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The annual Midsummer Classic has been a fan favorite for decades, and in 2014, the AL Central's Minnesota Twins will serve as host for the MLB All-Star Game for the first time in 29 years. Set for July 15 at the state-of-the-art Target Field in Minneapolis, be on hand to watch baseball's biggest and brightest stars compete for the American and National Leagues in the hopes of earning coveted home-field advantage for the 2014 World Series.
Target Field Seating Information
There is not expected to be any drastic re-configuration of Target Field for the All-Star Game, though should there be any changes implemented, they will be evident on the seating chart found on this page. The Dugout Box spans Sections 1-17 and as the name implies, represents the areas in closest proximity to the team dugouts. From there, the next areas include the Diamond Box (Sections 105-123), Field Box (101-104, 124-127), Legends Club (A-V), Home Plate Terrace (201-228), and Skyline View (301-327).
The outfield is comprised mostly of Bleacher seating with some Terrace and Pavilion sections mixed in as well. There may be some standing room only availability for the All-Star Game, which will be properly noted as such in the respective listing.
Target Field General Information
In the case of a special event like the MLB All-Star Game, Target Field rules may differ from what is usually in place for standard Minnesota Twins games. As such, please be prepared for heightened security measures and stricter policies regarding what can and cannot be brought inside for the game. Generally, prohibited items include outside food and drink, coolers, large bags, noisemakers, bats, and Frisbees. Additionally, electronic cigarettes are not permitted, in addition to the standard no smoking policy applicable throughout the entire stadium. Re-entry is strictly prohibited.
Target Field Parking Information
Those wishing to drive to Target Field for the All-Star Game will find that an abundant amount of parking is available around the stadium in downtown Minneapolis, including adjacent space for roughly 7,000 at nearby ABC and Hawthorne ramps, as well as more than 20,000 in outside public lots. Guests are encouraged to arrive early to ensure a spot.
Outside of driving, there are several other modes of transportation available, including Metro Transit (bus), METRO Blue Line (light rail), Northstar Commuter Rail, Southwest Transit, Cedar Lake Trail (biking), and even a skyway which can be accessed through downtown.
Target Field Gate Times
Target Field typically opens 90 minutes prior to the start of an event, but that is subject to change without notice.