1001 North Fourth Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin53203-1314, United States
The BMO Harris Bradley Center is an indoor arena, located on the northwest corner of North 4th and West State Streets, in Downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
It is home to the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA, the Marquette University men's basketball team, the Milwaukee Admirals of the AHL (and formerly of the IHL) and the Milwaukee Mustangs of the AFL. It is also the former home of the Milwaukee Wave of the MISL, from 1988–2003, the original Milwaukee Mustangs of the AFL from 1994–2001, and the Badger Hockey Showdown from 1989–2002.
The arena hosted the NCAA Frozen Four finals in 1993, 1997 and 2006 and the Great Midwest Conference men's basketball tournament in 1995.
In March 2010, the arena hosted the first and second-round games in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, for the fifth time since 1992.
The arena has played host for several WWE events, such as The Main Event on February 3, 1989, No Way Out 2002, Taboo Tuesday 2004, Elimination Chamber 2012 and the debut of WWE NXT on February 2, 2010. The venue also hosted the September 2, 2002 edition of Monday Night Raw which saw the creation of the World Heavyweight Championship, one of the organizations two major championships.
Early auditions for the tenth season of American Idol were held at the arena on July 21, 2010.
The arena hosted Taylor Swift's Speak Now World Tour on June 8, 2011. During which, the event was broadcast on national television during the 2011 CMT Music Awards when Swift accepted the award for Video of the Year via satellite. She did not attend the awards ceremony in order to perform the concert.
The BMO Harris Bradley Center also played host to the first UFC event in Wisconsin. Hosting UFC Live: Hardy vs. Lytle on August 14, 2011.