The Harlem Globetrotters known for their one-of-a-kind family entertainment will bring their 2018 World Tour to the new Oshkosh Arena on Monday, January 1, 2018 at 1:00pm. to take on their long-time adversaries the Washington Generals.
Oshkosh Arena has selected Ticket Star as its official ticket vendor for all future events. Ticket Star is a ticketing company for “all things entertaining” including concerts, sporting events and the Milwaukee Bucks® new G League team, the Wisconsin Herd.
Oshkosh Arena announces its first job fair will take place on Wednesday, September 13th from 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM at the UW Oshkosh Alumni Welcome and Conference Center.
With the Wisconsin Herd‘s inaugural season just months away, construction of their new arena in Oshkosh is taking shape. Earlier this year, the Miilwaukee Bucks confirmed that they would place their upcoming NBA Gatorade League (G League) team in Oshkosh. A new arena is being constructed in the city, and is slated to open for the Herd’s debut for the 2017-18 G League season.
Concert-goers, event attendees and basketball fans will enjoy free parking at the new Oshkosh Arena, thanks to the sponsorship of Verve, a Credit Union. Announced at a news conference on Wednesday, the deal will extend free parking to all events at the arena from now through 2023. This marks the first major sponsorship announced for the new arena, which is scheduled to open in November.
The city of Oshkosh is getting state support on a project to rebuild road near the Milwaukee Bucks' incoming D-League arena on South Main Street. On Monday, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. pledged a $250,000 state grant to the city to help fund infrastructure improvements near the new arena, where the Wisconsin Herd, a new Bucks NBA Development League team, will play this fall. Read more >>
The Milwaukee Bucks’ new NBA Developmental League franchise set to begin play in Oshkosh for the 2017-18 season has been named the Wisconsin Herd. The Wisconsin Herd name reflects the Bucks brand while representing the Bucks as a statewide organization from the top down. Read more >>
The Milwaukee Bucks announced today the promotion of Deb Logan to Vice President of Corporate Partnerships for the franchise’s new NBA D-League affiliate in Oshkosh, Wis. In her new role, Logan will oversee all aspects of the new team’s corporate outreach, including growing the team’s corporate base and managing and activating the team’s partner accounts. Read the article >>
The Oshkosh Arena, future home of the Milwaukee Bucks NBA D-League team, broke ground on March 29th. The Oshkosh Arena is just the beginning of future development for the Sawdust District in Oshkosh, WI. Watch the groundbreaking video >>
Greg Pierce, president and CEO of Oshkosh-based Windward Wealth Strategies, led the successful effort to lure the Milwaukee Bucks D-League franchise to Oshkosh. Passionate about both sport and its economic development potential, he sat down with Insight Associate Editor Sean Johnson to discuss how basketball could help the city’s near-south side rebound economically. Read the article >>
Watch LIVE progress of the Oshkosh Arena anytime in this time-lapse construction video. Link >>
The Milwaukee Bucks have decided to call Oshkosh home to their G-League (formerly D-League or development league) team. Here are the highlights you missed from the press conference. Watch the press conference announcement video >>
From where Jason White sits, Oshkosh’s Sawdust District is still “a vision, not a plan,” but the Milwaukee Bucks’ decision in February to locate its Development League basketball team in Oshkosh certainly helps focus that vision and likely moves the Sawdust District concept closer to becoming an actual plan. Read the article >>