Baseball is back, Downtown Minneapolis is proudly open for business, and the Minnesota Twins are thrilled to safely welcome our fans into Target Field for the 2021 season!
With the changes to state health and safety guidelines announced on May 6, the Twins are taking a measured, responsible approach toward a multi-phased ramp up to full capacity at Target Field. In step one of this process, we will operate at an increased capacity for home games between May 14 and May 30.
The Twins, working closely with our public and private partners, are focused on welcoming our guests, players and staff to a safe game day experience at Target Field.
Please see below for more information regarding Downtown Minneapolis; getting to and from the ballpark; and enhanced health and safety policies and procedures that adhere to the current requirements and guidelines established by Major League Baseball (MLB), the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and the Minneapolis Health Department (MHD).
Minneapolis is proudly open for business. The Minnesota Twins, together with our city, community and law enforcement partners, are working to deliver a safe, secure and welcoming environment in Downtown Minneapolis and at Target Field throughout the 2021 season.
The Minnesota Twins know that game day means more than the action on the field; it is the entire driveway-to-driveway experience. The Twins and our partners are dedicated to giving our fans a safe, quality baseball experience.
The Twins have implemented technology enhancements, gate modifications, and health and safety measures in accordance with CDC, MDH and MHD guidelines to provide for an expedited, contactless entry into Target Field.
To make the Target Field experience as clean, safe and enjoyable as possible for every guest that comes through our gates, the Twins have examined every aspect of the fan journey and, in collaboration with MLB, public health officials and our science partners at 3M, developed corresponding policies that meet current state guidelines.