Additional U.S. Bank Stadium Info
Ticket King MN, is your best source for tickets to U.S. Bank Stadium events. Purchase your Vikings tickets for all home games today. For upcoming concerts at U.S. Bank Stadium, check the special event listing on this page. Some of the biggest name acts are coming to Minneapolis, and U.S. Bank Stadium is the largest enclosed venue for concerts and special events in the state of Minnesota.
How To Order U.S. Bank Stadium Tickets
On this page, U.S. Bank Stadium events are listed by date. Once you find the event you want to attend, click the "Buy Tickets" button to see all ticket options available. Tickets will be automatically sorted by price. You can click the filters tab to sort U.S. Bank tickets by price, section, ticket quantity, or featured tickets which offer the best options at the top of the page. Once you find the tickets you want to purchase, click the price button to begin secure checkout. For returning customers, enter your email and password to log in. Once your order is complete, you will receive an order confirmation via email. Your digital tickets will arrive on your mobile device soon after.
U.S. Bank Stadium Seating Charts For Events
With every event listing, you can view the matching seating chart once you click the buy tickets button. For Vikings games, all eligible sections of the stadium will feature ticket options that are available for that specific game. Our ticket inventory is constantly changing so if you find tickets in a price and location that you desire, it's best not to wait too long to make your purchase. Hover your mouse over a section to see exactly how many tickets in that specific section are available at that time. By clicking on a specific section, all your ticket options will populate on the right-hand side of this page.
U.S. Bank Stadium Layout By Level
The level closest to the field at U.S. Bank Stadium has sections numbered 101 through 143. On that same level, there are five sections on the visitor side numbered V1 through V5. Those sections are also called the Hyundai Club sections. On the Vikings side of the field, there are ten club seating sections on this same level. Sections F1 through F5 are Delta Sky Club sections, located directly behind the Minnesota Vikings bench. Directly behind the Delta Sky Club sections is seating numbered V6 through V10. Those are also called the Medtronic Club seats. You will also find club sections in U.S. Bank Stadium labeled BMW and FMP.
In the 200 level of the stadium, the lowest section number is labeled 201. Section 201 is in an area directly above the northwest corner of the end zone. Sections 201 through 221 can be found on the visitor's side of the field, with section 220 lining up in the northeast corner. End zone seats in the 200 level are numbered 222, 223, and 224. Section 224 is directly behind the east goalpost. On the Vikings side of the field, the 200-level sections are numbered 225 through 242. Section 225 is right next to one of the stadium's high-definition video boards. Section 242 is a corner-end zone section. The uppermost level of U.S. Bank Stadium has sections numbered 301 through 349.
U.S. Bank Carry-In Policy 2023
It's best to check with the venue's website for the latest information on what you can carry into U.S. Bank Stadium. As of 2023, small handbags under 4.5 X 6.5 inches are allowed. For easy entry with a bag that fits the size rules, consider using one that's clear. Medical bags are allowed, but they may be inspected at the gates. Do not bring cameras, video equipment, laser pointers, strollers, or hand-held lights of any type. Laptops and computer equipment are not allowed. For a full list of prohibited items, it's best to check with the venue directly.
U.S. Bank Construction and Early Event History
Spanning just over two and a half years, the construction and completion of U.S. Bank Stadium surpassed all expectations. While it may seem insignificant, builders completed the job six weeks ahead of schedule. It took just under three million work hours to complete the construction. During building, the site became a beacon of opportunity, generating over 8,000 construction jobs. At its peak, approximately 1,500 skilled workers converged on-site daily, bringing this architectural NFL sports and entertainment marvel to life.
U.S. Bank Stadium opened on July 22, 2016, featuring a two-day public open house that drew just under 200,000 curious fans who walked through the gates. The inaugural sporting event soon followed on August 3, 2016. That event was not a Vikings game. It was the thrilling 2016 International Champions Cup clash between A.C. Milan and Chelsea. Music then took center stage, with a sold-out Luke Bryan concert on August 19, 2016. Just four days later, that show was followed by an exhilarating (and sold-out) Metallica performance on August 20. Since that time Billy Joel, Stevie Nicks, Kenny Chesney, George Strait, and the Rolling Stones all played to sold-out audiences at U.S. Bank Stadium.
NFL sports history was etched into the stadium's foundation as the Minnesota Vikings secured their very first victory within their new home. The final score of the Vikings first game was 23-10, and it came against the Chargers on August 28, 2016. It would only be fitting that the Vikings clinched their inaugural regular-season win on September 18, 2016, defeating the Green Bay Packers with a riveting 17-14 final score.
In 2017, U.S. Bank Stadium was the perfect venue for ESPN's Summer X Games. It was such a success to have the X Games held there, that ESPN extended the annual event for another two years. The biggest annual event in football occurred at U.S. Bank Stadium on February 4, 2018, when the now iconic venue cemented its role as the epicenter for Super Bowl LII. The grandeur of the occasion drew a colossal gathering of 67,612 NFL football fans, and just shy of 6,000 esteemed credentialed media professionals. As the stadium is one of the more modern venues, it's already well known for superior waste management, energy conservation, and the most up-to-date heating and cooling options available. It's truly a modern and massive landmark in Minneapolis Minnesota.