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Milwaukee Mondays feature a local performer, a specially designed T-shirt and probably some sweet Giannis highlights. (PHOTO: Milwaukee Bucks Facebook)

Who and what is featured at the Bucks' Milwaukee Mondays game tonight?

What better way to cope with one Wisconsin team's loss than by watching another Sconnie sports team dominate? Indeed, while the Packers' season is done, the Milwaukee Bucks' roll to the playoffs is just gathering speed – continuing into Fiserv Forum tonight with the Giannis and company's game against the rival Chicago Bulls.

But in case a distraction from your Packers-induced sadness AND the greatness that is Giannis AND a battle against a bordering rival isn't enough, the Bucks have a nifty bonus to get you in the arena for their spat against the Bulls tonight: another special Milwaukee Mondays night.

Presented by Klement's and 88Nine Radio Milwaukee, Milwaukee Mondays celebrate the city off the court and on the court with a specially designed original T-shirt and a spotlight performance from a local musician. And as an extra treat, there's a pregame happy hour with $2 Klement's brats – because what more appropriate way to celebrate Milwaukee than with a tailgate and brats.

Tonight's featured Brew City performer is a special Martin Luther King Jr. Day program, and the unique T-shirt comes courtesy of REP WI.

Here's the rest of the scheduled Milwaukee Mondays games, complete with the local performer and T-shirt designer:

  • Feb. 10 vs. Sacramento Kings – Adi Amour and Bigshot Robot
  • March 23 vs. Detroit Pistons – Browns Crew and Tatiana Diaz

Whether you're lucky enough to watch in person or you're cheering from elsewhere, the Bucks will tip off against Chicago tonight at 4 p.m. For more information on Milwaukee Mondays and ticket package prices (starting at $40), visit the Bucks website.

And as always, Feer the Deer!


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