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Who is coming to the Miller High Life Theatre in 2024?

You can view our event and concert lineup to view the list of Miller High Life Theatre events that have already been announced. Most years, you can expect to see rock bands, country music, hip-hop, rap, and everything in between.

What are the best seats at the Miller High Life Theatre?

There are three main levels at the Miller High Life Theatre. First, the floor level is made up of five main sections and six box sections along the walls of the floor level. The first-floor center level is directly in the middle of the seating area. The right sections are named First Floor Right Center, and First Floor Right. Left sections on the floor level are labeled First Floor Left Center, and First Floor Left.

In the Mezzanine level, you'll find five sections, with "Mezzanine Center" being the middle section. There are five sections on the second floor. They are all titled "Second Floor" but with proper labels such as "Floor Right, Right Center, Center, Left Center, Floor Left." There are also four upper box sections to choose from, each labeled "A" or "B."

Where is the Miller High Life Theatre?

Milwaukee's Miller High Life Theatre is located at 500 W. Kilbourn Avenue in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53203.

Coming to the Miller High Life Theatre in 2024

Check back for more show dates as they become available. The event schedule is constantly changing. Look for great shows next year and beyond. 

Miller High Life Theatre History

One of the most popular Milwaukee venues is Miller High Life Theatre, a beautifully constructed facility sitting right in the heart of the stadium district.

The Miller High Life Theatre was previously known as the Milwaukee Auditorium, then the Milwaukee Theatre. The Milwaukee Auditorium was built on the site of the Exhibition Hall which burned to the ground in 1909. Throughout its lifetime, this venue has held many public events including concerts, sporting and theatre events, and graduations. The Auditorium was especially a favorite concert venue, drawing the likes of Bob Dylan, Roger Waters, and Frank Zappa over the years. Probably the most famous moment in the theatre’s history was a speech delivered by then-presidential candidate Theodore Roosevelt immediately following an assassination attempt on his life.

The venue is now much more modern after a major renovation in 2003. In the beginning, the venue met budget projections in its first 23 months of operation, the Wisconsin Center District (operators of the Milwaukee Theatre) contend the $42 million renovations (nearly $10 million over budget) have paid off in other ways. Those ways include a convention draw or the subsequent revenue area restaurants and hotels receive from touring acts the Miller High Life Theatre hosts, including Jerry Seinfeld and David Bowie.

One of the Miller High Life Theatre's most appealing features is its lobby. The lobby of the theatre features a spacious, elegant domed rotunda, which begs to be used for large parties and receptions; even wedding receptions.

The Miller High Life Theatre seats up to 4,086 people in two tiers of seating. If a more intimate setting is required, seating at the theatre can be configured to eliminate the two outermost sections; 1 and 5, creating seating for 2,500. The steeply angled house at the Miller High Life Theatre allows each seat a clear view of the 74-foot stage. The most distant seat from the stage is 125 feet, compared with 210 feet in the Milwaukee Auditorium.

There is an orchestra pit in the Miller High Life Theatre with room for more than 60 players. If not needed for a show, the space can accommodate 57 audience seats. In addition, the theatre houses two “royal boxes”, each with room for 39. Sitting on the edge of each corner of the stage, these “royal boxes” may not have the best view of the stage, but they do offer a good spot to be seen.

The venue has also been home to Broadway hits, Urinetown, Miss Saigon, and Oliver!

Miller High Life Theatre Address
800 W Wells St,
Milwaukee, WI 53233

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