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Hernan Perez and the Brewers will wear special "Cerveceros" jerseys Saturday at Miller Park. (PHOTO: Milwaukee Brewers Facebook)

Brewers announce details for 13th annual Cerveceros Day on Saturday

The Milwaukee Brewers will host Cerveceros Day, Presented by Aurora Health Care, on Saturday, July 7, at Miller Park when the team takes on the Atlanta Braves at 3:10 p.m. Now in its 13th year, the celebration will honor the heritage and importance of Latin American culture to the great game of baseball.

Miller Park will take on a Latin American flair all day with scoreboard features, special plaza performances from the Dance Academy of Mexico, and much more. On the field, Brewers players and coaches will wear jerseys with the traditional "Brewers" script replaced by the Spanish translation "Cerveceros."

The national anthem will be performed by Nueva Generacíon Performers of Milwaukee. Also during pregame, a special honor guard ceremony celebrating the Latino heritage of Brewers players throughout the organization will take place with flags representing their home countries on display.

"We are thrilled to be the presenting sponsor for Cerveceros Day at Miller Park," said Erickajoy Daniels, senior vice president of diversity & inclusion at Aurora Health Care. "This celebration of Latino cultures helps us connect with the many families we are so privileged to serve every day."

In addition, UMOS, a non-profit advocacy organization, is hosting the "Cerveceros Tailgate" in the Uecker Lot. Fans are encouraged to contact UMOS directly at (414) 389-6000 for more information.

Special ticket packages featuring a collectible Brewers Sugar Skull bobblehead are officially sold out. However, other tickets to Saturday's Cerveceros Day game are still available at Brewers.com or by calling (414) 902-4000.


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