By OnMilwaukee Staff Writers   Published Feb 25, 2013 at 12:16 PM

The two-time defending Major Indoor Soccer League champion Milwaukee Wave close out their regular season with two consecutive home games this weekend at U.S. Cellular Arena and then host a first round MISL playoff game on March 10.

The Wave will offer a variety of ticket deals for the upcoming games. For all games fans will be able to purchase $19 tickets for only $7 as the Wave prepare to try and win the franchise's seventh championship.

On Saturday, a Family Four Pack will be available (four tickets, four hot dogs and four sodas) $69, $85 or $105. It will also be DARE night where everyone involved in the DARE program can purchase premier level tickets for $7.

It will also be UW-Milwaukee and UW-Parkside night where alumni can purchase tickets for $10.

Along with ticket specials, plenty of promotions and giveaways will be taking place for the games.

On Saturday fans will receive Wave decals and a celebrity/mascot game will be taking place at halftime. Mascots include Brad Beach, Bernie Brewer, Milwaukee Admirals Roscoe, BMO Harris "Hubert", Rocky Rococo's "Rocky" and many more.

Also, celebrities from FOX 6, 103.7 Kiss FM, FM 106, 99.1 The Mix, WISN 12, SportsRadio 1250, The CW 18, 97.3 Radio Now and CBS 58 will take part in the action. After the game we will welcome fans on the field to take a shot on goal.

On Sunday, the 2012-13 regular season finale, the first 2,500 fans will receive a t-shirt courtesy. It will be the fan appreciation game and fans have the chance to win a number great prizes including airline tickets, televisions and many other prizes. After the game, fans can come down to the field for a meet and greet and autograph session with the players.

On March 10 the Milwaukee Wave will host their first home playoff game. Game time is at 3 p.m. the opponent is yet to be determined. Fans who attend the game will receive a "Go Wave" sign and Green Bay Packers running back John Kuhn will also make a special appearance.

For more information visit or call 414-224-9283.