BRD4, which is a member of the BET (bromodomains and extraterminal) protein family, interacts preferentially with acetylated chromatin and possesses multiple cellular functions in meiosis, embryonic development, the cell cycle, and transcription. BRD4 and its family members contain two bromodomains known to bind acetylated lysine, and a conserved ET domain whose function is unclear. Here we show the solution structure of the ET domain of mouse BRD4, which provides the first three-dimensional structure of an ET domain in the BET family. We determined the NMR structure of BRD4-ET with a root-mean-square deviation of 0.41 Å for the backbone atoms in the structured region of residues 608–676 on the basis of 1793 upper distance limits derived from NOE intensities measured in three-dimensional NOESY spectra. The structure of the BRD4-ET domain comprises three α-helices and a characteristic loop region of an irregular but well-defined structure. A DALI search revealed no close structural homologs in the current Protein Data Bank. The BRD4-ET structure has an acidic patch that forms a continuous ridge with a hydrophobic cleft, which may interact with other proteins and/or DNA.