Skyline Music Festival Target Field Ticket Information
Though Target Field spends most of its time as home to the Minnesota Twins, some of the country's biggest musicians travel to this stadium yearly to perform amazing concerts under the bright lights. As you prepare for 2014 Skyline Music Festival feat. Melissa Etheridge and OAR on August 09, take time to read through these details about concerts at Target Field.
Target Field Seating Information
As Target Field does not normally host concerts, the layout for each artist's stadium tour can vary greatly. Typically, though, the stage will be set up in the outfield, with sections of field seating that run from the stage to the infield. On occasion, the artist will offer a general admission pit near the stage. As for the normal stadium seats, the venue may opt to open any of the following sections facing the stage: 100-level (101-127), Legends Club level (A-V), 200-level (201-228), or 300-level (301-327).
Certain festivals may offer a different circular layout that opens seating to all sections in the stadium, but not offering any type of field seating. Double check the layout for 2014 Skyline Music Festival feat. Melissa Etheridge and OAR on the Target Field seating chart on this page to discern which configuration is being used.
Target Field General Information
Target Field usually allows small bags, cameras, stadium cushions, and sealed bottled water (smaller than 32 oz.) inside the venue. Coolers, beach balls, lawn chairs, and any noise-making devices are prohibited.
Target Field Parking Information
There are a handful of ramps located next to Target Field that may provide parking during the concert. Downtown Minneapolis also houses several pay-to-park garages, and the stadium is accessible via the city's public transportation system.
Target Field Gate Times
Normally, gates at Target Field open one or two hours before the concert begins, but times vary for each performance.
Target Field Accessibility
The staff at Target Field is highly amenable to any special needs. The stadium offers drop-off zones, elevators, accessible parking, concession stands, restrooms, and seating. Learn more about the services offered by this stadium by speaking directly with a venue representative.