When it comes to basketball in the Twin Cities, the world champion Minnesota Lynx have been getting all the love. But now, it seems the Timberwolves may be the new hot team. One game into the season, they are undefeated. And fan favorites like Ricky Rubio and Kevin Love are healthy. At the Target Center, ticket sales and energy are both up for Friday night’s game.
Looks like Minneapolis is the latest city to join the list of postponed concerts from Kanye West’s Yeezus Tour. According to a released statement from West’s publicist, a tour truck was in an accident, which caused damage to the staging.
A group leading the opposition to wolf hunting and trapping in Minnesota will have a special presence at Target Center when the Minnesota Timberwolves host the Orlando Magic in their home opener.
It’s been a dizzying summer for Flip Saunders. After being hired to return to the Minnesota Timberwolves as president of basketball operations, Saunders has been frantically reshaping the roster, meeting with the team’s business side and immersing himself in a job he’s never held before.
More open spaces, premium seating and even a new restaurant looking out over Target Field are just some of the planned improvements for the aging Target Center.
The latest new foods offering came Wednesday at the Target Center, where Chef Wayne Skjelstad previewed the new food offerings awaiting hungry Timberwolves fans this season.
Much has been publicized about the new Vikings stadium, but very little in regards to the Target Center. When lawmakers approved a new Vikings stadium last year, part of the deal allowed the City of Minneapolis to pay for Target Center renovations. But while stadium plans move forward, Target Center remains quiet. Last year, when lawmakers approved a $975 million Vikings stadium, they also approved $100 million in Target Center renovations.
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The Vikings are doing their best to help bring a championship to Minnesota any way they can. The struggling football team has purchased 500 Lynx tickets for Game 1 of the Western Conference finals against Phoenix on Thursday night.
Do you believe in life after love? Cher must, because she’s coming back to Minneapolis even after her “Farewell Tour” took three pit stops at Target Center roughly one decade ago.
Apparently “Starting from the Bottom” has pushed Drake a bit behind schedule, as an “intense rehearsal” agenda has the hip-hop superstar postponing his Oct. 5 gig at the Target Center to Sunday, Dec. 8. His team also cites “technical production requirements” as an issue for the delay. A handful of other concerts across the nation have been pushed back, too, as part of his 39-city “Would You Like A Tour” arena tour.
The two headliners from the hip-hop “super-duet” LP “Watch the Throne” will be performing live in concert in the Twin Cities this fall in two separate concerts.
The Minnesota Timberwolves will open the regular season at home for the 13th straight year. But they will not play San Antonio in Minnesota next season. The Wolves announced their schedule on Tuesday.