Fleetwood Mac fans in the Twin Cities are in for a unique treat this fall, as the band behind countless classic rock hits will launch its highly anticipated On with the Show 2014 Tour from Minneapolis' Target Center on Sept. 30. The upcoming venture will mark the first full-fledged tour featuring longtime member Christine McVie since 1998, once again pulling together the lineup that forged classic albums like "Rumours" and "Tusk." Be on hand at this Tuesday night concert to hear your favorite Fleetwood Mac songs come alive in this massive indoor arena.
Target Center Seating Information
During the Fleetwood Mac Minneapolis concert, the band will be on stage at the end of the arena near the Lower Level's Sections 118-124. Two sections of Floor Level seating will extend along the length of the Target Center. The majority of the available seats will be scattered throughout the Lower and Upper Levels, which provide tiered rows of stadium seats. A few sections in these elevated levels will be open behind the stage, providing a limited view of the concert.
Target Center General Information
The security team at the Target Center will not allow you to pass through the gates if you have any of the following items: backpacks, oversized bags, laptops, and audio and video recorders. No food and drink purchased outside the Target Center will be permitted inside, but concessions will be open during the Fleetwood Mac shows. Re-entry is also prohibited, and flash photography will not be allowed during the performance.
Target Center Parking Information
Several parking garages near the Target Center are connected by numerous connected skyways, but there are also many other lots and ramps that are within walking distance of the arena. If you prefer not to park, you can use the city's bus or light rail system. Alternatively, this bike-friendly city features many bicycle racks near the arena that can be used by fans attending the Fleetwood Mac Target Center show.
Target Center Gate Times
Doors to the Target Center may open anywhere between an hour and 90 minutes before the expected start time of 8 p.m. CST.