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TwinsFest 2014 moves to Target Field from January 24-26

First-ever "TwinsFest at Target Field" will feature all new fan experiences

The Minnesota Twins, in conjunction with the Twins Community Fund, today announced that they will host "TwinsFest at Target Field," a first-of-its-kind event in 2014. The annual festival, which runs from January 24 through January 26, will feature all new fan experiences that accentuate Target Field, while continuing the popular player autograph and photo sessions.

"We're excited to bring TwinsFest home to Target Field," said Twins President Dave St. Peter. "Hosting this at our ballpark gives us a chance to reinvent this great event, providing creative new experiences for our fans in a smaller, more intimate setting. And perhaps most importantly, the event again promises to raise significant proceeds for the Twins Community Fund and its many worthwhile programs."
As in years past, more than 60 current, former and future Twins players are expected to appear throughout the course of the weekend. Ticket prices and additional details will be announced at a later date.
Since its creation in 1989, TwinsFest has become a staple of the Minnesota sports scene. While the H.H.H. Metrodome has been the primary venue for TwinsFest, the event has also been hosted at Mall of America and the National Sports Center.

TwinsFest, one of the largest team-run fan festivals in professional sports, is the largest annual fundraiser for the Minnesota Twins Community Fund. Over the past 25 years TwinsFest has raised more than $4.2 million for programs and organizations supported by the Twins Community Fund.
About the Twins Community Fund Established as a nonprofit organization in 1991, the mission of the Twins Community Fund is to enrich local and regional communities by providing resources for the healthy development of children and families through and association with baseball, softball and the Minnesota Twins. The Twins Community Fund is governed by a board of directors representative of the Upper Midwest. Target, Treasure Island Resort & Casino, Best Buy, U.S. Bank and Delta Air Lines are Cornerstone Partners; contributing annually to the Twins Community Fund. For more information or to make a contribution, visit

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