The Vikings are giving virtual tours of the new stadium in an effort to sell seat licenses to the public.
The Metrodome is now just an active deconstruction site. The dome deflated on Saturday morning, and pieces are being quickly disassembled to make way for the new Vikings stadium.
They’re the seats that meant so much, for so many years. Monday, season ticket holders had to wait a little longer to call them their own.
Bolt by bolt, each chair is being removed from the Metrodome. So far, more than 3,000 seats have been sold to individuals, with more than 900 purchased by nonprofits.
Work started today at 7am on removing the seats at the Metrodome.
After years of controversy and public debate, Tuesday marks the beginning of the end for the Metrodome. State officials and the Minnesota Vikings will break ground for a new NFL football stadium.
In the Minnesota Vikings’ new 65,000 seat NFL stadium, the club will charge 48,000 fans a one-time personal seat license fee even before they’re allowed to buy a season ticket. Fans may have sticker shock at the price tag, but PSLs are not uncommon.
The No Shoes Nation Tour at Target Field opens the gates at 4 p.m. and the music starts at 5 p.m. BUZ’N 102.9’s Paul Koffy knows this is the hottest ticket in town – that and giving away front-row seats is fun, too.
Megabus is offering free rides to those looking to get away after the holidays.
There’s good news for the 81,000 fans on the waiting list for Green Bay Packers season tickets.
Gov. Mark Dayton has called special elections for two open Minnesota Senate seats long represented by Democrats — one in Brooklyn Park, the other in Minneapolis.
The NFL is doing it’s damnedest to make the controversy over unsafe-seats at the Super Bowl go away. Time has an article that details the problems, including pictures. We’ve got the link.
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