Minneapolis Convention Center
Minneapolis convention and visitors officials say 2014 was the city’s most successful year ever. Hotel bookings, future hotel bookings for the Super Bowl and Final Four, sponsorships and record revenue at the Minneapolis Convention Center all helped to make this one big year for the state’s biggest city.
A little patch of summer has popped up in snowy Minneapolis — the Boat Show is at the Convention Center. It’s a chance to check out the latest watercraft, engines, electronics and gear.
Even though it is the middle of winter, boaters have a reason to celebrate this weekend. The Minneapolis Boat Show is back with hundreds of boats and a few surprises.
Whether you’re newly engaged or just about ready to walk down the aisle, the Wedding Fair has some great ideas for planning the big day. DJs, photographers, caterers and florists will all be at the Minneapolis Convention Center Sunday.
Remodeling your home or thinking about doing it? Head out to the Midwest Home Show at the Convention Center Saturday and Sunday. This year, you can find some great deals at the new Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore.
Diabetes is a disease that affects millions of people.
And this weekend, at the American Diabetes Expo, you can learn from experts how to live a healthy, full life.
A Minnesota company is making a world debut for its newest vehicle. Polaris has a new spin on the motorcycle and it’s probably unlike anything you’ve seen before. It’s called the Slingshot and it’s on debut at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
The next few days in Minneapolis are called “The Best Days of Summer.” And this year they are even better as the city celebrates 75 years of their Aquatennial celebration. The 75th annual Minneapolis Aquatennial kicks off Friday, July 18.
The Twin Cities are seeing another benefit from hosting the 2014 All-Star Game. Major League Baseball and the Minnesota Twins are funding a program that provides free eye exams to people who can’t afford to see a doctor.
Some are tucked away, others, out front, all working to roll out the welcome mat to baseball fans this week. “It’s just bringing our Minnesota Nice and spreading it to people who are here for the All Star Game,” Tara Olson Medina, of Spong, said.
The 85th annual All-Star Game is still a few days away, but already fans are flocking to the Minneapolis Convention Center to take in the sights and sounds of baseball. Twins spokesman Kevin Smith says there will be a chance for everyone to get into the spirit of the game, with a parade on Tuesday. And at Target Station, behind the field, they will be showing both the Home Run Derby on Monday and the game on Tuesday.
Baseball fans don’t have to wait for Tuesday’s All-Star game to celebrate the All-Star break. The All-Star FanFest kicked off Friday at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Thousands are expected to attend the five-day event that celebrates everything baseball.
Baseball fans hoping to be overwhelmed by memorabilia headed to the MLB All-Star Game FanFest, which opened Friday morning at the Minneapolis Convention Center. The doors opened at 9 a.m. The first day’s focus is on kids, with the first thousand kids through the door getting a free T.C. Bear bobblehead.
Major League Baseball’s All Star game at Target Field is just five days away. But Friday, Fan Fest opens at the Minneapolis Convention Center – and the first day is dedicated to kids! Doors open at 9 a.m. with the first thousand kids through the door getting a free T.C. Bear bobblehead.
The Twin Cities is gearing up to handle more tourists that normal this summer. One week from Monday, Target Field will host the Home Run Derby, just one of the big events surrounding the Major League All-Star Game that is expected to attract large crowds. But tens of thousands of tourists have already been here for weeks as part of a steady stream of events.