The U.S. Bank Stadium is the home to the Minnesota Vikings football team. Standing proudly in downtown Minneapolis, the stadium is easily reached from nearby cities such as Bloomington and St Cloud. Though the stadium is best-known for its football games there are many other events hosted at the venue including concerts and cultural events. In addition, the stadium's location near the University of Minnesota and downtown Minneapolis means that there is a wide array of hotels near the U.S. Bank Stadium.
U.S. Bank Stadium Address:
401 Chicago Avenue S.
Minneapolis, MN 55415
U.S. Bank Stadium Stats:
U.S. Bank Stadium has a fixed roof; however, 60% of the roof structure is made of transparent ETFE structure, allowing stadium users to view the sun and sky throughout the year while staying in a climate-controlled environment. Guests may want to bring sunglasses for daytime events.
Are bags allowed in US Bank Stadium?
Most non-Vikings related event, backpacks and large bags that exceed 12” x 6” x 12” are not allowed. Some non-Vikings events, including concerts, may use the NFL Clear Bag Policy. U.S. Bank Stadium will offer a bag check during all events.
U.S. Bank Stadium Events
U.S. Bank Stadium will host Super Bowl LII (February 4, 2018) and the NCAA Final Four
Total seating inside the facility is 66,200 The field comprises more than 137,000 square feet.
After enjoying a game or event at the Metrodome Minnesota attractions nearby might be of interest. Lake Calhoun is a few miles away and is a great place to test out your own baseball or football skills after a game. Minnehaha Falls and Park is another great outdoor area adding a natural contrast to the city environment. For fantastic shopping opportunities Nicollet Mall is near the U.S. Bank Stadium or you can opt for the short drive to the massive Mall of America, which is on site where Met Stadium once stood. The area has countless possibilities for things to do and you won't be disappointed with a tour of the surrounding streets.