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573 BAR & LOUNGE

200 RECEPTION | 75 CLASSROOM | 150 THEATER | 80 BANQUET

An intimate space honoring baseball Hall of Famer and hitting legend Harmon Killebrew adorned with memorabilia commemorating his greatest moments. As the smallest of three separate venues housed in the Delta Sky360 Club, 573 makes the perfect addition to events hosted in the adjacent atriums but can also be rented on its own. 573 is an architectural gem, rising as a two-story alcove on the Club Level with floor-to-ceiling windows facing the west side of Minneapolis.

VENUE PACKAGE RENTAL | $2,000

Catering Minimum  l  $2,500 

Catering provided exclusively by Delaware North Sportservice

  • Use of the space for eight hours*

  • Use of the space with the arrangement of game day furniture**

  • Three (42" X 42" x 29") dining tables with 12 chairs

  • Six (30" x 30" 42") high-top tables

  • Five (40" x 40" x 42") high-top tables

  • 42 barstools

  • Registration table and table linen with two chairs

  • Use of in-room sound system - compatible with iPod/MP3, CD player, or radio and (one) wireless handheld microphone+

  • Two Twins guest services/security staff 30 minutes prior, thru and 30 minutes following the event

  • Ballpark cleaning prior to and following the event with porter service

  • Target Field events coordinator on-site throughout the entirety of the event

*Additional hours available $175/hour 

**Alternate furniture available for additional charge

+Additional AV available for rental

VENUE FEATURES

  • Six zoned TV monitors for television broadcast, company logos and more!

  • In-room sound system

  • Built-in bar with seating for up to 10

  • Exterior deck facing with views of the Basilica

  • Floor to ceiling windows

THE STORY BEHIND THE NAME

Harmon Killebrew was a quiet man who spoke with his bat, spoke to it for 573 homeruns. The 13-time All-Star won the AL MVP in the Twins' 1969 championship season. He retired with more home runs than any right-handed batter in history.