U.S. Bank Stadium, home to the Minnesota Vikings
Winterfest 2020, the Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild’s most elevated beer festival. January 17th from 7pm - 10pm at the Polaris Club of US Bank Stadium. General admission is $80 per ticket, for more information go to mncraftbrew.org.
This is the first downtown Minneapolis stop and also where you can choose to ride the Green Line into St Paul or the Blue Line into Bloomington for the airport or MOA. Plenty of room to wait in comfort for whatever train you need. Usually it's very clean and well maintained.
Vikings, concerts, food and a great place for pictures. Like I previously mentioned, go there for lunch and eat at one of the many food trucks that line up around the stadium's park.
There is so much going on at our new stadium. Not only is it where the Vikings play but you can see everything from music to monster trucks in this stadium at one point in the year!
Point of Interest
“Target Center is across the street from First Avenue, the birthplace of many of the great musicians from Minnesota; including Prince, Jimmy Jam, Shiela E, Morris Davis; Janet Jackson came here to capture the sound she made famous with Terrie Lewis and Jimmy Jam.”
“Minnesota Twins baseball. If you like good baseball - sit on the third baseline and see the city of Minneapolis framed by this fantastic outdoor stadium.”
“Xcel Energy Center, NCHC Frozen Faceoff: March 22-23 The National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) Frozen Faceoff returns to Saint Paul’s Xcel Energy Center, March 22-23. Hockey fans won't want to miss this action-packed championship tournament and fan fest. ”
“Park behind the Guthrie (bring quarters or a Credit Card), go into the building and walk out on the walkway that hangs out over the road; see the river from above. Go to the next floor and look out at the city and see the US Stadium from above: FREE!!!”