EAGAN, MN – Viking Lakes announced today the inaugural Summer SKOLstice at TCO Stadium on June 20-22, 2019. The 3-day midsummer festival will incorporate music, food and art with Nordic flair and feature performances by local, national and international acts produced by industry veterans 262 Five, Ltd.
Viking Lakes and 262 Five, Ltd. have curated a musical line-up that crosses genres and transcends generations. With something for everyone, Summer SKOLstice is sure to become an annual tradition for the entire family to kick-off summer. Daily schedule includes:
- Summer SKOLstice kicks off on Thursday, June 20 with Rick Springfield Presents Best in Show with Eddie Money & Tommy Tutone and opening act The Family Stone.
- Friday, June 21 celebrates a power ticket of female performers including Elle King, Joss Stone and Sheila E.
- Saturday, June 22 will feature R&B and Soul performances by St. Paul and the Broken Bones, Judith Hill and the Minneapolis Funk All-Stars.
In addition, fans will have the opportunity to experience live art activations and an elevated food and beverage experience at TCO Stadium.
“TCO Stadium at Viking Lakes was built to host events for the Twin Cities community and the entire state of Minnesota. We look forward to hosting fans and showcasing our vision for Viking Lakes”, said Kyle Chank, General Manager of Viking Lakes. “At Viking Lakes, we are building a vibrant place to live, work and play. Summer SKOLstice is the first of many large-scale events that will be activated on our property.”
Tickets for Summer SKOLstice start at $45 for General Admission. Purple & Gold VIP packages are available for $100 per person and include early access to the stadium, reserved viewing area on the floor, private restrooms, exclusive food and beverage areas, and commemorative gift. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 10 at 10 a.m. C.T. on TicketMaster.
Full event information can be found at http://www.summerskolstice.com/. Download high resolution images here.
GM, Viking Lakes
About Viking Lakes
Located in Eagan, MN, Viking Lakes is a multi-use development and home to Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center, the Minnesota Vikings World Headquarters and Vikings Museum. Future amenities include a 4-star hotel, luxury apartments, and state of the art entertainment facilities. At the heart of the property sits TCO Stadium, a new 6,000-seat multipurpose stadium which will host a variety of community events. Follow Viking Lakes on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.