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BMO Harris Bradley Center is an indoor arena situated in the city of Milwaukee, the state of Wisconsin. The NBA team Milwaukee Bucks and the collegiate men basketball team Milwaukee Admirals take the arena as home to their games. The MISL team Milwaukee Wave used to play at the arena between 1988 and 2003 and the AFL team Milwaukee Mustangs between 1994 and 2001 and other teams.
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Sat Jul.29.201708:00 pm
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BMO Harris Bradley Center 1001 North 4th Street, Milwaukee, WI, 53203

The opening of BMO Harris Bradley Center was in 1988. When it was just opened, it was among the premier NBA arenas, but now it has become one of the oldest operating ones in addition to the ARCO Arena and the Palace of Auburn Hills. The center funding was a gift from the Lloyd Pettit and Jane Bradley Pettit as a remembrance to their father Harry Lynde Bradley.

In order to renovate the center, the governor of Wisconsin Jim Doyle integrated a provision in the state's capital budget in search of collecting a million. And because the refurbishment requires million, the board of directors of the center tried to raise the sum left. In 2010, the scoreboard of the arena was changed with a new LED one. In 2012, the BMO Harris Bank reached a deal to buy the naming rights of the center that was called Bradley Center, so it got its current name.

The arena hosted several major events including the NCAA completion Frozen Four in the years 1993, 97 and 2006. And in 1995, it played host to men’s basketball competition Great Midwest Conference. In July 2000, a Diana Ross event was cancelled because of low ticket sales. For the 5th time since 1992, the arena played host to 1st and 2nd round games of Men's Basketball Tournament of NCAA. The early auditions of American Idol in its 10th edition in 2010 were hosted at the center. In June 2011, the singer Taylor Swift stopped at the arena as part of her Speak Now World Tour. The center played to a lot more events including sports and performing arts events.

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