date to be announced
-WWE - Cancelled *refunds available at point of purchase
-Michael Buble – New date February 24, 2021
-Gospelfest - New date to be announced
-Dan + Shay – New date September 24, 2021
-Ozuna - Cancelled *refunds available at point of purchase
-Elton John - New date April 2, 2022
-The 1975 - Cancelled *refunds available at point of purchase
-Tame Impala - New date October 8, 2021
-Roger Waters - New date to be announced
-Alan Jackson - New date September 10, 2021
-Joe Rogan - New date August 7, 2021
-Holiday Face-Off Hockey Tournament - Cancelled *refunds available at point of purchase
In the event that a Bucks game is cancelled: If you own a Milwaukee Bucks ticket package that includes affected games, you will receive a separate communication from our organization that provides detailed information on your ticket options. If you purchased tickets to individual games or special events through Ticketmaster, Bucks.com or the Bucks mobile app, and those events are cancelled at a future date, you will receive an email from Ticketmaster with additional information.