U.S. Bank Stadium is a fixed-roof stadium in the Downtown East section of Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, on the site of the demolished Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. U.S. Bank Stadium serves as the home of the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League (NFL). The Vikings played at the Metrodome from 1982 until its closure in 2013 and before that at Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington, Minnesota from 1961 to 1981. During the 2014 and 2015 seasons, the Vikings played at TCF Bank Stadium on the campus of the University of Minnesota while the new stadium was being built. On June 17, 2016, U.S. Bank Stadium was deemed substantially complete by contractor Mortenson Construction. Authority to use and occupy the stadium was handed over to the Vikings and the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority. The stadium was substantially completed six weeks before the ribbon-cutting ceremony, which will be held on July 22, 2016. The Vikings are scheduled to play the first regular season game at U.S. Bank Stadium on September 18, 2016, against the Green Bay Packers on NBC Sunday Night Football.It is the first fixed roof stadium built in the NFL since Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions, opened in 2002. As of March 2015, the overall budget was estimated to be 1.061 billion, of which 348 million is coming from the state of Minnesota, 150 million from the city of Minneapolis, and 551 million coming from the team and private contributions. U.S. Bank Stadium is scheduled to host Super Bowl LII on February 4, 2018, and the 2019 NCAA Final Four. On June 15, 2015, the Vikings announced that U.S. Bank had acquired the naming rights to the stadium. The naming deal is worth $220 million over 25 years.
The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome (commonly called the Metrodome) was a domed sports stadium located in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. It opened in 1982 as a replacement for Metropolitan Stadium, the former home of the National Football League's (NFL) Minnesota Vikings and Major League Baseball's (MLB) Minnesota Twins, and Memorial Stadium, the former home of the Minnesota Golden Gophers football and baseball teams.The Metrodome was the home of the Vikings from 1982 to 2013, the Twins from 1982 to 2009, the National Basketball Association's (NBA) Minnesota Timberwolves in their 1989–90 inaugural season, the Golden Gophers football team until 2008 and the Golden Gophers baseball team from 2004 to 2012. It was also the home of the Minnesota Strikers of the North American Soccer League in 1984. On January 18, 2014, the Metrodome roof was deflated, signaling the beginning of demolition work. The Vikings played at the University of Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium for the 2014 and 2015 NFL seasons, ahead of the planned opening of U.S. Bank Stadium in 2016.
Finally, a unique place to play ping pong, enjoy a beer or cocktail, hang out with friends, and host a party. A place classy enough to bring a date and friendly enough to bring your mom!
We all have a ping pong story to tell (Where was your ping pong table as a kid - garage or basement?). At Hop21, come write some new stories. It's good clean fun. With drinks.
North Loop's Premier Hot Yoga and Indoor Cycling Classes. Boutique studio with the best teachers, signature classes and facilities. Our indoor cycling and hot yoga classes give you a safe, challenging full body workout in a fun, supportive environment. Each bike has a sweat towel, we rent cycle shoes and get you set up on your bike and our yoga studio is heated by radiant heat panels and we rent yogitoes and manduka mats for the best experience possible. Your mind will clear, your body will change and so will your life. Join the community. Empower your life. Live your dharma.
If you've ever cruised the produce aisle and had to resist the urge to start flinging peas and carrots at fellow shoppers, get the potatoes out of your ears and listen up. Your fantasy food fight dreams are about to come true.
With roots in Spain that have spread from Costa Rica to China, this epic tomato toss is coming to Downtown Minneapolis on July 13th 2013, and we've got your way into the slimy, pulpy party. Strap on some goggles, warm up your good arm, and get ready to get messy.
Amazing Food Trucks will be plentiful, as will the beer, bloody mary's, and lots of mixed drinks. DJs will be pumping tunes as you get in the thick of it for two hours straight. Musical performers include Absolute Gruv, The Blend, Tim Sigler Band, Gemini Club, DJM Entertainment, and DJ Zeke Thomas. So join your likeminded tomato-smashing Midwesterners for a day you won't forget.
Minneapolis Auditorium was an indoor arena in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It hosted the NBA's Minneapolis Lakers from 1947 until they moved to the Minneapolis Armory in 1959. The arena held 10,000 people and was built in 1927. The building fell into obscurity after the opening of the Met Center in suburban Bloomington. It was demolished in 1989 to make way for the Minneapolis Convention Center.
The Active Lifestyle ShowDistance: 0.9 miCompetitive Analysis Minneapolis Convention Center 1301 2nd Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55403 Minneapolis, MN 55403 (612) 209-4593
The Active Lifestyle Show will provide consumers with a unique experience offering a sampling of different activities and products as well as offering the opportunity to meet with the companies and experts that can help them achieve their active lifestyle motivations. The Active Lifestyle Show will be like no other with live demonstrations, special guests, interactive displays and more.
Categories of the show include: Biking, Running, Fitness, Cooking, Organic Foods, Adventure Travel, Hiking, Marathons/Triathlons, Skiing, Sailing, Hunting, Fishing, Camping, Backpacking, Rock Climbing, Skydiving, Bungee Jumping, paintballing, and other activities for the adventurous lifestyle! Plus it will be the place to learn about the newest activity trends such as Zumba, Pickle Ball, Crossfit, etc.
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Delta Sky360 Legends Club - Target Field Distance: 0.0 miCompetitive Analysis 351-413 5th Ave N Minneapolis, MN 55401
One of three separate venues in the Legends Club, the Puckett Atrium has wonderful views of the playing field and video board, while its layout makes it perfect for receptions and dinner parties. Named for Twins Legend, Kirby Puckett, the atrium is filled with unique memorabilia donated by the Kirby's family.