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'Tis the season for giving – and Fiserv Forum is getting in on the action with its new 12 Days of Giveaways campaign.
Starting today and running through Christmas Day (Dec. 25), Fiserv Forum will give fans a chance to win tickets to several of the Downtown arena's upcoming concerts, shows and more. Some of the events you could score free tickets to over the next two weeks include:
- WWE Monday Night Raw on Dec. 20
- Trans-Siberian Orchestra on Dec. 26
- The Kwik Trip Holiday Face-Off on Dec. 28-29
- Harlem Globetrotters on Dec. 31
- Monster Jam on Jan. 8-9
- Kane Brown on Jan. 20
- PBR Unleash the Beast Ariat Invitational on Feb. 4-5
- Disney on Ice on Feb. 10-13
- Ghost & Volbeat on Feb. 20
- Journey on March 12
- Hog Fest 2022, headlined by Godsmack, on May 6
- New Kids on the Block on June 15
- Dude Perfect on July 8
- Shawn Mendes on July 12
In addition to tickets to those upcoming Fiserv Forum shows and events, fans can also win tickets to Bucks games and Giannis bobbleheads.
So how can you score a free gift from Fiserv Forum this holiday season? All you need to do is head over to this link, then enter your name and info for a chance to win the best kind of tickets: free tickets. Each day is a different prize, so feel free to enter daily.
“Fiserv Forum has quickly become the year-round destination for entertainment in Milwaukee, with an unmatched variety of events scheduled through the next year,” said Dustin Godsey, Chief Marketing Officer of the Milwaukee Bucks, in a release. “We are thankful to all of our event partners who have joined with us in the spirit of the holidays for the 12 Days of Giveaways program.”
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