Monday, March 25, 2013
Target Field is located at 1 Twins Way in Downtown Minneapolis, which is on 3rd Avenue North, between 5th Street North and 7th Street North, in the Warehouse District.
Ground broke on the new Target Field on August 30, 2007, and anticipation has been growing ever since! There was hope at one point to have a retractable roof, but because of the cost, this was unable to happen, as it would have cost around $100 million extra to the already large cost of the stadium. However, Twins ownership did decide to upgrade to have a full roof canopy soffit to help protect the fans from the elements of possible cold/snow/rain that is quite possible during the early and late games of the season. The Target Field seating chart holds 40,000 Twins fans, which is considerably less than the former Twins home, HHH Metrodome, which could hold more than 55,000.
Everyone at Ticket King Minneapolis is a huge Timberwolves fan because we are so close to the Target Center. So we decided to compile some information for you to note. The Minnesota Timberwolves, a professional basketball team based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, compete in the Northwest Division of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Minnesota Timberwolves franchise started in 1989, and was the first professional basketball team to return to the Twin Cities since the Minnesota Lakers left the area for Los Angeles in 1960. The Timberwolves came out of an NBA expansion that added four new teams into the league.
The Timberwolves look consists of Blue, Black, Green, Silver and White. The Minnesota Timberwolves jerseys are always changing and evolving though in several past seasons, the Timberwolves looks has become a fiercer more intimidating look. With a constantly evolving roster and a growing fan base, the Minnesota Timberwolves are the professional sports team to watch in the Twin Cities.
The Minnesota Timberwolves call the Target Center in downtown Minneapolis their home. Check out the Target Center schedule for Timberwolves games and other Target Center events! Buy your Minnesota Timberwolves Tickets today and be there as the T-wolves claw their way to the top! Go Wolves!
Thursday, March 14, 2013
We at Ticket King like to make things easy for you, that's why our Timberwolves tickets are super cheap for the whole month of March! Make a trip out to the Target Center in Minneapolis and cheer on the Wolves, we all know they need as much fan support as they can get! Visit Ticketkingonline.com and see our selection of Timberwolves tickets for Minneapolis. We'd love to see you at the game!
Thursday, March 7, 2013
I'm sure some of you were at the Timberwolves Heat game last week in Minneapolis. The Minnesota Timberwolves lost 97-81 to the Miami Heat last Monday night. We're not too happy about the loss, but this is the Heat's straight 15th win in a row, so we must congratulate them! Dwyane Wade had 32 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds, and LeBron James shrugged off a sore left knee to score 20 points and grab 10 rebounds.
Did you miss the game? Never fear, we have tickets to the rest of the season! Buy Timberwolves tickets and do not miss out again!
Vikings fans, did you hear? There will be a Vikings Steelers Game in London. The NFL announced Tuesday a second London game during the 2013 season, hosted by the Minnesota Vikings. The game will be played Sept. 29, 2013 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Worried about the time difference? Some consideration has been given to playing the games earlier than 6 p.m. local time (1 p.m. ET) to provide a television tripleheader beginning at, say, 10:30 a.m. in the eastern time zone.
We know it's not in Mpls, but it's still the Vikings! The Wembley National Stadium's address is Wembley, London HA9 0WS, United Kingdom. The 90,000-capacity venue (105,000 combined seating and standing) is the second largest stadium in Europe, and serves as England's national stadium. The stadium is also an annual regular season venue for the American National Football League's International Series, the first such venue outside North America. So, go Vikings!