Winter Warm-Up Returning To U.S. Bank Next Month
What a fun way to embrace the holiday season in Minnesota! U.S. Bank Stadium is bringing back their popular 'Winter Warm-Up' event this year and it kicks off in just a few weeks. It's also a fun way to see the stadium without attending a concert or a football game.
The Winter Warm-Up is a program offering inline skating and indoor running at the famous venue. It happens throughout the month of December and into 2024. The event is open to people of all ages.
There are fourteen different dates to take part in, all of them taking place on a Tuesday or Thursday from 5. p.m. to 9 p.m. The season kicks off on Tuesday, December 5th and continues through Thursday, January 25th.
The event will take place on the stadium's main concourse or the upper concourse, depending on which sport you want to take part in. You do need to buy tickets for the event, which are available for purchase via Ticketmaster for $11.50 plus fees. You can only buy them online and not at the venue.
Here are a few other things to note:
- You have to enter through the skyway using the Stadium Parking Garage
- The venue is now entirely cashless so you have to make sure you have a debit or credit card handy.
- The inline skating and rollerskating takes place on the main concourse. Make sure to brush up on all of the rules and regulations prior to showing up.
- The indoor running event takes place on the upper concourse.
- You must complete a waiver and release form.
This is a super fun way to do some winter activities while keeping warm in the indoors! Plus, it is a pretty fun opportunity to see U.S. Bank Stadium in a new way. Who doesn't want to run along the upper concourse for fun?
On top of this fun event, there are also a ton of amazing concerts coming to U.S. Bank next year. The list includes Chris Stapleton, Kenny Chesney, Zach Bryan and even more country artists. 2024 is going to be a fun year!
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