MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Bucks are searching for the loudest, most passionate fans to join the Cream City Clash, the team’s renamed high-energy fan squad devoted to cheering on the Bucks and creating an enthusiastic atmosphere on game nights at BMO Harris Bradley Center.
Members of the Cream City Clash are given FREE tickets to every home game courtesy of Bucks Head Coach Jason Kidd. The group will occupy 82 seats at each home contest.
The Bucks fan squad has been a fixture at the BMO Harris Bradley Center since 2009, when former Bucks center Andrew Bogut started the group then called Squad 6. When Bogut departed from the team, the fan squad was briefly renamed Sector 7 before being taken over by Coach Kidd in 2014-15. The new “Cream City Clash” moniker combines Milwaukee’s traditional nickname with the term “clash,” which can be used to refer to a group of bucks.
To identify the best fans who possess an over-the-top and excessive enthusiasm for the Bucks, the team will host live auditions from 4:30 to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 10. Each person who participates in the audition will receive one free ticket to the Bucks’ preseason game vs. Detroit later that night. Those interested should enter the BMO Harris Bradley Center through the Potawatomi Gate on 4th street to check in. Bucks representatives will be in the East Atrium lobby to register applicants and escort them into the building. Fans intending to audition must arrive for registration between 3:30 and 4:30 p.m. to be considered. There will be no exceptions.
Fans are encouraged to come decked out in Bucks gear from head to toe, with their faces and hair painted, and equipped with signs, noisemakers and anything else to display their Bucks pride. There is no limit to creativity, which is what will make the Cream City Clash such a strong and successful group.
For more information please call Brian Begley at (414) 227-0597 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.