Home of Super Bowl 52, U.S. Bank Stadium opened on July 22, 2016, and boasts quite a few upgrades from the Metrodome that once stood in its spot. Almost double the square footage, increased seating capacity, and an indoor-outdoor experience due to the state-of-the-art, partly transparent, and largest in the country ETFE roof that allows light in while ensuring weather stays out all contribute to the unique viewing experience. The LED lighting is also the first of its kind in a new NFL stadium and provides the ability to switch more quickly between colors and intensities, allowing for enhanced entertainment and performances. You can also find 131 suites, six club areas, and plenty of local food and drink options to complete the stadium experience.
Oh, and did we mention it’s located in the heart of downtown? Just minutes from the most popular bars and restaurants, the lightrail, buses and other transit, and positioned beautifully against the downtown skyline, U.S. Bank Stadium is a gem right in the middle of the action of the city.